Things To Do in NYC: One World Observatory, Central Park, High Line, and More

By: Roni Leider  |  December 17, 2021

By Roni Leider, Staff Writer

There are countless things to experience in New York City, and here are just a few!

     1. One World Observatory

Located on Fulton street in Downtown Manhattan, the One World Observatory attracts people of all ages to see an incredible, breathtaking view of New York City from 102 stories up.

Where: 85 Fulton Street New York, NY 10007-0089

Price: from $41.37

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     2. Central Park

With free admission, Central Park is beautiful to walk around at all times of year. There is extensive scenery within the park, which attracts visitors from around the world..

Where: Runs from 59th Street to 110th Street

Price: Free

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     3. High Line

This elevated linear park is the perfect place to take a stroll. There are numerous vending options throughout the park, and the entire area is surrounded by New York City’s towering skyscrapers.

Where: It runs from Gansevoort Street to 34th Street on the West Side of Manhattan

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     4. Chelsea Market

After walking the highline, Chelsea market is a great place to grab a bite or to browse through unique stores and window shops.

Where: 75 9th Ave New York, NY 10011

Price: Free

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     5. Starbucks Reserve

With only 43 locations worldwide, the Starbucks Reserve provides coffee lovers with a delicious experience.

Where: 61 9th Ave New York, NY 10011

Price: Varies

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      6. Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience

This art exhibited completely immerses the participant into a world full of the works of Van Gogh. 

Where: 300 Vesey St 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10282

Price: Prices vary, student ticket $21.50

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