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From the Upper West side to Greenwich Village, there is something for everyone who visits or lives in New York City. Just north of Columbia is Harlem, a neighborhood rich in history and culture. Continuing down Broadway to midtown are the recognizable, dazzling neon signs of Times Square – the epicenter of Broadway's theater community. Further down on Broadway is Chelsea with its myriad of trendy galleries and chic bars. For a change of scenery there is Central Park (from 59th to 110th) as well as Riverside Park (from 72nd to 124th). The options are many and varied, so we've compiled some possibilities to aid you in taking full advantage of the city that never sleeps.

Tours


Washington Heights

Entertainment Spaces

Museums


Harlem

Clubs

Entertainment Spaces

Museums

Performance Spaces


Morningside Heights

Landmarks

Monuments

Museums

Parks


Upper West Side

Clubs

Entertainment Spaces

Landmarks

Museums

Performance Spaces


Upper East Side

Entertainment Spaces

  • Central Park
    • Belvedere Castle
    • The Boathouse
    • Carousel
    • Central Park Zoo
    • Conservatory Garden
    • Declacorte Theater (Shakespeare in the Park)
    • Sheep Meadow
    • Wollman Rink

Museums


Midtown

Clubs

Entertainment Spaces

Landmarks

Museums

Performance Spaces


Chelsea

Entertainment Spaces

Galleries

Performance Spaces


Greenwich Village

Clubs

Entertainment Spaces

Landmarks


East Village

Clubs

Performance Spaces


Soho

Entertainment Spaces

Galleries


Tribeca

Clubs

Entertainment Spaces


Financial District

Landmarks

Monuments

Museums