St. Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the most famous churches in New York City. It’s also the largest Neo-Gothic Catholic church in the United States.
Rockefeller Plaza is a New York skyscraper that you cannot miss. Not only is it huge, but it’s the site for all kinds of activities and attractions.
The Chrysler Building is easily recognizable thanks to its 125-foot steel spire, and while it’s no longer the tallest building in NYC, it’s still impressive, at 1,050 feet tall.
With 102 floors, this famous tower in New York is one of the tallest structures in the Big Apple, at 1,454 feet.
The Flatiron Building is one of the coolest buildings in New York City. This impressive structure is 285 feet tall, yet at its narrowest part, it’s just 6.5 feet wide, creating a 25° angle.
This iconic train terminal is over 100 years old and today, sees nearly a million people pass through it daily.
Located on the Upper East Side, it’s part of the 20th-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Located next to Bryant Park, this research library and National Historic Landmark boasts over two million books and incredible Beaux-Arts-style architecture.
Odds are, you’ve seen the Plaza Hotel on the big screen. This luxurious building in NYC has appeared in several movies.
It’s one of NYC’s best observation decks, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering 360° views over Manhattan.