You may be looking for things to do in New York City after you have booked your fight. New York, also known as the Big Apple is a city that one must visit in their lifetime, at least once. The traffic, city subways, animated people and iconic landmarks are a few of the things that make New York City so lively. I was raised in a small city in Connecticut, which was a short 45 minute train ride into Grand Central, when I was bored I would visit the city of lights. Living so close to New York made me used to the city. I didn’t know why people made such a big deal about visiting, but when I would take trips into the city, I would fall in love with the city every time. I realized I was fortunate to have lived so close. New York is like no other city I have visited. It is the city of dreams, love and opportunities. I’ve listed a few activities to do while in New York, I hope you find it helpful.
10:00 A.M– Don’t forget to eat Breakfast (Buvette is a great spot)
12:00 P.M – Brooklyn Bridge (Take tons of pics)
1:00 P.M – Brooklyn Bridge Park (Great view of New York Skyline)
2:00 P.M – DUMBO Park (Check out the Dumbo Sign)
3:00 P.M– National September 11 Memorial & Museum (HRS:7:30 A.M-9 P.M)
9:00 A.M– Eat Breakfast!
11:00 P.M– Statue of Liberty (8:30 A.M – 4:00 A.M, order tickets online)
2:00 P.M- Empire State Building (8 A.M – 2 A.M)
5:00 A.M -Flat Iron Building & Bryant Park
6:00 P.M – Dinner at the “Sugar Factory American Brasserie”
9:00 A.M – Brooklyn Museum (11:00 A.M-6PM)
11:00 A.M- Chelsea Market
1:00 P.M- Central Park
3:30 P.M- Wall Street
4:30 P.M- Black Tap Burgers (Awesome Milkshakes)
7:00 P.M– Time Square
8:00 P.M- Catch a Broadway show (My favorite is “The Lion King”)
And If you have a little extra time before you catch your flight, consider these activities
9:00 A.M- Breakfast at Brooklyn Bagel & Coffee Company
1:30 P.M- Canal Street (Great place to buy souvenirs for family and friends)
4:00 P.M- Pack your bags and head to the airport
Until we meet again, New York!