Attractions in New York

ONE Dine at One World Observatory

Located on the 101st floor of One World Trade Center. Set over looking the vibrant main Observation Floor & City Pulse at One World Observatory. Features a seasonally inspired ala carte menu complemented by small production wines, local draft beers and hand crafted cocktails. Reservations required along with an Observatory ticket.

Belvedere Castle
Visitors can enjoy views of the Delacorte Theater, the Great Lawn, the Turtle Pond and the Ramble from the castle's two balconies. Inside they'll find the Henry Luce Nature Observatory, where they can peer into microscopes and telescopes, look at skeletons and papier mâché birds, or borrow a field pack that contains binoculars and reference materials.

Empire State Building | Manhattan, NY
Although it’s no longer the tallest building in New York City, this world-famous landmark remains a Manhattan icon for good reason. The main deck on the 86th floor is the highest open-air observatory in NYC, offering stunning 360-degree views of the Hudson and East Rivers, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and more ($34, seniors $31, children $27). Famous faces such as Chrissy Teigen, Celine Dion and Neil Patrick Harris have all been spotted enjoying the views from the top, which you’ll recognize from countless movies and TV shows. If you can’t get high enough, head to the 102nd floor's indoor observation deck for a full view of Central Park ($54, seniors $51, children $47). The Dare to Dream exhibit on the 80th floor honors the 3,400 people who built the 1,454-foot skyscraper and features original photographs, architectural sketches and construction notes. Before visiting, download the ESB app on iTunes or Google Play for exclusive content and access to a free audio tour.

Brooklyn Bridge | New York, NY
Sure, the Brooklyn Bridge serves a practical purpose as the means for millions of commuters to travel from lower Manhattan to Brooklyn, but it is also one of the most iconic structures in the city. You can walk and bike over it, but beware, the crowds are serious! Go early in the morning or late at night to avoid the hustle and bustle.
Today anyone on feet or wheels (rollerblades, bicycles, cars, hoverboards, what-have-yous) can travel between the boroughs without paying a toll.

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