world-class museums, 18,000 restaurants of all types and price ranges,
scores of Broadway theaters, and an unbelievable array of shopping. And
no other city has such a diversity of people and cultures. Where else
can you see Chinese dragon dancers, Caribbean stilt dancers, and Moroccan
belly dancers in the same day?
Marvel at the pulsating excitement of Times Square, where bustling crowds
are dwarfed by glittering neon.
A double-decker bus tour is a good way to get oriented. Click on tours
above to read more.
Wander through Grand Central Terminal at 42nd and Lexington, with its
ornate early urban architecture and cavernous grand concourse.
You will love a quiet carriage ride around Central Park, then watch wildlife
in their natural habitats recreated at the Central Park Wildlife Conservation
Center, at 64th and Fifth Avenue.
Tour Rockefeller Center, between 42nd and 57th Street and from 5th to
6th Avenue. Here you will find Radio City Music Hall and the NBC studios,
where you can watch the live broadcast of the Today Show from ground-floor
studios at Rockefeller Plaza. The building itself is one of the great
art deco masterpieces of the city.
Take an elevator to the top of the Empire State Building, once the tallest
but still with the most spectacular view in the world. Walk out on the
deck and see the city from above.
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