These five UNESCO sites are a must-visit while in New York. While it will probably take a day to see these sights, it is certainly better to discover the city on a longer journey.
the first UNESCO World Heritage site in New York City. Inscribed on the list in 1984, its name means Liberty Enlightening the World.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is part of the Architecture of the 20th Century by Frank Lloyd Wright UNESCO World Heritage Sites that spans eight buildings. Six states in the United States.
Connecting Manhattan Island and Long Island across the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge is an icon of New York City. The 486.3-metre hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge was built in 1883.
Ellis Island is north of the Statue of Liberty. In fact, it is part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument. It is a small island full of history.
Sprawling 3.41 square kilometers or fifty one city blocks, Central Park is the fifth largest park in New York City—the top spot is taken by Pelham Bay Park in Bronx.