We take a break from our regular business programming and cover a bit of “fun things to do.” edition. What to do when you are in ny? Here are some fun ideas.
Beautiful Sightseeing makes your trip to NYC worthwhile!
There’s a lot to see and do around NYC, and when many first come to the city, they usually gravitate toward the standard attractions, such as the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and Central Park. While those are fantastic places and a must-see, there are also others around New York that are a must to add to your list as well. Check out the following 7 places around the city that are worth the trip.
7 Unique NYC Sightseeing locations that you shouldn’t miss
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Socrates Sculpture Park
Located on Vernon Boulevard in Long Island City, the Socrates Sculpture Park is an outdoor park and a museum where visitors are treated to installations and, as the name suggests, sculptures. Various programs are also available for the young to the young-at-heart. Their free Saturday Sculpture workshops are held from May to September every year and are very popular with kids & families. The park is open every day from 10am until sunset, and admission is free.
In 1832, Joseph Brewster built a house on Fourth Street, and a few years later it was purchased by Seabury Tredwell.
The Tredwell family owned it for more than a century after, and in 1936, it was opened as a museum. Today, the brick and marble row house, which was once known as the Old Merchants House, is a U.S. National Historic Landmark and exemplifies old style New York.
Did we mention the Merchant House Museum is also rumored to be haunted?
Merchant House Museum
Brooklyn Bridge Park
The 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park is set along 1.3-miles of the East River on the Brooklyn side, and it’s for all those who enjoy beauty, fitness, and the arts.
It’s there that you can go for a ride on the restored 1922 Jane’s Carousel, frolic in the playground, play basketball and volleyball, go fishing, listen to music, browse art, and even more.
There’s also dog runs for your four-legged friends. It’s a wonderful way to get out and see some of the best the city has to offer, as well as meet many locals and tourists if you so desire.
There’s numerous museums around NYC that many are quite familiar with, including MoMA, The Guggenheim, and the Museum of Natural History, but there’s also the Museum of Sex for those who are interested in learning a little more about the sexual side of people and animals. As you can probably guess, the exhibits are risque, so be prepared. Located on Fifth Avenue, only adults who are 18+ are allowed to enter the museum. They have this amazing lust inducing perfume Etat Libre d’Orange, which makes a great gift for your significant other or your single friends.
Green Wood Cemetery
While some might not think of visiting a cemetery when they head to NYC, the historic 478-acre Green Wood Cemetery is one you don’t want to miss. Tours are available, and hours depend on the time of year it is. Some of the cemetery’s more famous residents include Leonard Bernstein, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Susan Smith McKinney-Steward.
The 1.45-mile long park is built on a historic elevated railroad track, and it offers visitors the chance to walk from one end to the other (West 34th Street to Ganesvoort Street) in a beautiful setting, sit and relax on a bench with a good book, have a picnic, or do a little people watching. The High Line is open from 7am until just before dusk.
Fraunces Tavern and Museum
Fraunces Tavern isn’t your standard tavern/restaurant in NYC, it’s also a historic landmark.
It was built in 1719 and became a a headquarters for George Washington during the American Revolution. Between the tavern and the museum, there are five different buildings full of history.
Located at 54 Pearl Street, you can enter the tavern / restaurant for free, but there’s a very small admission fee to the museum unless you’re under five-years-old or you’re an active military member with a valid ID, in which case it’s free.
With so much to see and do in NYC, you’ll want to make sure to schedule plenty of time to see all that you want, including the aforementioned seven fabulous places. Get ready for a great time and don’t forget to share with your loved ones. Tweet now!
Also, don’t forget to get some exciting gifts and souvenirs for your loved ones from NYC. Here are some cool gift baskets in case you are visiting or just want something unique and memorable from new york!