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The 843 acres of land in Central Park feature lakes, picnic areas, walking paths and carriage rides.
The National Parks Service has reopened Liberty Island to visitors but access to the statue and pedestal will remain closed until further notice.
Next to the flag, it's America's most famous symbol for freedom - an icon for the immigrant, Liberty Enlightening the World as it is officially titled is familiarly just the Statue of Liberty
...a city within a city.
Rockefeller Center is an art deco marvel consisting of 19 commercial buildings covering 11 acres in midtown Manhattan from 49th to 52nd Streets, Fifth to Seventh Avenues.
Named after the multi-millionaire, John D. Rockefeller, who leased the space from Columbia University in 1928.
Originally occupied by tenements and theaters, Rockefeller planned to revitalize the area with 3 huge office buildings and a new Metropolitan Opera House.
The stock market crash of 1929 helped scrap the original plans but Rockefeller still wanted a commercial district.
Hiring 3 architecture firms and a consulting firm, ground was broken on the Rockefeller Center we see today in late 1929.
TOP OF THE ROCK (Rockefeller Center)
The view itself is unique and astonishing. Unobstructed for 360 degrees from the 70th floor, the breathtaking landscape stretches for miles in every direction from Central Park and the northern half of Manhattan to New York City's other landmarks including the Chrysler Building, Times Square, the Hudson River, the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Statue of Liberty!
Times Square Tourist Information When visiting Times Square, stop by the neighborhood's most informative location - the Times Square Information Center. Located in the newly renovated Embassy Movie Theatre on 7th Avenue, between 46th and 47th Streets, The center is open daily from 8am to 8pm.
Times Square has it all. You can find first class lodging, all varieties of dining, entertainment, as well as tours of all parts of the city, shopping and nightlife in this exciting, vibrant and historic landmark in New York City. There are always events and attractions to be seen in Times Square, in the heart of the City that never sleeps.
Visitors to Times Square can find all sorts of fun, exciting and informative tours to explore other parts of the city. Choose from walking, bike, bus, food, limo, TV, landmark, ethnic or water tours. These tours will allow you to visit all major landmarks, sights, and attractions in every part of New York City, showing the diversity, culture, and history of this great metropolis.
Times Square offers an incredibly wide array of dining and food options. Dine in luxury at one of the area's five star restaurants, or enjoy a quick snack from one of the many street vendors. The area offers foods from every part of the world, with many different options to fit any budget.
Shopping in Times Square is almost limitless. An incredibly wide variety of shops and stores offer clothing, electronics, toys, and every sort of consumer good imaginable. The different and varied merchandise available will fit any need or budget. Find whatever you are looking for in your visit while shopping in Times Square.
Ground Zero. It’s a name and place we are all familiar with just as we are the events that took place on September 11, 2001 - a day that will forever be remembered in the hearts of all Americans. Learn more about the historic former site of the WORLD TRADE CENTER TWIN TOWERS in this section.