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Fall in Manhattan means more than just leaves changing colors in Central Park—it also brings the excitement of a new cultural season. Among the big highlights: the world’s foremost designers debut their new collections at New York Fashion Week; filmmakers gather at Lincoln Center to present their work at the New York Film Festival; philharmonics and smaller ensembles perform at Carnegie Hall; thousands of runners from all over the country take to the streets during the New York City Marathon; and revelers dress up in costume and march through Greenwich Village for the Halloween Parade. Fall is also a great time to simply sightsee: the grand scope of Manhattan is all the more stunning when combined with the season’s vibrant foliage.

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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.

Diamond District
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diamond district

The retailers in this famous NYC neighborhood carry some of the rarest and most expensive jewels in the world.

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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noho

Explore buzz-worthy shops, bars and eateries in this funky neighborhood.

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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.

Union Square
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union square

Here's everything you need to know about the downtown hub, including where to eat, shop and see a show.

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.


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  1. 1
    Central Park
    Central Park West
    Manhattan – Central Park
    NY 10024
  2. 2
    Empire State Building Observatory
    350 Fifth Ave.
    Manhattan – Garment District
    NY 10118
  3. 3
    Grand Central Terminal
    15 Vanderbilt Ave., Hall 2A
    Manhattan – Midtown East
    NY 10017
  1. 4
    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
    70 Lincoln Center Plaza
    Manhattan – Upper West Side
    NY 10023
  2. 5
    Top of the Rock Observation Deck
    30 Rockefeller Plaza
    Manhattan – Midtown West
    NY 10112
  3. 6
    Union Square
    14th St to 17th St
    Manhattan – Union Square
    NY 10003

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