Things to Do in New York City, NY

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Explore the city via an adventure combining the fun of a scavenger hunt with the information of a self-guided tour
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Sports Stadiums (Professional) 4 Penn Plaza, New York City, NY 10001 MoreLess Info
Madison Square Garden, also known as 'The World's Most Famous Arena', is the home of the New York Knicks of the NBA and the New York Rangers of the NHL. This location also hosts concerts and a wide variety of professional wrestling events.
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93% 7363 votes
Libraries 5th Ave and 42nd St, New York City, NY 10018 MoreLess Info
The New York Public Library holds a wide variety of books, periodicals, and movies for visitors to enjoy. This location also hosts a variety of events, including the 'Books at Noon' series and 'The Chef Says'.
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92% 4560 votes
Religious Buildings 460 Madison Avenue, New York City, NY 10022 MoreLess Info
St. Patrick's Cathedral is a Neo-Gothic-style church that was opened in 1910. The location, which also features a gift shop, hosts a concert series and offers mass services over 2,400 times per year.
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92% 9297 votes
Boat Cruise New York City, NY MoreLess Info
The Staten Island Ferry, which opened in 1905, makes 109 trips per day from Staten Island to Lower Manhattan. Each trip lasts around 25 minutes and offers visitors the opportunity to take in views of the surrounding area.
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91% 11120 votes
Architectural Buildings Between 47th and 51th Streets, New York City, NY 10020 MoreLess Info
The Rockefeller Center has 19 buildings on 22 acres including the Radio City Music Hall and the GE Building. The center is surrounded by a flag from each of the countries in the United Nations.
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91% 3861 votes
Shopping Districts New York City, NY MoreLess Info
Fifth Avenue Scottsdale is a downtown area that features a variety of restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, and crafts shops. Visitors who are interested in a location that blends the urban with the suburban will enjoy this site.
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94% 263 votes
Theaters 222 West 52nd Street, New York City, NY 10019 MoreLess Info
New York's Gershwin Theater, which opened in 1972, was designed in the Art Nouveau style. The location has placed hosted to a variety of performances and is the home of the American Theatre Hall of Fame.
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Theaters New York City, NY MoreLess Info
The Barrymore Theater is a 1,028-seat Broadway theatre that first opened in 1928. The location, named after actress Ethel Barrymore, has hosted performances of The Glass Menagerie and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
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Theaters 124 West 43rd Street, New York City, NY 10036 MoreLess Info
The Stephen Sondheim Theatre is a 1,055-seat theatre designed in a neo-classical style in 1918. The location has hosted performances of The Pee-wee Herman Show, Anything Goes, The Trip to Bountiful, and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.
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93% 54 votes
Theaters 131 W. 55th St, New York City, NY 10019 MoreLess Info
The New York City Center is a 2,257-seat Moorish Revival theater that is the permanent home of several major dance companies. The location also hosts the Fall for Dance Festival and the Encores! musical theater series.
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