6) The Rockefeller Center
The center is an especially popular attraction during the fall and winter, when it showcases season decorations and has an ice skating rink that is open for the public. Visitors can also enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants and bakeries within the facility, and check out a view of the city from the building’s observational deck.
7) American Museum of Natural History
One of the largest natural museums in the world. Visitors can enjoy the millions of different specimens and artifacts on exhibition, which provide better insight into not only animals that live today and have lived in the past (it has an absolutely stunning collection of fossils), but also people and cultures both past and present. The fact that it was featured in Night at the Museum isn’t even important because the incredibly large collection will leave you amazed regardless.
8) Grand Central Station
The commuter train system has been an important part of New York City and the surrounding towns for several decades now. One of the most iconic buildings within Manhattan is Grand Central Station, which has served as a commuter terminal for people traveling from other places to New York City for over 140 years. The impressive architectural design, rich history, and various attractions make it one of the most visited places in the heart of the city.
9) The Bronx Zoo
One of the largest zoos in the United States. This attraction features thousands of different animals from around the world. Popular exhibits include the sea lions, baboons, bears, tigers, and monkeys.
10) Radio City Music Hall
This venue is the largest indoor theater in the world and was once the most visited tourist attraction in the entire city,. Since opening in 1932, it has hosted some of the most popular entertainment shows in all the city, including music shows, dance shows, and more. Today, tourists still flock to take in shows at the hall, which have in recent years included annual Christmas spectaculars and even circus events.