Here are 10 must do things in New York!
1. Chelsea Market
You look, you smell, you taste and you buy… in a milling atmosphere. The Chelsea Market, a long corridor installed in an old Oreo factory, is full of little food shops of good quality. You will go there to eat or just enjoy the place as it has become an inevitable place for food shopping.
2. Max Brenner
Known worldwide as the ultimate destination for chocolate. Fill up on Really Crunchy Mac & Cheese, a pressed waffle sandwich or the ever-popular Brenner Burger. But save room, because the main course is dessert. Experience chocolate to the fullest and enjoy hot chocolate, Choctails, fondues, sugar waffles and more. So double dip, lick your fingers and forget to share because at Max Brenner there aren’t rules – all you have to do is really love chocolate 😉
The Museum of Modern Art is a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. With extraordinary exhibitions and the world’s finest collection of modern and contemporary art, MoMA is dedicated to the conversation between the past and the present, the established and the experimental. Their mission is helping you understand and enjoy the art of our time.
4. Guggenheim Museum
The Guggenheim Museum is included in the city among the buildings in a very special way. Thanks to its circular architecture, it creates special exhibition places for the master pieces. It is the most complex and special museum of the world.
Barneys New York is a mecca for discerning fashionistas and clothing connoisseurs since 1923, a Manhattan institution, a blast, an emporium of style and gorgeous products and a celebrity hangout. The place to go shopping!
6. Sustainable NYC
“Sustainable NYC” is a very welcoming shop located in East Village. There you will find ecological, biological and sustainable products such as: beauty products, jewelry, clothes, decoration… There are so many things to see that you won’t know where to start!
7. New York Aquarium
Located along the Boardwalk near Brooklyn’s Coney Island, the New York Aquarium is New York City’s only aquarium. With over 8,000 animals on exhibit, the New York Aquarium strives to educate visitors about aquatic ecosystems and encourage visitors to advocate for their preservation.
8. Children Museum of the Arts
CMA is a non-profit art space where there are things to both see and do. Children can make an animated movie or screen a stop-motion film. They will explore and experiment with creative materials, sculpt or paint an original masterpiece, jump and play… Workshops change every day.
9. Central Park
One of New York City’s most visited landmarks, Central Park provides 411 attractions: horse and carriage tours, bike rentals and tours, vespa tours, pique-nique, walking tours, concerts, events, walk under the cherry blossom trees among other flowers and plants. This is also the perfect place for proposals, birthdays and other special occasions.
Click here to take a virtual tour of the park.
10. Empire State Building
Get unmatched views of New York and beyond from the 86th and 102nd floor observatories. Don’t miss the visit of one of the most famous building in the world. There you will have the most spectacular views of downtown, midtown, Central Park and beyond. Both observatories have an open air 360-degree terrace. The 102nd floor Observatory is the highest public point in New York City.
As New York City is an amazing place and there are so many other things to do, don’t forget to visit Ellis Island, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Coney Island,Rockefeller Center, Fifth Avenue…