Bonus: Metropolitan Museum of Art With over 5,000 years of human history resting inside its walls, the MET is one of New York’s most visited museums.
Beat the crowd and get insider access before the doors open to the public with an Empty Met Tour. Broadway Seeing a show on Broadway has to be one of the best things to do in NYC.
Some of the best spots are on the water, the observation decks, the Brooklyn Bridge, and Governor’s Island. Experience The Holidays Our last two visits to New York City have been over Christmas, and we’re fully convinced that it is one of the most magical times of the year to visit the city.
Perhaps our favorite thing about Central Park is that there’s always something to do, whether it’s free yoga and concerts in the summer or ice skating and building snowmen in the winter.If you purchase your tickets in advance, you can typically find pretty good discounts. Fuerzabruta If Broadway is just too mainstream, then consider seeing—and participating in—Fuerzabruta, Expect dancing, water, neon lights, a plastic bubble, and plenty of ‘wow’ moments at this unique interactive theater event.We didn’t visit so we can’t give a proper review, but this one from the Guardian is definitely intriguing. Photograph The Skyline Dan loves to set out on missions to photograph iconic skylines; if you’re anything like him, then don’t miss snapping at least a few photos of the New York City skyline.This post was last updated on October 13th, 2017 Feel free to add to the list in the comments below, because that’s really what makes these posts so valuable in the end :) 1.Central Park No visit to NYC is complete without a visit to one of the most iconic parks in the world: Central Park.