New York Attractions
The New York City attractions that make our city so famous are unlike any other city in the world. Whether you’re interested in history, architecture, celebrities, pop-culture, music, food, theater, art or just about anything else, New York has a rich culture that attracts even the most devout aficionados.
A helicopter ride over NYC is quite an amazing experience, in and of, itself, but the more history and trivia you know about each particular landmark, the more you’ll enjoy your tour. While your tour will be narrated by our seasoned helicopter pilots, here are a few facts you may want to learn about the New York attractions you’ll see, before you take off.
Originally hailed by many as the Eighth wonder of the world. It was the crown jewel of modern ingenuity. It’s one of the world’s most notable structures – gracing everything from postcards and book jackets to advertisements and film screens.
She’s a symbol of freedom. The first site millions of immigrants saw when they arrived in America. A gift from France in 1884, she now receives over 4 million visitors per year.
An amazing 843-acre getaway right in the middle of the Manhattan, it’s the most visited urban park in the United States with over 40 Million visitors per year.
The former World Trade Center towers, destroyed by terrorist on 9/11/2001, it is now a place of solemn remembrance to the 2,999 victims.
Built in just 13 months, it was called the “Seventh Wonder of the World” and was the tallest building in the world for almost 40 years.
Located at Pier 86 at 46th Street in Hell’s Kitchen, The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum showcases some of the most awe-inspiring pieces of maritime and military history in the Nation.
Feverishly constructed during a race to raise “the tallest building in the world” – New York’s Chrysler Building, famous across the globe, managed to hold the title for almost the whole of 1930.
New York Harbor