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  • 300 New York

    Pier 60/23rd & W. Side Highway New York, NY 10011

  • Astroland Amusement Park

    Astroland Amusement Park

    1000 Surf Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11224
    718-265-2100 Billed as New York Cityas largest amusement park, which isnat that impressive considering it's the only amusement park, Astroland is home to the World Famous Cyclone. Built in 1927, the all-wooden roller-coaster appears on most Top 10 ride lists. Hours: April 9-June 11 Sat & Sun noon-early evening; June 16-September 4, noon-late evening More >>


    163 Varick St. New York, NY 10013

  • Bodies ... The Exhibition

    Bodies ... The Exhibition

    S. St. Seaport New York, NY 10038

  • The Bronx Zoo

    2300 Southern Boulevard (at 182nd Street) Bronx, NY 10460
    718-220-5100 The Bronx Zoo is not some bizarre city zoo where they keep cows and sheep because the city kids have never seen them. Itas a real zoo, and it is well-done and beautifully planned. Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat, Sun, & Holidays 10am-5:30pm More >>

  • Brookfield Place Plaza

    200 Vesey St. New York, NY 10281

  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    1000 Washington Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11225
    718-623-7200 Right next to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a verdant escape from the pulsing, postlapsarian havoc of the city. The 52-acre garden is a seductive expanse of wisteria-covered pergolas, towering oaks, flowering crab apple trees, and a vivid palette of exotic flora. Stroll through the Cranford Rose Garden and smell the heady perfume of hybrid tea roses, or walk to the overlook and its panoramic view. The most enticing section of the park is the recently restored Japanese hill and pond framed with weeping willows and a majestic torii that's painted an electric vermilion. The Garden's Steinhardt Conservatory also houses a temperature-controlled rainforest full of banana trees, philodendrons, and other waxy-leafed plants. Take the 2 or the 3 train to the Grand Army Plaza stop. Hours: April-September,Tue-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat & Sun 10am-6pm; October-March, Tue-Fri 8am-4:30pm, Sat & Sun 10am-4:30pm More >>

  • Cadman Plaza‎

    75 Henry St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Caesar's Casino & Resort

    2100 Pacific Ave. Atlantic City, NJ 08401

  • Carroll Park

    275 A Wycoff St. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Central Park, Zoo

    Central Park, Zoo

    830 5th Ave. @65 St. New York, NY 10021
    212-439-6500 Manhattan's small but beloved menagerie is nestled within Central Park's southeast corner. Opened in the 1860s, it was the city's first zoo and has become a popular landmark since. Among its many species on view it features a chilled penguin house, an indoor rainforest, and most recently a snow leopard exhibit. It's central location is ideal for tourists, close in proximity to sights like the Plaza Hotel and the fancier stretch of Fifth Avenue stores. For families with children its just a short hop to FAO Schwarz or the park's playground. More >>

  • Chelsea Piers

    Chelsea Piers

    62 Chelsea Piers New York, NY 10011
    212-336-6666 Just because it is located in Chelsea does not automatically make this place expensive. With golf, roller skating, ice skating, batting cages, climbing, bowling, and a large pool, the possibilities are endless. There is even a spa, dining, TV studios . . . really, there is no reason not to go. Hours: Daily hours vary More >>

  • Chinatown Fair Arcade

    8 Mott St. New York, NY 10013-5001

  • Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises

    Pier 83 New York, NY 10036
    212-563-3200 The Circle Line is perfect during the spring and summer. The weather is nice, which makes the tour enjoyable. It's also not bad during the winter. Why? Because not a lot of people want to be on a boat on the Hudson in 15-degree weather. The rates are cheap, the views are breathtaking, and the guides are funny and well informed. All in all, it is a great deal. Just donat go for a swim. More >>

  • Coney Island

    Coney Island

    1208 Surf Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11224
    718-372-5159 Why Coney Island? Well, there is the hot dog competition, and if you can eat 55 you might be able to win next year. There is the boardwalk and the nasty New York harbor water, but, most importantly, Coney Island has an old school freak show, or sideshow, as they call it. See a sword eater, a bug eater, a contortionist, a mermaid (really just a stripper with a tail), and more! And of course, all those games to win stuffed animals. Hours: Easter-Memorial Day Sat & Sun; Memorial Day-Labor Day Daily; Labor Day-late September Sat & Sun More >>

  • Cube on Astor Place

    Cube on Astor Place

    Astor Place & E. 8th St. New York, NY 10003
    N/A Remember the Alamo? Sure you do. Although you may know it as "that giant cube thing in Astor Place that all the drunk NYU freshman like to shove around during Welcome Week." Yeah, that thing. Alamo, by Tony Rosenthal, was installed by the city in 1967 as part of the "Sculpture and the Environment" program. The rotating statue is the centerpiece of this busy square, and street performers often stage show in its berth. It is a central, convenient meeting place in the East Village, situated right in front of the Cooper Union (and K-Mart) at the entrance to the 6 train. More >>

  • Culinary Historians of New York

    150 W. 80th St. New York, NY 10024

  • Cyclone Coaster

    834 Surf Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11224-2811

  • Dave & Buster

    Dave & Buster's

    234 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036

  • Demo's Wonderwheel Amusement Park

    3059 W. 12th St. Brooklyn, NY 11224
    718-372-2592 Evoking that neighborhood carnival feel, Demo's Wonderwheel has bumper cars, Spook-O-Rama and a somewhat bizarre Ferris wheel (the ride has the traditional rotating cars, but also cars that swing out from the center of the wheel). Beware: the rides here are terrifyingly rickety. Open April to October. More >>

  • Dizzy

    Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

    60th St. & Broadway New York, NY 10023
    212-258-9595 Ahhh, corporate sponsorship at its finest. We love Coca-Cola's dedication to the arts, but to insert your name after bebop great Dizzy Gillespie's clearly trumps all good intention. Wasn't a simple "funded by Coca-Cola" plaque at the front sufficient? What's worse, the club actually charges $3 for the soda, and every visiting musician, from Wycliffe Gordon to Joe Lovano, seems to have to spit out that clunky moniker at the end of every set. "And thank you to Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola." Somewhere up in heaven, John Birks Gillespie just hocked a loog into his Coke. (ZAPPIA) More >>

  • Downtown Manhattan Heliport

    6 E. River Piers New York, NY 10005

  • Dutchess County Tourism

    3 Neptune Road Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

  • East Village Radio

    East Village Radio

    19 First Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-254-7104 At it's inception in 2003, East Village Radio was something of a revolution, and an exceedingly hip one at that: an internet radio station broadcasting out of a storefront on First Avenue passed by about 1,800 pedestrians per hour. Make yourself one of them and you might catch a glimpse of the edgiest new indie act or multi-platinum DJ Mark Ronson hosting his weekly show. It has become the go-to url for a wide variety of musical genres and predictions of the next big thing after the next big thing. In the bar and restaurant-saturated East Village, it's an endemically downtown institution like no other. More >>

  • Eco-Friendly Expo

    401 E. 60th St. New York, NY 10011

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