Hollywood isn’t the only heaven for movie lovers. Film buffs will recognize several areas of New York City from their favorite flicks, some of which are total classics. Follow our Movie Lover’s Scavenger Hunt for a fun, completely free way to spend a day in NYC. See if you can find them all!
What do electric shock kisses, LinkedIn, and the Great Depression have in common? The Empire State Building! Read on to find out little known facts, tid-bits, and advice to viewing one of New York's most unique structures.
The Empire State Building is one of NYC’s most famous and beloved landmarks. Many people know that it was once the largest skyscraper in the world, but they don’t know much else about the Empire State Building’s rich history. Read on to learn more about this famous skyscraper and why both tourists and native New Yorkers should visit it at least once in their lives.
Ghosts, Murderers & Friendly Spirits: Visit These New York City Haunts If You Dare!
New York City is most iconic in the fall. Year-round city dwellers and travelers alike revel in the gorgeous Central Park scenery, pumpkin spice flavored everything, and sweater weather. But as the NYC nights get longer, NYC takes a bit of a darker turn, serving as the perfect setting for all the haunted history you can handle. Here are five spooktacular New York landmarks that will haunt and delight seekers of the macabre any time of year.
How To See The Statue Of Liberty, A Bit Of History & Other Reasons The Lady Is So Awesome
Let's face it, seeing the Statue of Liberty is on everyone's list. Aside from being a world-famous beacon of hope and the symbol of freedom, Lady Liberty is basically America's mascot. You just can't visit New York City and not catch a glimpse of her. Of course, just a glimpse would hardly do the Lady any justice. No one ever brags to their friends "yeah, I looked at the Statue of Liberty, it was a'ight." Nope. People who make the trip out to see her, really see her, are excited about it, moved by it, and left in awe of her presence. But why?