Times Square

Times Square

The neon-lit entertainment square of New York represents the real glitz of the city in a square now world famous for it’s sights. Here you’ll find Toys ‘R’ Us, the largest toystore in America, along with star-studded Madame Tussauds and a plethora of entertainment venues, high street stores and cultural delights.

Top Of The Rock

Top of The Rock

The “Observation Deck” atop the Rockefeller Center is one of the newest city experiences on offer. Ride aboard a glass ceiling sky shuttle, which ascends to the 70th floor observation deck – offering uninterrupted “open-air” views of the city. As you descend back down to the lobby, hop off for a look around several storeys of fascinating history, art and multi-media exhibits telling the story of the Center from build to present day.

Richmond Town

Richmon Town

The open-air museum that is Historic Richmond Town, represents the fascinating heritage and culture of Staten Island in her bygone years. Comprising over 100 acres and 30 historic buildings, you’ll really feel like you’ve stepped back in time, as actors in period costume go about their daily work. View a variety of traditional trades including printing, blacksmithery and weaving, or browse the museum, which houses fascinating costumes and artifacts dating back to the 17th Century.

Statue of Liberty National Monument

Statue of Liberty National Monument

Gifted to the United States by the French, the Statue of Liberty represents all that Americans now hold dear – political freedom, economic growth and future prosperity. Explore the Liberty Museum within the memorial’s base for a fascinating glimpse into the engineering and composition of the great structure, and then ascend to the crown for panoramic views to rival even the Empire State.