Central Park

The 843 acres park is one of the most visited urban recreational spaces in the United States. Apart from being a birdwatcher’s paradise, the park is packed with lakes, lawns, bridges, statues of iconic characters and differently styled gardens.

Times Square

It is a hub of cultural activities and entertainment. The Square, known as the ‘crossroads of the world’, boasts of billboards with the most expensive advertisements.

 

Central Park Zoo

Remodelled over the old zoo in 1984, the new zoo showcases animals from different temperature zones of the world. It even has a petting zone for young children to meet and feed goats, pigs, cows and sheep.

 

Statue of Liberty

The statue was a token of friendship from France to America, on America's 100th year of independence. It is considered as a national monument and has about 4 million visitors every year.

 

The Empire State Building

This 103 storey iconic building is one among the 7 wonders of the world. It has observatories on the 86th and 102nd floors, which give a 360° view of New York City.