- Times Square
This colourful hub is an LED wonderland and also has most of the shops you could want to go to.
- Fifth Avenue
You don’t have to shop to check out this iconic street.
- Central Park
The greenest part of Manhattan and miles of iconic greenery from so many movies lies within Central Park.
- The High Line
As an elevated linear park, the High Line gives you an elevated view of the surrounding area.
- The Brooklyn Bridge
For a view of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines as well as a view of the Hudson River and a distant view of the Statue of Liberty, a walk along the Brooklyn Bridge is a must.
Macy’s is awesome any time of year, but extra fun and festive at Christmas.
- Rockefeller Center
Watch the ice skating and check out the massive Christmas Tree and Rockefeller Center. It’s also a great place to see the light show on Saks at Christmastime.
- Bryant Park
For a bit of greenery with a nearby famous public library, check out Bryant Park.
- 9/11 Memorial
A beautiful and somber memorial where the Twin Towers once stood.
- Grand Central Station
This restored station is another icon and on the roof, you can see a tile they left to show the condition the station was previously in.
Please note, these attractions are in no particular order.