His experiences tourism in New York are truly unforgettable, because it is one of the best tourism destinations in America and the world, and is considered the beating heart of the United States of America; It embraces many tourist destinations, famous landmarks and the best hotels in the world.
New York tourism is famous for the best restaurants, where there are the most famous international cuisines, and the city of New York has a very special flavor of shopping, which attracts tourists from all over the world.
The most important tourist places in New York
- Statue of Liberty National Monument
- The Empire State Building
- “Top of the Rock” observation deck
- Times Square
- Brooklyn Bridge
- Grand Central Station
- World Trade Center 1
After completing the Sky Portal adventure, you can have a good time, in one of the upscale cafes or restaurants in the mall, just imagine that you are having dinner among the magnificent skyscrapers, it is really a great experience that you cannot miss.
The most famous parks in New York City
- Riverside Park
It's a huge park that stretches four miles along the Hudson River, offering visitors everything from biking, skating, and recreational fields to stunning scenery and plenty of green space and plants.
- Corona Park or "Flushing Meadows Park"
This is the second largest park in New York and is a major tourist attraction. And many things to do in just one day, such as visiting the zoo, skiing, hiking, and fishing in Lake Meadow, in addition to the nearby museums and cultural institutions that you can visit as well.
- Brooklyn Bridge Park
If you want to get the best view of Manhattan, take a look at this park because it stretches from the bridge along the banks of the East River, has extensive bike paths, pools, kites and much more, and on the weekends kayaking is allowed for free in the harbor.
- Prospect Park
Prospect Park was designed by landscape architect Frederick Olmsted, who also contributed to the design of Central Park. This park offers its visitors many cultural and historical attractions and many events and events as well, and if you decide to visit the park, do not forget to go to Prospect Zoo in Brooklyn, you can also see colonial era buildings, a Quaker cemetery and much more.
- Fort Green Park
This is the oldest and perhaps the most beautiful park in Brooklyn. Fort Green Park has become a landmark due to its rich history, scenic landscape, trees, and many memorials, as well as open fields, basketball, and other playgrounds. Designed by Frederick Olmsted and Calvert Vaux in 1867, it spans 30 acres on the edge of downtown Brooklyn.
- Hudson River Park
The city is known as the longest waterfront park and is spread along the West Side of Manhattan. This urban paradise is visited by nearly 17 million people every year. If the park is crowded, you can ride a bike through it, sunbathe in the vast greenery, enjoy free concerts, movies and dances that are shown along with many recreational activities as it provides many educational and cultural activities for free.
There are many and many beautiful gardens as we mentioned to you and did not mention them, you should go to them to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the luxury of nature, and we hope that we have helped you choose when you decide to go to one of them.
The most important museums in New York
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, more commonly known as The Met, is a world-class museum and an important tourist attraction in New York. It contains a variety of collections, with over 2 million pieces of art. This is one of the most famous museums in America and among the best in the country.
- Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art, or as it is usually called, contains one of the largest and best collections of modern art in the world. The museum features architecture, drawings, paintings, photographs, and prints. Notable works by Picasso, Dali, Magritte, Wyeth, Warhol, Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Monet are on display.
- American Museum of Natural History
Founded in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History is one of the largest natural history museums in the world. The museum's permanent collection consists of millions of pieces related to human evolution, ocean life, fossils, and space. The Hayden Planetarium sticks to the museum. The museum has regularly changing exhibits and also offers several programs designed to engage visitors and entertain families.
- Solomon Guggenheim Museum
The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum is as famous for the building as it is for the collection. The unique structure was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1943, and features a massive spiral ramp that joins what he calls, a continuous single storey. The museum displays an exceptional collection of modern art, with pieces by all the great masters, from Picasso and Chagall to Léger and Manet.
- National Museum of the American Indian
The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian houses more than one million works and documents relating to the Native American peoples and their customs. Much of the collection, most of it in stock at any time, was purchased by Georg Gustav Hey. The museum is located in the neoclassical Alexander Alexandre Customs House. Exhibits change frequently.
The museum also hosts several public programs including performances of music, dance, film, and seminars. It works closely with indigenous peoples to preserve and protect their traditions and expressions.
- Ellis Island Immigration Museum
Ellis Island served as a repository of American immigration from 1892 to 1954. Nearly 17 million people passed through its gates. After a $156 million restoration, it is now a national museum.
The Ellis Island Immigration Museum presents exhibits and programs on the history of Ellis Island and the immigration process. Immigrants were equipped in the "Main Building" on Ellis Island. Today, the main building is a three-story museum, containing a variety of permanent self-directed exhibitions.
- The Whitney Museum of American Art
The Whitney Museum of American Art is one of the major galleries of American art. It was founded in 1930 by sculptor Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney after the Metropolitan Museum of Art rejected the collection of works by living artists. The permanent collection includes paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, and prints. Artists on display include names such as Andy Warhol, Georgia O'Keefe, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper John, and many more.
The building designed by Marcel Breuer in Whitney is an important landmark in modern architecture. Each floor cantilevered over the ground below to allow and expand the field of view.
- Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Although not a museum, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is at the heart of New York's cultural life. It is an arts complex that houses many organizations, including the Metropolitan Opera, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center Theatre, New York Philharmonic Orchestra, New York City Ballet, and others. It stretches over 16 acres and includes the Philip Johnson Fountain and a statue of Henry Moore.