Visiting New York City can be daunting— so many places and sights to see. We all know of the most famous tourist locations around the city, like the statue of liberty or the empire state building, but are they even close? OneScreen is here to help! Use the app to collect your entire itinerary and see it on the map in real time. Getting around has never been easier. You’ll feel like a real New Yorker when you don’t have to ask for directions the whole long weekend, not even once. Check out our itinerary to visit the city below:
We know, we know, but this one is a staple. Is any New York list truly complete without the one and only Lady Liberty? Head over to Battery Park, where you can catch a ferry to see the statue. Afterwards, kick back and grab a drink by the water at the stylish Pier A.
Another classic, just ask Jay-Z. Get into an Empire State of Mind with one of the best views the city has to offer. The observatory stays open until 2 A.M. so you can check out Gotham at night, all lit up.
This one is a bit of a hike, but we promise it’s worth it. Hop on the subway and head to the bottom of Brooklyn, where you’ll find roller coasters, carnival games and a great beach to chill at. In town for the 4th of July? Head over for the infamous Nathan’s hot dog eating contest. Trust us, you don’t want to miss it.
You’ve seen it, we’ve seen it, but have you walked it? Take a stroll across this wonder and check out some amazing views from high over the east river. Feeling adventurous? Head over to Brooklyn Bridge Park for some kayaking or to take a dip in the pop-up pool!
Smorgasburg is a must-visit for anyone who loves food (let’s be honest, who doesn’t?). Running all day Saturday in WilliamsBURG (hence the name) and Sunday in Prospect Park, this foodie festival offers the trendiest and tastiest foods the big apple has to offer. From spaghetti donuts to churro ice cream sandwiches, Smorgasburg is the perfect place to take in the unbeatable Manhattan skyline and keep your instagram poppin’.
Looking for a little greenery in the concrete jungle? The Highline has you covered. Built on top of a historic freight rail line in Manhattan’s West Side, this park is a natural Shangri-La hanging above the hustle and bustle from Gansevoort Street to West 34th.
You’ve heard of the Met and MOMA, The Museum of Natural History and maybe even the Whitney, but we bet you’ve never heard of the New York Transit Museum. Head out to Brooklyn to check out the extraordinary feats of engineering and ever-evolving technology that is New York’s mass transit system.
Overlooking the Hudson River in northern Manhattan’s Fort Tryon Park, The Met Cloisters— taking its name from the medieval cloisters— is a branch of the museum dedicated to the art, architecture, and gardens of Medieval Europe. Find your garden and some peace of mind when you’re running around the busiest city on earth.
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