Empire State Building⠀
The 102 story building is located on Fifth Avenue between West 33rd and 34th Streets. The main deck is on the 86th floor and the top deck is on 102nd. You will need to buy tickets to go to the top to get your snap. The great thing is, it’s open from 8 am to 2 am 365 days of the year!
Grand Central Station⠀
The station is a railroad terminal located at 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown. It opened in 1871 and is a pinnacle of New York City history.
The triangular building is a 22-story steel-framed building located at 175 Fifth Avenue. It was one of the most innovative buildings of its time and it only took about four months to build once the steel frame was in place. It opened to the public in 1902.
One World Trade Center⠀
Also known as the Freedom Tower, One World Trade Center is the main building of the rebuilt World Trade Center. Currently, it’s the sixth tallest building in the world.
New York Public Library⠀⠀
The New York Public Library is currently the second largest library in the United States with over 53 million items. Take a stroll through the reading room and marvel at the architecture. Patience and Fortitude are the iconic, marble lion statues that guard the outside of the library.
Which of these places would you visit first?