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A tour of some of the lesser known destinations and attractions in the city that never sleeps. …

A tour of some of the lesser known destinations and attractions in the city that never sleeps.
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  • 1. 48 hours in New York City A tour of some of the lesser known destinations and attractions in the city that never sleeps Source: Mygola.com
  • 2. Day 1 The Sphere New York Originally commissioned for the World Trade Center, The Sphere stood between the Twin Towers in Austin Tobin Plaza from 1971 until the 9/11 attacks. The 25 foot high bronze by Fritz Koenig was meant to symbolize world peace through world trade, and rotated once ever 24 hours. It ...
  • 3. Day 1 Brooklyn Fare New York At Brooklyn's only restaurant with three coveted Michelin stars, local star chef César Ramirez and his souschefs offer a culinary performance during three nightly seatings. At each, 20 dainty, often seafood-focused concoctions are presented to 18 diners seated at a semicircular ...
  • 4. Day 1 Macy's - Brooklyn New York The world’s largest department store covers most bases with clothing furnishings kitcheware sheets cafes hair salons and even a branch of the Metrpolitan Museum of Art gift store. It’s more 'mid-priced' than 'exclusive', with mainstream labels and big-name cosmetics. Plus rid ...
  • 5. Day 1 Villa Pacri New York Villa Pacri Ristorante is a fine dining Italian restaurant in the trendy Meatpacking District located above its more casual sister restaurant, La Gazzetta. The venue features classic dishes including La Burrata imported from the Puglia region of Italy, Gli Gnocchi with white lamb ...
  • 6. Day 1 High Line Park New York The High Line, Manhattan’s newest and most inventive park, runs 30 feet above street level on a former freight rail line. Where milk, meat and raw materials once trundled by, trendy New York now chats and chills, enjoying marvelous views over the Hudson River. The High Line’ ...
  • 7. Day 1 Westway Diner - Hell's Kitchen NYC New York Established in 1988, Westway Diner is a family owned and operated restaurant. Well-known as a local favorite, you will always see a familiar face enjoying the food and the atmosphere, especially the murals alongside one wall that reflect life in the “Big Apple.” Open 24/7, We ...
  • 8. Day 1 Marseille New York Lively and casual with open, high ceilings and a tiled floor that creates a Casablanca-like ambience, this restaurant, named after the port city in France, features the food of that city, including its North African influences. That means you’ll find such entrees as Moroccan ch ...
  • 9. Day 1 Apollo Theater New York Built in 1914, this legendary Harlem theater launched or abetted the careers of countless musical icons— including Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Count Basie, and Aretha Franklin. It also played a vital role in the development and worldwide popul ...
  • 10. Day 2 Welcome To Harlem New York The legendary borough of Harlem has been a famous name in New York City since the 1920s, when it was dubbed the 'black capital of the world'. Today Harlem is an increasingly gentrified area of classic brownstone townhouses, iconic jazz clubs, churches, cultural centers, cocktail ...
  • 11. Day 2 Apollo Theater New York Built in 1914, this legendary Harlem theater launched or abetted the careers of countless musical icons— including Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Count Basie, and Aretha Franklin. It also played a vital role in the development and worldwide popul ...
  • 12. Day 2 Memorial Baptist Church New York One of the most ornate structures in Harlem, this church kicked off its life in 1913 as the Regent Theatre, one of the country's early movie palaces that replaced the nickelodeons. Its elaborately columned and arched facade loosely resembles the Doges' Palace in Venice. The Regen ...
  • 13. Day 2 Amy Ruth's New York Established in 1998, this always-jumpin’ Harlem joint offers delicious home-cooked cuisine in a casual atmosphere. When New Yorkers debate which of the City’s soul-food restaurants serves up the best authentic Southern cuisine, Amy Ruth’s is always included in the discussio ...
  • 14. Day 2 New Museum New York This recent addition to the neighborhood, the New Museum of Contemporary Art is a sight to behold: a seven-story stack of off-kilter, white, ethereal boxes, designed by Tokyo-based architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA and the New York–based firm Gensler. It was ...
  • 15. Day 2 Museum of the Moving Image - NYC New York The museum reopened after a 3-year, $67 million renovation that doubled its size to a capacious 98,000 square feet. The museum is built on the site of Astoria Studio, and this part of Queens was where many of the early American films were made. This is an amazing place that, as i ...
  • 16. Day 2 Governor's Island New York Governor's Island is a fabulous NYC experience that is unique and rather  "un NYC"  It provides an experience that is off the beaten path, is fresh and a wonderful outing that starts as soon as you board the ferry.  It feels like you are ambling through a smal ...
  • 17. Day 2 Top of the Rocks At Rockefeller New York Center This is nowhere near as crowded as the Empire State Building. and the views are far more superior than from the Empire. Top of the Rock is a 3-tiered observation deck on the 67th, 69th, and 70th floors of Rockefeller Centre. Once up to the viewing decks, the first two levels have ...
  • 18. Thank You! Check out this itinerary here. http://www.mygola.com/48-hours-in-new-york-city/i10 Mygola.com Largest collection of real travelers' itineraries. Create custom trip in 15 minutes.