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Feel Alive at These NYC Attractions: In the Heart of Midtown

Immerse yourself in the glittering grandeur of this bustling metropolis. Climb to the top of cloud-piercing skyscrapers and visit heart-pounding observation decks at the Empire State Building and the One World Trade Center. Wander through the colossal parks where New Yorkers like to play, and discover famous settings from a thousand movies. Check out the city's cool new linear park, which runs above the streets in a trendy, revitalized neighborhood.
 
Want a night you'll never forget? Grab tickets to a Knicks game or a world-tour concert at Madison Square Garden. Live the excitement and be part of the city where anything can happen.

Bryant Park in New York

Bryant Park

Relax in this tranquil park, a French-inspired refuge of peace and calm in any season. Nestled in a canyon of skyscrapers, it's a wonderful place to meet friends for lunch, go for a stroll, catch a free movie, or play a game of ping-pong with friends after a day seeing the sights.
New York Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden

Only true superstar performers can fill all the seats at The Garden, an epic indoor arena that hosts the biggest music concerts and live events in NYC. It's also the home of the celebrated New York Knicks NBA team and the New York Rangers hockey team.
Empire State Building of New York

Empire State Building

With unmistakable Art Deco style and a world-famous reputation, the Empire State Building towers over Midtown Manhattan. Be wowed by 360˚ views of NYC and beyond from the skyscraper's two observation decks on the 86th and 102nd floors.
Central Park in New York

Central Park

Discover a natural oasis in the center of an urban jungle at this celebrated green space in New York City. Go boating on the lake, tour the Central Park Zoo, stroll through the Conservatory Garden, ride the retro carousel, and ice skate at Wollman Rink.
New York The High Line

The High Line

Dotted with public art and raised above the streets, this 1.5-mile long linear park and greenway is located on a historic rail trail. Enjoy an elevated stroll with killer views in this futuristic park - it's the perfect spot for selfies or to gather with friends or co-workers after a day exploring the city.
One World Trade Center in New York

One World Trade Center

See the sparkling expanse of NYC from this shining beacon's observatory or restaurant. At 1,776 feet, it's the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. Watch the city transform at dusk or experience the twinkling nighttime skyscape and snap a few photos.
 
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