Statute of Liberty

Statute of Liberty was a gift from france to the United States to symbolize the spirit of freedom. The Statue of Liberty is on a 12-acre Island, which is owned by the Federal Government. The observation platform offers amazing views of New York City and the Harbor. It was dedicated on October 28, 1886 and designated a National Monument on October 15, 1924.  Nearby Tourist Attractions: Castle Clinton, Staten Island Ferry, Battery Park, Wall Street, New York Stock Exchange, Museum... Read More

Castle Clinton

Castle Clinton was built between 1807 and 1809, as a fort to keep out the British invasion in 1812.  It was made a national monument in 1950 and open to the public in 1975.  Today, it’s a place to buy tickets to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Nearby Tourist Attractions: Staten Island Ferry, Battery Park, Wall Street, New York Stock Exchange, Museum of Jewish Heritage, National Museum of the American Indian, Federal Reserve Bank of NY, Trinity Church, Skyscraper... Read More

Battery Park

Battery Park is a 25-acre park located at the southern tip of Manhattan. Battery Park City is a community with complex of many modern offices and apartment buildings near the Hudson River. It offers walkers, runners, and bikers a starting or ending path along the Hudson River with breathtaking views of the Jersey City skyline, and the Statue of Liberty.  Runners and Bikers can run or bike all the way to the Hudson River Park, Chelsea, Meatpacking, Midtown, Riverside Park or... Read More

Museum of the American Indian

National Museum of the American Indian details the history and cultural of America’s native people through costumes, artifacts, and artworks. The items spans more than 10,000 years of Indian heritage gathered by collector George Gustav Heyee (1874 – 1957).  He was a Banking New York Millionaire and his collection became the core of the National Museum of the American Indian. Nearby Tourist Attractions: Clinton Castle, Staten Island Ferry, Battery Park City, Battery... Read More

Federal Reserve Bank of NY

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is one of the 12 regional Reserve Banks in the Federal Reserve System. Visitors can learn about the history of gold, money, banking and the Federal Reserve System responsibilities, through a guided tour and interactive exhibits in the museum. Museum is open and free to the public. Nearby Tourist Attractions: Clinton Castle, Staten Island Ferry, Battery Park City, Wall Street, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, World Financial Center, City Hall... Read More

Bowling Green Park

Bowling Green Park is the oldest and the first official park in New York City, built in 1733. This Park is located in Lower Manhattan and its situated between the famous Bull Bronze sculpture and the National Museum of the American Indian, where Broadway ends. Other nearby Landmarks: Clinton Castle, Staten Island Ferry, Battery Park, Wall Street, Ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, as well as, St. Paul’s Chapel, New York Stock Exchange, Museum of Jewish Heritage,... Read More

Skyscraper Museum

The Museum features the history and development of skyscraper construction and designs of tall buildings. New Yorkers and visitors can learn about the modern architecture, and detail information on high-rise buildings relating to technology, real estate investments, and places of business and residence. Nearby Tourist Attractions: Clinton Castle, Staten Island Ferry, Battery Park City, Battery Park, Wall Street, Bowling Green Bull, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, World... Read More

Museum of Jewish Heritage

Museum of Jewish Heritage is a living Memorial to the Holocaust located in Lower Manhattan in Battery Park City. This Museum presents the story of Jewish suffering and survival. The Museum’s collection contains more than 25,000 items about modern Jewish history and the Holocaust. Nearby Tourist Attractions: Clinton Castle, Staten Island Ferry, Battery Park City, Hudson River, Ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, as well as the Skyscraper Museum. Location:... Read More