- A - American Museum of Natural History
A New York institution, this glorious museum has over 40 rooms and was founded in 1869. Step back in time as you visit the museum's research halls and famous library.
- B - Broadway
A trip to New York would not be complete without taking in a show on Broadway. With over 39 theatres there is something for everyone, from the child-friendly to romantic in us all.
- C - Central Park
Often seen in TV & movies Central Park in New York City is the most visited city park in the USA and attracts more than 25 million visitors annually.
- D - Century 21
This store is famous for its brand name reductions often as much as 40% off the regular retail price.
- E - Ellis Island Immigration Museum
This fascinating museum illustrates the immigrant experiences through Ellis Island. From 1892 to 1954 over twelve million immigrants arrived at Ellis Island in a bid to become citizens of the USA.
- F - Empire State Building
One of New York's eternally loved destinations is the 1453 ft skyscraper. For over 40 years it stood as the world's tallest building. Officially opened in 1931 it has remained a New York institution ever since.
- G - FAO Schwarz
Simply one of the most famous toy stores in the world, FAO Schwarz is for the young and young at heart. A trip to New York would not be complete without a visit to this toy wonderland.
- H - Fifth Avenue
Luxury at its finest; Fifth Avenue is one of the busiest shopping streets in the world and counts many famous flagship stores such as Tiffany, Gucci and Cartier.
- I - Ground Zero
One of New York City's most visited sites in modern times. The 16 acre site is both a symbol of loss and heroism.
- J - Macys
This admired US department store has its flagship store in New York City and with over 1 million square feet has been referred to as "the world's largest store".
- K - Madison Avenue
Elegant, classy and refined best describes this avenue which houses, amongst others, Versace, Polo, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, DKNY and Timberland. Beautiful clothes and a great place to people-watch - just don't forget your wallet!
- L - Manhattan Mall
If you prefer to shop indoors then the Manhattan Mall is for you. It is one of only a few indoor malls in New York City.
- M - Rockefeller Center
A much-loved location by New Yorkers and tourists alike, Rockefeller Center boasts cafes, shops, Radio City Music Hall and even an ice skating rink.
- N - Saks Fifth Avenue
One of New York's shopping legacies, Saks Fifth Avenue has been serving New Yorkers and tourists alike since 1824. This flagship store has ten floors of shopper's paradise!
- O - South Street Seaport
Featuring some of New York City's oldest architecture this beautiful area offers restaurants, shopping and scenery galore - but perhaps the South Street Seaport Museum is the area's greatest treasure.
- P - The Statue Of Liberty
Erected in 1886 and one of America's most iconic symbols of freedom this is a must-see for any tourist to New York. It stands over 150 feet above New York harbour. Expect a long line if you want to climb the internal 350 steps.
- Q - Tiffanys
A true New York institution, this iconic jewellery company is known the planet over. So whether you need that special ring or prefer to window-shop, Tiffany's is the place to visit. It is forever etched in our minds thanks to the classic movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's".
- R - Times Square
The exciting area of Times Square is a true New York landmark. It bustles with energy and you can find many of New York's best tours in the area. Times Square offers the best in New York nightlife with many nightclubs, theatres and cinemas in the area.
- S - Union Square Farmers Market
There are year-round farmers markets in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, and Staten Island. These open-air markets offer visitors and residents alike a variety of products directly from suppliers.