Here’s the List of NYC Attractions:
1) First Terrorist Attack in the USA.
The chinks in the wall of the Morgan Bank Building on Wall Street, the remnants of the first terrorist attack on US soil—in 1920! (See it on the NY See The Best! & NY See It All! & Premium NY See It All)
2) Truly Experience Ground Zero.
Having a tour guide stand with you and point out all of the points of interest at Ground Zero, including experiencing the 9/11 Memorial in the shadow of the One World Trade building, the relationship of the World Trade Center site to St. Paul’s Chapel, the footprints of the twin towers, and more. (NY See It All! & Premium NY See It All).
5) Grand Central Terminal.
See the main concourse ceiling with its “God View” showing the night sky from above, and the Whispering Gallery (NY See The Best!)
6) Four Tallest Buildings in the World. There are four buildings in NYC that served as the tallest building in the world. Many visitors never notice them. (See them all on the NY See It All! & Premium NY See It All tours)
7) The Ground Zero Cross.
This was the cross of steel girders found by the workers at the WTC site and kept as an on-site memorial. (Premium NY See It All)
9) The Titanic Memorial Lighthouse.
A memorial to the passengers, officers and crew who died when the steamship Titanic sank after collision with an iceberg on April 15, 1912. (NY See It All! & Premium NY See It All)
12) Fall Foliage.
See the gorgeous Palisades, the George Washington Bridge, and the US Military Academy at West Point during the best time of year – fall foliage season! (NY See The Foliage!)
13) The Bishop’s Throne in St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Without this throne, this church could not be called a cathedral. (NY See The Best! Only)
14) The Survivor Tree.
Don’t forget to see the tree that survived the 9/11 attack, then was struck by lightning. It’s a symbol of the resilience of New York City. (NY See It All! & Premium NY See It All)