The Best Things To Do In NYC
There’s so many things to do in NYC, that you will have to visit several times or move there to do everything. With so many festivals, events, attractions, and tours, you won’t be at a loss for things to do. Here are my suggestions for the best things to do in NYC, the things you want to be sure not to miss.
The Best Things To Do In New York City
1. See A Broadway Show
If you’re going to NYC, seeing a Broadway show is a must. If you really want to see a particular show or if you want only prime seats for any show, book tickets as early as you can. A few weeks in advance should be fine for most shows, but you will want to book a month or two in advance for Saturday evening performances of the most popular shows.
2. Be A Foodie At Chelsea Market
New York is one of the best food cities in the world, so it can definitely be difficult choosing where to eat. If you’re a foodie, head to Chelsea Market, one of the greatest indoor food markets in the world. There are more than thirty-five vendors, and some of the offerings include currywurst, tahini and turmeric hot chocolate, sushi, oysters, and doughnuts.
3. Explore NYC Nightlife
Nightlife just doesn’t get better than it does in NYC, and it’s definitely something you should check out, even if you’re not a night owl. Check out Output, known for its album release parties and live music. Comedy Cellar is great for laughs, and Le Bain, with its penthouse discotheque and rooftop bar are also great picks.
4. Take A Walk In Central Park
No matter what time of year you visit, Central Park is always stunning. 843 beautiful acres offer a tranquil oasis in the middle of all the concrete buildings. Ice skating is available in the winter and there are some great concerts in the summer.
5. Browse 18 Miles Of Books At The Strand
The Strand Book Store has one of the largest collection of books in the entire world. This independent book store has a rare books room, author events, and it’s also a great place to find gifts for the book lovers in your life.
6. Visit Times Square
Visiting Times Square is one of the most common things to do in NYC, but it’s an absolute must. Brightly adorned with billboards and advertisements, Times Square is sometimes called The Crossroads of the World, The Center of the Universe, the Heart of The Great White Way, and the Heart Of The World. One of the world’s busiest pedestrian intersections, it is also the hub of the Broadway Theater District and a major center of the world’s entertainment industry.
7. Visit The Top Of The Empire State Building
For the best views of Manhattan, head to the 86th floor of The Empire State Building. Don’t go on Christmas Eve, though, when it’s absolutely packed. It’s least crowded between 8-11AM, and kids under six are free.