The Sights


The Island of Manhattan is the most densely populated of the five borough containing some of the most iconic sights in America, such as Central park, the most visited urban park in America. Explore the breathtaking sights of the Alice in Wonderland Statue, the Central Park Zoo, the Wollman Ice Rink and so much more plus dozens of activities to partake in from tours, baseball, fishing to horse-drawn carriages and the Victorian Gardens Amusement Park.

Central Park

Visit Radio City Music Hall for a night out to see your favorite artist or go to a taping of some of your favorite shows like “Dancing With the Stars.” or visit one of the many museums like the Museum of the City of New York, the American Museum of Natural History, or the Museum of Modern Art and more.

Radio City Music Hall

On to the world famous Madison Square Guarden, home of the New York Knicks and the  New York Rangers.  where a host of high profile venues take place including, concerts, sporting events and conventions.

Madison Square Garden


Visit Yankee Stadium Home of the world famous New York Yankees

Yankee Stadium

The Bronx is a great place if you want to see lush green parks including the New York Botanical Gardens.

Botanical Gardens


Drive across Whitestone Bridge connecting Queens and the Bronx through the East River. Then visit the history of jazz in the house of Louis Armstrong museum.

Whitestone Bridge

After that head over to Flushing Meadows the fourth largest public park in New York City

Flushing Meadows


Brooklyn also host a number of parks, stadiums and museums like Prospect Park, MCU Park.  Notably, Coney island is a peninsular residential neighborhood, beach, and amusement park destination.

Coney Island

Staten Island

Staten Island sports some of the same features as the other boroughs such as museums and parks.  Some noted spots like Lemon Creek, the Staten Lighthouse, and Miller Field are worth a look.