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Empire State Building
350 Fifth Ave.
Midtown West, NY
The tallest building in New York City, was completed in 1931 during the great depression, and stood almost empty for some time. Today, it's host to millions of visitors a year, most of whom ride to the fenced-in Observation Deck just a short distance from the building's top. The popular New York Skyride is launched from the mezzanine with Star Trek's Scottie (James Doohan) as the guide. The Skyride simulates a rooftop flight over the city.
Staten Island Ferry
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues
Following a temporary move to Queens and a total renovation of the Manhattan facility, the foremost collection of modern art in the world is now completely reinstalled for the latest series of exhibitions. The MoMA draws on both its iconic masterpieces and newly installed contemporary works to explore the birth and growth of modernism.
The 100,000 pieces of art
include household objects, photography, graphic design, conceptual art, and
industrial design, primarily from the late 19th century and the first half of
the 20th century. Works of art feature postimpressionists through
See the early
groundbreaking work of Picasso, Matisse, CÚzanne, Monet, van Gogh and many other