Liberty Science Center

Inquisitive children and parents engage in hands-on discovery and fun with models and exhibits centered around such topics as the environment, health and invention. The facility also contains the Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium and LSC Giant Dome Theater and the Joseph D. Williams 3-D Science Theater.

Hours: M-F 9 am-4 pm, Sa-Su 9 am-5:30 pm

General admission: $22.75 adults, $18.75 children ages 2-12

Loudest Yeller Bicycle Tours

This guided bike tour is a fun way to see the city and learn about NYC through storytelling. Loudest Yeller uses bright yellow Brooklyn Bicycle Co. bikes and provides helmets (though feel free to bring your own!) for a safe ride. Rain or shine, up to 16 people can take a tour at a time and all guides have their NYC Sightseeing Guide Licenses. Tours are currently available by reservation only.

Hours: Living City Day Tour begins at 11:00am (daily) and lasts 4.5 hours; Two Bridges Night Bike Tour (nightly) begins at 7:00pm and lasts 4 hours.

Admission: $45 per person

Louis Armstrong House Museum

Extravagantly decorated by his wife, Lucille, the house in which Satchmo lived for nearly 30 years is now a museum dedicated to one of the most influential figures in jazz history. Escorted tours (40 mins) are offered on the hour (last tour at 4 pm).

Hours: Tu-F 10 am-5 pm, Sa-Su noon-5 pm

Admission: $10 adults, $7 seniors (65+)/students/children, children under 5 free

Madame Tussauds New York

The 85,000-square-foot NYC incarnation of the British-based wax attraction features lifelike sculptures of sports legends, political figures, musical icons and entertainment A-listers, plus Ghostbusters: Dimension, a hyper-reality experience; Marvel Super Heroes 4-D Experience, including interactive areas, wax figures and a film adventure; and Madame Tussauds New York Presents Broadway, a new interactive exhibition. Photo ops abound and selfies are encouraged.

Standard Hours: Su-Th 9 am-10 pm, F-Sa 9 am-midnight. Standard admission: $34

Madison Square Park

In the shadow of the Flatiron Building, this 6.2-acre park hosts concerts and events, public art installations, a dog run and the popular outdoor café, Shake Shack.

Manhattan by Sail

Public sails and private charters on elegant ships accommodate up to 150 people and feature seating, a full bar and raised decks for great views of the city. Departure times and prices vary.

Masonic Hall

This historic structure, built in 1873,  is an exquisite series of rooms, including the Corinthian Room, which includes handwrought plaster details set  in gilt and vibrant colors. The hall is operated by the Trustees of the Masonic Hall and Home, and is headquarters of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of New York and The Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Library and Museum. Tours are free and are conducted M-Sa, 10:30 am and 2:15 pm.

Merchant’s House Museum

As the city’s only 19th-century family home that has been preserved intact, both inside and out, the house is steeped in the rich history of Old New York, when the family of prosperous hardware merchant Seabury Tredwell resided here. The furnishings, decorative objects, clothing and personal memorabilia on display are all original. Visitors can tour the museum’s period rooms on their own or join a guided 45-minute tour at 2 pm (Th at 2 & 6:30 pm). 

Hours: Th noon-8 pm, F-M noon-5 pm

MetLife Stadium

Home to both of New York's 2017-2018 National Football League franchises, the New York Jets and the New York Giants. 


Housed in what was once a public school, this affiliate of the Museum of Modern Art presents exhibits of up-and-coming artists. Restaurant and bookshop on the premises. 

Hours: Th-M noon-6 pm

Suggested admission: $10 adults, $5 seniors (65+)/students, age 16 and under free


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