If you’re looking to get in on the hustle and bustle of a big city, New York is the place for you! New York is home to many famous attractions which create the beautiful cityscape skyline we all see today. Home to several large airports, clients have the choice to fly into busy Teterboro Airport (IATA: TEB, ICAO: KTEB) or airports such as Westchester County Airport (IATA: HPN, ICAO: KHPN) and Morristown Municipal Airport (IATA: MMU, ICAO: KMMU) which are suburbs just outside the city.
A must see in New York is the famous Time Square. Take in the sights of the massive digital billboards and bright lights the city has to offer. While most recognize Time Square for the famous New Years Eve Ball Drop, it is also a staple center for the performing arts. Be sure to catch a show on Broadway and take in everything the actors in this city have to offer. And for all you fashionistas, shopping is a must. Time Square is lined with both famous national and international mega stores. Everything is big in Time Square. On your way out be sure to stop at an NYC thrift shop to pick up your I Love New York souvenir.
Central Park, in the heart of Manhattan is 873 acres of walking trails and tranquil bodies of water. An all season attraction, you can enjoy the floral blossoms in the spring, the leaves changing in the fall, and the fresh snowfall in the winter. It is truly a sight to behold. While in Central Park, be sure to visit the Central Park Zoo, the Belvedere Castle, and in the summer the Delacorte Theater, which hosts the famous Shakespeare in the park. These are sites you are not going to want to miss.
While in New York you are going to want to visit Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, the city’s most recognized landmark. A short ferry ride will take you up close and personal with Mrs. Lady Liberty herself. While the pedestal is no longer open due to safety reasons, visitors are still welcome on Liberty Island to get a closer view of the Statue of Liberty. While in the area be sure to visit the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Join the thousands of immigrants who once walked the Great Hall as they awaited admission to begin their new lives in the United States. Take part in the history and reflect on the true meaning of living the American Dream.
Next on the agenda is a visit to the beloved Yankee Stadium. This is a must see item for any baseball fan. Let a New Yorker take you on a guided tour of Yankee Stadium, which includes a visit to the New York Yankee Museum, Monument Park, and the Dugout, Clubhouse, and Batting Cage areas. Become a part of baseball history and visit Yankee Stadium today.
The Brooklyn Bridge, which towers above the East River in New York, is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the world and a famous tourist attraction. The Brooklyn Bridge is a famous piece of New York history, which has been featured in many Hollywood Blockbusters including Godzilla, Fantastic Four, and The Night at the Museum. The bridge is experienced best by taking a scenic walk across the pedestrian walkway. Bring your camera because it is a sight you soon won’t forget, with fabulous views of downtown Manhattan and the New York Harbor. It would be a shame to miss this stunning Brooklyn waterfront.
Next on the tour of New York City is the 9/11 Memorial. Pay tribute to the men, women, and children that lost their lives in the terrorist attack on September 11th. Visit the twin reflecting pools that sit where the twin towers once stood and find the names of all those killed inscribed on bronze parapets surrounding the memorial pools. Be sure to enjoy the September 11th Memorial Museum as well. The museum does a great job of documenting the impact of the event, as well as explaining the continuing significance of this tragic event.
Next stop is Coney Island. Be ready to be amazed at the famous beachfront amusement district. Enjoy a breath of fresh air along the boardwalk, in a real New York City neighborhood. Wanting a thrill? Try your luck on one of the 50+ thrill rides and attractions the park has to offer. For those with a simpler taste, a stroll along the beach may better suit you. While visiting Coney Island be sure to visit the Cyclones Baseball Stadium and the New York Aquarium.
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New York has something to offer for everyone, so be sure to add them to your list of future destinations. When you are ready to book your next trip, please contact us at 760-399-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org, where a charter specialist will be glad to arrange your travel accommodations. Let Desert Jet take you there.