The New Futuristic Attraction Has Opened in New York City
The ultra-modern Hudson Yards has finally opened its doors after almost 20 years. With an initial budget of $20 billions, and over $28 billions spent, the new complex is poised to become on if the busiest centers in NYC. It's where you will find the popular Vessel with its 2500 steps!
The United Nations Building in New York, also known as the "Glass Palace," overlooks the East River on 42nd Street. In this page, you will find all the info you need to visit the UN including where to book the official tour.
The ONE World Trade Center was inaugurated on May 29, 2015 and we of NewYork-Welcome went up to fill our eyes with the most beautiful views of the New York Bay and the city. Find out opening hours, ticketing, location and other general information.
9/11 is the National Memorial commemorating the victims of the terrorist attack of September 11th, 2001. Visit the two Pools together with the Museum and the 9/11 Tribute Center in New York to learn more about the events of 9/11 and to honor the victims.
Brooklyn Bridge is one of New York’s greatest landmarks, certainly the most known and most loved bridge in the city. The Pedestrian access to the Bridge (on the Manhattan side) is just outside City Hall Park and in Dumbo (on the Brooklyn side.)
King Kong favorite Building - All You Need to Know
The Empire State Building is undoubtedly the most famous skyscraper in New York City. It is 1250 feet tall, (1472 feet to the top of the spire, which was added in the 1950’s) and offer majestic views from the Observatory located on the 86th and 102nd Floor.
The Chrysler Building is one of the most famous landmarks of New York City. Built by the Chrysler Corporation, the skyscraper was built at a frantic pace during the 1920’s when builders were fiercely competing to build the tallest skyscraper in the world.
Times Square has become the most visited place in New York City. Thousands of visitors come here every day to experience the neon lights & giant LED screens show. Although it is the most touristic place in NYC, you should see it at least once. Find out when to go & how to make the most of your time in Times Sq.
Top Of The Rock, The Christmas Tree, Ice-Skating Rink & More
The Rockefeller Center is a complex of commercial buildings, theaters, plazas, underground concourse, and shops, developed during the great depression, it is now the largest privately owned business and entertainment center. Find out all you need to know including when/how to visit the Rockefeller Christmas Tree.
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Irene was a FANTASTIC tour guide! She was so knowledgeable about the area and was so patient with all our questions. We stopped to use the bathroom and we got coffee halfway through, she was so kind! It was a pleasure learning about Brooklyn from you!
I’m the biggest fan of Fall activities, but haven’t had a chance to do anything beyond Apple Picking in NJ. I decided to take a last minute 2 day trip with a friend in Hudson Valley, but didn’t know where to start [...] Thankfully I was able to use New York Welcome to do the hard work for us [...]
The SATC walking tour is fabulous! Our tour guide was amazing. Friendly, helpful, accommodating and so knowledgeable about the city. It was essentially 2 tours in 1. SATC and visits to historical places in the city. I give this tour 5 stars and definitely recommend. Grab your walking shoes and schedule one today!