Explore New York City

Icons of New York City

A select catalog of skyscrapers, parks, museums, and neighborhoods essential to your New York City experience

Edge

Rising over 1,100 feet in the air from the heart of Hudson Yards, Edge is designed to take visitors out of their comfort zone to experience New York as it has never been seen before. Edge is the highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphereextending out almost 80 feet from the 100th floor of 30 Hudson Yards.

Statue of Liberty

She is an icon, a national treasure, and one of the most recognizable figures in the world. Each year millions who cherish her ideals make the journey to experience her history and grandeur in person. She is the Statue of Liberty, a symbol of freedom, inspiration, and hope.

Central Park

Stretching from 59th to 110th streets and between Fifth Avenue and Central Park West, the popular urban paradise—New York City’s backyard—spans 843 lush acres containing woodlands, lawns, gardens, paths and the Central Park Zoo.

Brooklyn Bridge

A hybrid cable-stayed suspension bridge and one of the oldest of its kind, the Brooklyn Bridge, which connects Manhattan and Brooklyn over the East River and at night is enhanced with the twinkling lights from the New York skyline, has a romance to it that New Yorkers and visitors alike enjoy.

United Nations

One-hour tours of the UN’s international headquarters’ building and grounds, including the renovated General Assembly Hall and the Security Council Chamber (meetings permitting), are conducted in one of the six official languages of the UN.

Flushing Meadows Park

Flushing Meadows-Corona Park is among the city's largest, most iconic and most active outdoor recreation areas. From historic walks, to scenic trails, to sports and activities, there's always something to do here.

Top of the Rock

When planning your trip to NYC, Top of the Rock Observation Deck should be at the top of your list. You’ll be 70 floors up, with both indoor and outdoor viewing decks that offer breathtaking 360-degree views of the city.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. Since it was founded in 1870, The Met has always aspired to be more than a treasury of rare and beautiful objects.

Washington Square Park

A marsh. A cemetery. A parade ground. A gathering spot for avant-garde artists. A battleground for chess enthusiasts. A playground for canines and children. Washington Square Park has served various roles for its community throughout the years, adapting to meet its needs.

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building, the ultimate skyscraper and the quintessential Manhattan landmark, offers more than an array of shops, offices, and sightseeing experiences.