By: Sarah Funk
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Every year thousands of people crowd near New York’s East River to watch the Macy’s 4th of July firework show. It has always been a fun, colorful night of American pride and celebration. This year the fireworks will be launched from a barge near the Brooklyn Bridge and will kick off around 9:20 p.m. on Thursday, July 4, 2019.
It’s no secret that New York is one of the greatest cities to visit on the planet. It’s packed to the rooftops with world-famous sights that people have seen on the big screen ever since childhood. How many of those visitors ever get off the beaten track, though? In this article, we dive into five unique things to do in New York.
New York City is one of the best cities in the world. It is known for its Broadway shows, trend-setting fashion, world-famous attractions, and exceptional dining scene. Many people visit the city for a week or more, however, it is possible to see much of it in one weekend. In this guide, I’m going to breakdown what you can’t miss if you’re only in the city for two days.
Even if you aren’t a baseball fan, a trip to New York’s Yankee Stadium is considered a pilgrimage by many. The home of the New York Yankees, Yankee Stadium is one of the biggest sporting icons in the whole of New York City.
There is so much to do in NYC that it can be overwhelming planning a trip. As a New Yorker and travel expert, I’ve put together a 3 day guide on what you can’t miss if you’re visiting the city for a short period of time. Watch the video and download the itinerary below to make your trip to NYC your best trip yet!
NYC is one of the best places in the world to go shopping. We truly have it all here from vintage to sample sales, to outlets, designer stores, boutique shops, and more. Trends start here, fashion is tested here, it is truly a mecca for establishing new looks that will be seen around the world.
There are tons of things to do in New York City in the winter. In this guide I’ll cover some of my favorite restaurants, bars, and experiences to do in New York in January, February, and March.
New York is known to be an expensive city. However, it is not impossible to experience much of what it has to offer for free or dirt cheap. Watch my video below for some of the top things to do in the Big Apple that are completely free or budget friendly.
There are so many things to do in New York City that sometimes all of the options can be overwhelming. To make planning your trip easier I’ve put together a checklist on my favorite 50 things to do here.
Autumn is the best time of the year in New York for weather. With the crisp, dry air it is the ideal time to explore the outdoors, yet also get cozy indoors. In this guide, I’ll go over my favorite things to do in fall in the city.