UNESCO World Heritage Site in New York City

New York City has several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. For UNESCO World Heritage Site enthusiasts and perfectionists, here are five must-visit sites in New York.

STATUE OF LIBERTY

STATUE OF LIBERTY is the New York City has the first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Inscribed on the list in 1984, its name means Liberty Enlightening the World.

THE GUGGENHEIM

The Guggenheim is designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in his organic style and was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2019.

BROOKLYN BRIDGE

Connecting Manhattan Island and Long Island, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the iconic landmarks of New York City. The 486.3-metre hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge was built in 1883.

ELLIS ISLAND

Ellis Island is a tiny island full of history—an immigrant inspection station, a military installation, a detention center for immigrants, a wartime prison, and a hospital.

CENTRAL PARK

The park has a lake, nature sanctuary, reservoir, meadows, rink, carousel, zoo, mall, and theater to name a few, and it would take at least two hours on foot at a leisurely pace to see everything.

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