With theaters on every corner and the Broadway shows galore, the Theater District is all bright lights and non-stop action. Take in a must-see show or simply absorb the colorful cast of characters you'll encounter on these Midtown streets.
This bustling hub is synonymous with the big city. Covered in flashing lights and yellow taxi cabs, and inundated with people, this iconic epicenter is the pulse of New York City - and the world.
With its expansive, green lawn in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, Bryant Park offers a welcome reprieve from the hectic city streets and the perfect stage for many of New York City's artists.
The largest art museum in the United States, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is home to thousands of works of art, from the classical to the contemporary, each spanning numerous cultures and civilizations for a collection that remains unmatched.
An Art Deco masterpiece, this complex remains one of the most iconic sights in New York City. Built by philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Jr. in the 1930s, today this 19-building complex is best known for 30 Rock, Radio City Music Hall, and its world-famous ice skating rink.
One of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, this beloved building is one of the true icons of the Manhattan skyline. Built in 1931, the Empire State Building remains one of the greatest feats of American ingenuity.