Blog Posts Categorized as"Tourism"

10/26/2020 See Downtown From The Sky At The Reopened One World Observatory

After several months of stay-at-home orders and limited international and domestic travel, New Yorkers are itching for some fresh new views. The good news is,…

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10/26/2020 Take An In-Person Or Virtual Tour At The Now-Open 9/11 Memorial & Museum

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum is back open for in-person visits (with requirements for masks, advanced booking and other safety measures), but for visitors who’d…

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02/04/2020 Why You Should Go To One World Observatory (Yes, Even If You’re Local)

It's easy to overlook, if you're a “real” New Yorker, some of the city's most breathtaking experiences. Maybe it's our distinctly cultivated cynicism, which some…

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01/22/2020 A Rare Look Inside The New York Stock Exchange

The New York Stock Exchange used to be a major attraction for tourists and curious locals alike. From 1939 to 2001, pretty much anyone could…

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11/07/2019 The SeaGlass Carousel's Tourism Connection

Jewel-toned and ethereal, The Battery’s SeaGlass Carousel features giant, luminescent fish and dreamy music in a radiant glass and steel pavilion. It’s a one-of-a-kind, otherworldly…

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10/08/2019 Open House NY: 13 Lower Manhattan Tours Not to be Missed

This month, Open House New York is once again throwing open the doors to historic sites, architectural wonders and typically closed-off buildings. As NYC’s oldest…

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09/05/2019 Pier 17's Latest Art and Grub Totally Worth An Extended Lunch Break

One of my favorite perks about working in Lower Manhattan are taking afternoon walks. Whether my daily discoveries are new to all or just to…

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08/01/2019 Statue of Liberty Museum Connects Us With Our Past and Present

By Joseph Ferris The Statue of Liberty has stood in New York Harbor since 1886, just three years after the Brooklyn Bridge opened and decades…

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06/19/2019 Seaport Fireworks, Dining Deals & Island Oases this July

Above photo courtesy of Pier 17 Main photo courtesy of Waterfront Alliance By: Kristin Heise Lower Manhattan’s cobblestoned streets are perfect for “anytime” summertime explorations,…

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05/08/2019 NMAI’s T.C. Cannon Exhibit “Full of Exciting Surprises” - New Yorker

The National Museum of the American Indian’s newest exhibit - T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America - opened last month. T.C. Cannon was a…

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