8 Places to Visit in New York City & Top Tourist Places

A symbol of freedom and one of New York City's most famous landmarks, the Statue of Liberty was donated by France to the US as a sign of friendship.

Statue of Liberty

Times Square, previously Long Acre Square, is a lively business, tourist, and entertainment district in New York City. It was renamed in 1904 after The New York Times.

Times Square

Central Park, the fifth largest urban park in New York City, situated between the Upper West and Upper East sides of Manhattan and has artificial lakes, meadows, waterfalls.

Central Park

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, known as "The Met," comprises about two million paintings from 5,000 years of history.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Broadway, the city's oldest north-south road, and Midtown Manhattan's Theater District, home to 41 major theaters, are essential to the entertainment industry and a must-see for theatergoers.

Broadway and the Theater District

Since 1929, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City has preserved, developed, and exhibited modern art through its enormous collection of artifacts.

Museum of Modern Art

The restored World Trade Center complex in Lower Manhattan celebrates perseverance and opened to the public in 2014.

World Trade Center

Over 100 years ago, John D. Rockefeller Jr. developed Rockefeller Center, a large complex of nineteen commercial buildings in Midtown Manhattan that blends art, elegance, and entertainment.

Rockefeller Center