Browse the Metropolitan Museum of Art:
The Metropolitan Museum of Art was started in the year 1872 and is spread over an area of 2,000,000 square feet. This is the world’s biggest art museum which displays more than 2 million art works which have been segregated into 19 departments which are American decorative arts, American paintings and sculpture, Arms and armor, European sculpture and decorative arts, Arts of Africa, Musical instruments, Oceania, and the Americas, Egyptian art, European paintings, Islamic art, Robert Lehman Collection, Libraries, Ancient Near Eastern art, Medieval art, Medieval art, Photographs, The Costume Institute, Greek and Roman art and Roof Garden.
Have a walk in the Central Park:
This is a public park of the New York City which is located at Manhattan. This park was established in the year 1857 which is spread over 843 acres. Many people visit this park every day to get relieved from their tired daily routine. This park has a record of 35 million a year. One can spend hours together here in the fresh nature that it offers.
Visit the St. Patrick’s Cathedral:
This church is located in the fifth avenue in the mid town Manhattan. This massive Roman Catholic Church was built in the year 1878 in the neo gothic architecture which can accommodate two thousand two hundred people. This church was crafted by most of the world’s famous craftsmen. The key attraction in this church is, it has a grand gallery organ which has five thousand nine hundred eighteen pipes and a combined organ which has nine thousand eight thirty eight pipes.
Sail on the Staten Island Ferry:
The Staten Island Ferry is being operated since eighteen seventeen. These ferry services sail between the city of boroughs of Manhattan and Staten Island and this is the ideal way for sightseeing where you can have a wonderful look at the buildings. These services are offered 24×7 all through the year.
Pay Respect at the 9/11 Memorial:
This is located in the New York City where the former World Trade Center stood. This place was build in the memory of all those who lost their lives in the attack on the World Trade Center. It even have a museum which showcases the attack and pictures of all those who were killed here.
Visit the Museum of Jewish Heritage:
The Museum of Jewish Heritage was started in the year 1997 and is geographically located in the Lower Manhattan. This is basically a memorial built in the memory of all the 6 million Jews who died in the world war two. This museum was built on the prominent bible quotes “There Is Hope for Your Future” and “Remember, Never Forget”
Get tickled at the Comedy Cellar :
This is the oldest comedy clubs of Manhattan which was started by Bill Grundfest who was a former standup comedian. Each show lasts for twenty minutes which are truly hilarious. The show schedules are 2 shows each night from Sunday to Thursday, 3 on Friday and 4 on Saturday.