New York City
Times Square is one of New York City.

1. Times Square

9.0
Broadway & 7th Ave (btwn 42nd & 47th St), New York, NY
Plaza · Theater District · 2208 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: This area was originally named Longacre Square but was renamed in 1904 when the NY Times moved to the skyscraper now known as One Times Square at 42nd St., famous for the Times Square Ball drop.

Statue of Liberty is one of New York City.

2. Statue of Liberty

9.5
Liberty Island, New York, NY
Monument / Landmark · Liberty Island · 638 tips and reviews
Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of New York City.

3. Metropolitan Museum of Art

9.7
1000 5th Ave (btwn E 80th & E 84th St), New York, NY
Art Museum · Central Park · 1854 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Hanging out on the Met steps is a New York tradition, and billionaire David Koch has pledged "at least $10 million" to renovate the fountains outside the museum. Read more.

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is one of New York City.

4. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

9.5
11 W 53rd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Art Museum · Midtown East · 1850 tips and reviews

MoMAMoMA: Amazing views of the Sculpture Garden from Terrace 5, the fifth-floor café, a great spot to relax and get a something to eat or drink.

Central Park is one of New York City.

5. Central Park

9.8
59th St to 110th St (5th Ave to Central Park West), New York, NY
Park · Central Park · 1689 tips and reviews

TODAY ShowTODAY Show: Home to some of New York's most famous concerts. Diana Ross literally singing in the rain, Simon & Garfunkel, Garth Brooks and Dave Matthews Band have all played Central Park.

Rockefeller Center is one of New York City.

6. Rockefeller Center

9.4
Rockefeller Plaza (btwn W 49th & W 50th St), New York, NY
Plaza · Rockefeller Center · 813 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “In the bank at Rockefeller Plaza where he went to cash a check, the long-haired guard asked in a whisper if he could touch Mr. Zuckerman’s coat.” —Philip Roth, “Smart Money.” Read more.

Madison Square Garden is one of New York City.

7. Madison Square Garden

9.2
4 Penn Plz (btwn 7th & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Basketball Stadium · Chelsea · 949 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: Opened in 1968, it is the longest active major sporting facility in the Metropolitan area & is the 4th incarnation of the arena in the city. The Garden hosts approximately 320 events a year.

Chinatown is one of New York City.

8. Chinatown

New York, NY
Neighborhood · 216 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: A group of real-estate developers have commissioned a study to rethink Canal Street as they ratchet up a controversial effort to allow for taller buildings along Chinatown's main thoroughfare. Read more.

New York Stock Exchange is one of New York City.

9. New York Stock Exchange

8.6
11 Wall St (btwn Broadway & Broad St), New York, NY
Financial or Legal Service · Financial District · 113 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Executives dream of ringing the closing bell here, but it's a little more complicated than they might imagine. Which button do you press to conclude the trading day: green, orange, or red? Read more.

New York Penn Station (NYP) is one of New York City.

10. New York Penn Station (NYP)

6.2
1 Penn Plz (btwn W 31st & W 33rd St), New York, NY
Train Station · Chelsea · 1609 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The lost and found in this once glorious transit hub took in more than fifteen hundred umbrellas in 1947, according to a Talk of the Town story. Read more.

Grand Central Terminal is one of New York City.

11. Grand Central Terminal

9.3
87 E 42nd St (btwn Vanderbilt & Park Ave), New York, NY
Train Station · Midtown East · 1384 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: The 67 tracks are numbered according to their geographic location in the terminal building rather than the trains' destinations, because all of the trains terminate at Grand Central.

Yankee Stadium is one of New York City.

12. Yankee Stadium

9.2
1 E 161st St (btwn Jerome & Rivera Ave), Bronx, NY
Baseball Stadium · Concourse Village · 1119 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: The new stadium opened on April 2, 2009, when the Yankees hosted a workout day in front of fans from the Bronx community. The Yankees are the only team to inaugurate 2 stadiums with World Series wins.

Citi Field is one of New York City.

13. Citi Field

9.3
12301 Roosevelt Ave (at 126th St), Flushing, NY
Baseball Stadium · Flushing Meadows-Corona Park · 637 tips and reviews

ESPNESPN: While everyone makes a beeline for Shake Shack, outsmart the crowd and head to Box Frites. They’ll serve you faster than a Doc Gooden heater, and you’ll have a smorgasbord of dipping sauces. Amazin’!

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is one of New York City.

14. John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

7.1
JFK Expy (Van Wyck Expy), Queens, NY
Airport · Jamaica · 3173 tips and reviews

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LaGuardia Airport (LGA) is one of New York City.

15. LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

5.3
Grand Central Pkwy, East Elmhurst, NY
Airport · Laguardia Airport · 2450 tips and reviews

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Nintendo NY is one of New York City.

16. Nintendo NY

9.2
10 Rockefeller Plz (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Video Game Store · Rockefeller Center · 218 tips and reviews

CheatCodes.comCheatCodes.com: Go upstairs to see the classic collection of early Nintendo hand-held systems and accessories.

Apple Fifth Avenue is one of New York City.

17. Apple Fifth Avenue

9.2
767 Fifth Avenue (btwn E 58th & E 59th St), New York, NY
Electronics Store · Midtown East · 1229 tips and reviews

RackedRacked: The Apple Store flagship is underground, but you can't miss the 32-foot glass cube atop it. Open 24/365, so Mac fans can shop for computers, software and accessories forever. [Racked 38 Member] Read more.