New York City Attractions

It is estimated that about 40 million tourists, both national and international visit this financial hub of the U.S.A. as well as the world leader in hectic financial activities of New York Stock Exchange. Tourist attractions are abundant in this city, visited by almost all ethnic groups in the world - from Asia to Australia.

New york city major attractions are
Empire State Building:

The 102 story Empire State Buildings is an important spot for visitors. An exterior observatory in the 86th floor shows you a visibility of up to 80 miles on a clear day. Open from 9.30 am to midnight and visitors with photo identity are allowed.

Ellis Island:

This 27 acre island is open on all days, housing the Ellis Island Museum and can be reached from Battery Park by ferry boats. The Statue of Liberty is in another island nearby and access to inside of this great monument is restricted currently for security reasons. Round trips by ferry boats are available every day.

United Nations:

On the banks of scenic East River, this is the International Zone, not connected with the U.S. land. 181 Flags of member nations are flying in front of the building showing togetherness to work for world peace. Conducted tours are available daily.

St. John's Cathedral:

The world's largest Cathedral, St. Johns the divine, is visited by tourists in groups every day. Open on all days.

Madison Square Garden:

20,000 seat indoor arena for holding sports events, hockey, baseball, tournaments etc. Also have 5,600 seat theaters for musical concerts, shows, exhibitions, fairs and trade meets. Open all days except Sundays and holidays.

Central Park:

Spans over two and a half miles in the city center and was the first urban landscaped park of the U.S. country. The park consists of innumerable restaurants; Central Park zoo; playgrounds; Wolman Rink and the Metropolitan Museum.

Chrysler Building:

In 1930 when this was built, it ranked the top most sky-scrapper of the world before Empire State buildings. One of the finest office buildings in U.S.A.

Grand Central Terminal:

Free tours are conducted to this magnificent and monumental railway structure for tourists to study the history, construction and architectural talents.

South Street Seaport:

Once a bustling seaport now remodeled to house a variety of multi-cuisine restaurants, specialty food outfits and boutiques. The South Street Seaport Museum is also nearby.


At Macy's Stores you can buy everything from A to Z of up to date fashions and eat in the fine restaurants after a hectic shopping inside.

New York's Public Library:

Beautifully built inside and outside, this library is the home of whatever books you need on Humanities and Social sciences. On the backside, there are food stands, restaurants and film festival going on every Monday, during summer.

Bryant Park:

The most graceful and eventful open space of New York City, where eminent pianists play piano for your tasteful ears.

Toys "R" US - Time Square:

The fabulous toy store from magnificent chain Stores in U.S. where you can buy anything and everything for your kids.

Broadway Theaters:

Broadway show or a Broadway theater refers to plays or musical concerts usually run in the mammoth theater complex of 39 well equipped theaters of minimum 500 seats. It is visited by millions of New York visitors and locals every year and is one of the must-see spots of New York City. Plays which are successful by audience response, run through years.

  • The - holds a fabulous collection of old and modern time works of art situated insidGuggenheim Museum of Artse an architectural wonder of a building and is usually conducting International gala art exhibitions every year.
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art - permanent collections of ancient Asian, Egyptian, African and European works of art in display together with related cultural identities, war memorials, arms, paintings, sculptures etc.
  • The American Museum of Natural History - has fantastic collections for all ages to see, especially for families and kids, conducting Halloween celebrations on October 31st, every year.
  • New York State Museum: You can see here the unseen America in earlier centuries as also the latest on show of Empire State Building and its recoveries.
Chinatown of New York City:

In the entire U.S. this is the largest inhabitant of Chinese population. Established in 1880 Chinatown today is estimated to have a population of about 150,000 extending about two square miles. Today, it contains hundreds of Chinese restaurants; fish markets; fruits and shops of knickknacks and sweets thronged by a milling crowd everyday.