Heading to New York is on everyone’s bucket list, but only a small percentage of those people actually end up going over there. If you’re lucky enough to have a trip to New York city planned, make sure you do the following three things:
Visit The 9/11 Memorial and Museum
This is one of the most important places in New York City, located in the place where the World Trade Center used to be. The museum has sections dedicated to those who lost their lives, as well as information on the days leading up to and after the attacks.
Go Up The Empire State Building
You’ve probably heard that this is a bit of a cliche, but the Empire State Building offers incredible 360-degree views of New York City. It has made appearances in many films too, such as King Kong and Sleepless in Seattle. Head to the 86th floor and you’ll be able to see New York in a whole new light. The building has extended opening hours, so late-night visitors can even give it a go. Head over at 1 am if you’re a night owl!
See A Show On Broadway
If you happen to be in New York, whether with friends, family, or alone, you must see a show on broadway. Broadway musicals are so much more than a past time – they are a way of life for many people! You’ll feel like you’ve been transported to a whole new world when you head to a Broadway show. Below, you can easily decide which one you’d like to see, even if you’ve never been before.
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