Perched on top of the Rockefeller Center, visiting Top Of The Rock is one of the best things to do in Manhattan if you love a good view.
Okay, so the Vessel is one of the newer art installations in New York. Perched in Hudson’s Yard (not too far from Hell’s Kitchen) it’s a sight to behold.
Not too far from the Empire State Building, the Morgan Library was once the private library on JP Morgan.
Although Manhattan is only one of five boroughs in New York, it has a treasure trove of different areas to explore.
Now, you might be wondering why I’d say to see a train station when recommending the best things to do in Manhattan?
Take a stroll across the Bridge, over to Brooklyn and get some gorgeous views of Manhattan and the wider city itself.
After the awful events of 9/11, you can’t really miss a visit to pay your respects to the 9/11 Memorial Site.
Love it or hate it, Time Square is an iconic part of Manhattan and one place everyone has to see once.
Take a wander around the route and stop off at some of the cities best places for food, too.
Often said to be the lungs of New York, Central Park is an iconic part of Manhattan and a place that’s easy to enjoy.
Probably one of the most famous skyscrapers in the world, seeing the Empire State Building is pretty hard to miss.