Once again, I’d like to share my schedule with those who are planning their own trip to the amazing city of New York.
It was a wonderful city with so many amazing things to see, it’s quite the job to narrow it down.
Here is my own schedule, mixed around a little to be more convenient for you.
Of course, I spent a lot of time with old and new friends so if you aren’t visiting anyone or are an early riser you might find yourself with extra time.
Not to fear, New York is a city with plenty to offer and there are many more things to do besides the things listed here!
I hope you find my schedule useful and informative when planning your own amazing trip!
Natural History Museum
Really great museum with a lot to see. It’s a calm but intellectual way to start the day ^.^
Keep in mind for rainy days!
Children (2-12): $12.50
Seniors/Students with ID: $17
Lunch at Shake Shack
It’s right behind the Museum and it’s delicious!
I’m a big fan of the chocolate milkshake!!!
Central Park is so beautiful and wonderful it’s a great start or add on to any day you may have some extra time!
It’s also so big you just might spend hours and get lost!
Some of the great things it has to offer is:
-Alice in Wonderland
Go see a musical!
-There are so many to choose from!
Be sure to research student rush tickets and drawings for cheaper prices!
A great walk that has some really amazing photo opportunities!
Day or night, it’s a beautiful walk.
A lovely diner in Brooklyn at Rucola
190 Dean St (corner of Bond St), Brooklyn, NY, 112
Phone: 718 576 3209
8 AM – 11:30 AM Breakfast
11:30 AM – 4 PM Lunch
5:30 PM – Midnight Dinner
Saturday – Sunday
10 AM – 4 PM Brunch
5:30 PM – Midnight Dinner
Another fun place to see during the day or night is Times Square.
It’s a great place to get a bite to eat, shop for souvenirs, or just shop!
A great place to not just eat but drink!
The Hell’s kitchen area is filled with great bars and clubs!
Have a fun night out!!!!
If you have kids or just a fun side go ice skating!
If not at least take a picture.
Top of the Rock
A great view and one I recommend over the Empire State Buiding.
Why? Well the Empire State Building is one of those building you want IN your picture! haha.
Be sure to reserve your tickets ahead of time or earlier that day.
Child (6-12) $18.00
Senior (62+) $27.00
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
A breathtaking Cathedral that any person of any religion could appreciate. Wether you are Catholic or not you can really appreciate the architecture and beauty of this Cathedral. And these are just the doors!
Tourists can view the Cathedral at any of it’s open hours including during mass times!
Even though I recommend the view from the Top of the Rock I still appreciate the architecture in this building.
Grand Central Station
This is a location that movie-goers just can’t miss. There have been SO many scenes filmed.
And if your not? Well it’s quite beautiful. I’m saying this about a lot of places but it’s true.
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
You can’t NOT go!!!!!
Of course, one of the biggest icons of New York is the Statue of Liberty and it must not be missed.
Starting at $18.00 the tours include transportation to the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and back to the port.
If you are interested in going up the statue and into the crown you need to buy your tickets about a month in advance.
Possibly more if you are going during the high season.
-The Traveling Kimchi