For the average New York newbie, this city might seem full of endless activities with never enough time to get all your sightseeing done. But don’t fret – we’ve got you sorted with our top 5 picks of things to do in New York.
For: The art-lovers
Located in Midtown Manhattan, the Museum of Modern Art is home to some of the world’s finest contemporary art. With over a thousand artworks on show, and six gallery floors to make your way through, it’s guaranteed to get your creative juices flowing.
Radio City Music Hall
For: The musos
Being the largest indoors theatre in the world, you won’t miss Radio City Music Hall on Sixth Avenue, Manhattan. Get musical with a show or simply take a tour through the historical, art-deco venue.
For: The foodies
Who doesn’t love a smorgasbord? Wander down to East River State Park in Brooklyn for a food festival that’ll get your mouth watering. Grab some lunch with over 100 food vendors to choose from, and settle into your food coma with a view of the Manhattan skyline.
For: The stylish travellers
From designer goods to street bargains, empty your wallets in the streets of Soho. As well as checking out all your well-known favourites, make sure to wander down the lanes to find some one-of-a-kind boutiques.
A trip to New York wouldn’t be the same without getting a photo in Times Square. Head to the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue, and join in with the many other tourists getting a cheeky snap amongst the hustle and bustle.