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Many of New York City’s signature snapshots are of Manhattan. There’s an amazing array of things to see and do here, and they all fit into the smallest borough of the City. See a Broadway show in Midtown, browse through the stalls of Chinatown, duck into warehouses converted to art galleries in Chelsea or warm up with a drink and some dancing at clubs and bars on the Lower East Side. Wherever you look, Manhattan is full of energy and adventure. No matter what your interest—arts, culture, entertainment or shopping—this borough serves it up at every turn. So take a walk, ride the subway, hop a bus or hail a taxi and start exploring—Manhattan’s classic images are even more magical up close.

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Central Park
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central park

This remarkable New York City green space is full of attractions and surprises.

Chelsea
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chelsea

Rollicking bars and a rock 'n' roll past meet gourmet eats and fine shopping in the gallery-rich West 20s.

Chinatown
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chinatown

The thriving immigrant community gives visitors access to wares and culinary delights from far-flung locales.

East Harlem and El Barrio
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east harlem/el barrio

This diverse neighborhood is packed with culture, cuisine and character.

East Village
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east village

Dive bars, coffee shops, vintage fashion, history, alternative theater and more await in this nabe.

Flatiron District
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flatiron district

With a wide variety of retailers and nightlife options and a similarly diverse array of restaurants, this historic 'hood provides visitors enough activities for an entire trip.

Gramercy
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gramercy

NYC's most exclusive park is surrounded by stunning architecture, great food and live music.

Guide to Harlem
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harlem

Head uptown to visit gallery spaces, new boutiques and dining hotspots.

Guide to Hell's Kitchen
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hell's kitchen

This Midtown neighborhood is a haven for arts of all stripes, from theatrical to culinary.

Guide to Koreatown
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koreatown

Midtown's Korean neighborhood features an electric mix of dining, shopping and relaxation.

Guide to the Lower East Side
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lower east side

Explore remnants of an immigrant past, check out contemporary art and up-and-coming bands, and visit the boutiques, bars and restaurants in this downtown neighborhood.

Guide to Lower Manhattan
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lower manhattan

Satisfy cravings for culture, cuisine, shopping and investment alike with a visit downtown.

Meatpacking District
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meatpacking district

This neighborhood is, well, packed with trendy eats, alternative art and designer fashion.

Midtown
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midtown

Iconic attractions like the Empire State Building, Times Square and Broadway are just some of what you'll find in this comprehensive guide to Midtown culture, dining, shopping and more.

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nolita and little italy

These two cozy, contiguous neighborhoods offer singularly excellent dining and shopping.

SoHo
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soho

Shopping, culture and cronuts are just a few of this neighborhood's draws.

Times Square
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times square

Find out everything you've ever wanted to know—and didn't even think to ask—about the "Crossroads of the World."

TriBeCa
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tribeca

Get to know this downtown neighborhood—from eateries like The Odeon and Macao Trading Company to hotspots like Tribeca Grand Hotel, Brandy Library and more.

Must-See Upper East Side
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upper east side

Head to the UES for Museum Mile, the Central Park Zoo, Madison Avenue shops and some of the City's best sushi.

Must-See Upper West Side
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upper west side

Sitting between Central and Riverside Parks, the Upper West Side offers culture and family fun just minutes from the heart of Manhattan.

Washington Heights
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washington heights

Discover nightlife, culture, sweeping waterfront views and Dominican cuisine uptown.

Must-See Washington Square
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washington square

Vegetarian food, live comedy, vinyl shopping and one of the City's liveliest parks await in Greenwich Village.

Must-See Washington Square
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west village

A full spectrum of cultural and gastronomic offerings characterize this cozy downtown neighborhood.


Winter Highlights:
Children’s Museum of the Arts | cmany.org | 212-274-0986
Kids love this enormous play and learning center in SoHo.

Macy’s Herald Square | macys.com | 212-695-4400
Nine floors of shopping in the heart of Midtown, plus café-style and sit-down dining.

Radio City Music Hall | radiocity.com | 212-247-4777
The famous art deco performance hall is home to the Rockettes and dazzling shows.

Stone Street | downtownny.com
Walk NYC’s first paved street, now lined with restaurants and bars.

United Nations | visit.un.org | 212-963-8687
Tour the international headquarters of member states of the intergovernmental organization.

For more information, visit mbpo.org.

related venues/(5)

  1. 1
    Children's Museum of the Arts
    103 Charlton St.
    Manhattan – SoHo
    NY 10014
  2. 2
    Macy's Herald Square
    151 W. 34th St.
    Manhattan – Midtown West
    NY 10001
  3. 3
    Radio City Music Hall
    1260 Sixth Ave.
    Manhattan – Midtown West
    NY 10020
  1. 4
    Stone Street Tavern
    52 Stone St.
    Manhattan – Financial District
    NY 10004
  2. 5
    United Nations
    First Ave. at 47th St.
    Manhattan – Midtown East
    NY 10017

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