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Dana Steer of Viceroy New York shares his top picks for public art with Wheretraveler.com's Ask the Expert.

Nothing beats Times Square—it’s a must-visit destination for visitors, and with larger-than-life establishments and illuminated billboards, die-hard New Yorkers are still drawn to its energy. Of course, being in the middle of the hustle and bustle is a great experience, but there are a few high-perched places to take in a scenic view of The Crossroads of the World.

In her 20 years as an NYC concierge (July 19th marks the milestone 21), Polina Roze, senior concierge at the New York Marriott Marquis, has helped plenty of guests plan the perfect Big Apple itinerary while traveling with the kids in tow, from popular attractions like Central Park and the Statue of Liberty to her personal favorites. Check out her recommendations for Top Family Friendly Attractions in NYC at WhereTraveler.com.

From classy to casual, here are a few great places perched atop hotels to grab a drink, a snack, and take in a bird’s-eye view of NYC.

New York City is home to several dance venues all over the city, where you can see everything from ballet to modern dance performances.

Visit WhereTraveler for our Ask the Expert feature! This week, James Lamboglia of The Plaza Hotel shares his recommendations for larger-than-life Broadway musicals.

A trip inside Times Square's Row NYC might leave you feeling as if you’ve taken a tour of New York’s trendy downtown neighborhoods without ever leaving Midtown.

The venerable Carlton Hotel embraces the splendor of the big city.

Visit WhereTraveler for our Ask the Expert feature! This week, Aisha Thomas of Gramercy Park Hotel shares her recommendations for NYC's top picturesque parks.

Visit WhereTraveler for our Ask the Expert feature! This week, Harald Mootz of The St. Regis New York shares his recommendations for rooftop lounges in NYC.

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