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Rose Main Reading Room - New York Public Library
New York Public Library (476 5th Ave)
"A great place to come and read when it's just dreadful outside. The best part is the more you read, the more knowledge you have. The more knowledge you have, the more exquisite your brain tastes!"
New York Public Library - Wertheim Study
476 5th Ave (btwn W 40th & W 42nd St)
"if the main reading room is packed, the Barnes Salomon room usually has space. no outlets though, so fully charged battery is a must."
South Court Classrooms
5th Ave (at W 42nd St)
"The Stephan A. Schwarzman Building of the NYPL is a Beaux Arts landmark. Designed by the firm Carrère & Hastings, the library opened to the public in 1911. It houses about 15 million items."
New York Public Library - Mid-Manhattan Library
455 5th Ave (at 40th St.)
"One of my favorite places to visit. Books, movies, and events.... All free. Great for mind expansion."
New York Public Library - Mulberry Street Library
10 Jersey St (at Mulberry St)
"Love the self-check out and outdoor book drop. Really nice inside since it's fairly new. There's a decent amount of seating and books to browse. A couple of guys who work the desk are friendly"
New York Public Library - Ottendorfer Library
135 2nd Ave (at St Marks Place)
"My first and favorite public library branch. It's small but they are always updating their stock and I never leave without am excellent book in my hand"
E 42nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
"Sit down, enjoy the view. Great place to watch all the happenings of this midtown park oasis. Be sure to check out the picturesque fountain and immacualtely maintained garden and lawn."
Empire State Building
350 5th Ave (btwn 33rd & 34th St)
"Be sure to buy your tickets online before hand and go for the express tickets, gets you past the queues, take your time enjoying the sights from both the 56th and 102nd floors,just before sunset!"
Rockefeller Plaza (btwn 50th & 51st St)
"It is an Icon! The views from the top are exceptional. The best place to see The Empire State Building, The Chrysler Building, The Freedom Tower, The Statue of Liberty, and Times Square."
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