Everyone loves a visit to New York City, but not everyone can make it an eventful one. Encountering the Big Apple, the big city known all over the world, may be overwhelming for some. It’s okay, because luckily the many who have visited created guides and, in this case, a bucket list to all the activities one can and should do to maximize their stay. Here are some of the 101 things to do in NYC next time you pay a visit to the great city.
Topping off, a stroll along the Brooklyn Bridge is essential, try it out at night to capture the breathtaking city luminous skyline, because that is how the city is meant to look like. Besides visiting the well known Empire State building, one should be sure to visit the Chrysler building as well, as it holds just as much history as the latter.
The Flat Iron is known by many as among the first skyscrapers in the world and offers views and history alike. On Wednesday the Bronx Zoo, one of the most renowned zoos in the world, is open all day for free, so pay a visit for this priceless experience. If you’re still in Midtown after visiting the Empire state building, go explore Grand Central station and check out its whispering walls.
A trek through Greenwich village is a must as well as Soho and the many differents arts and stores centered there. Squeeze your way through the continuously bustling Time Square into the roaring streets of Chinatown to pick up some mid-noon Dim-Sum. A list of 101 things to do in NYC could never be complete without catching a Broadway show at night and venture back through the Brooklyn bridge into Dumbo, Brooklyn. Come in contact with the true hipster vibe of the biggest borough, Brooklyn, by trekking through Williamsburgh and getting an early morning iced coffee and bagel.
On a rainy day be sure to check out museum lane in Manhattan, picking up views at the Met and the Museum of Natural History to keep dry and still educated. After the sky clears up, pick up a loved one or a random stranger on the street and stroll through the winding walkways at Central Park, try to get a guided tour on a horse carriage while you’re at it too.
Easing into the evening time, take a stroll around Coney Island boardwalk and take the Wonderwheel and the Cyclone out for a spin, just wait an hour or two if you decided to eat a few of Nathan’s famous hotdogs first. There are plenty more fun activities to accomplish; plan accordingly and make the most out of it.