The MoMA has one of the largest and most influential collections of modern art in the world. Home to famous works like Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night, Salvador Dali's The Persistence of Memory, and works by Mondrian, Monet, and Picasso, this is a haven for art lovers. Located smack in the center of Midtown Manhattan, MoMA is a must-see destination in New York.
SUMMIT One Vanderbilt is New York City’s most innovative observation space. Set 1,000 feet above Midtown, this experience will change the way you see the city, the environment, and yourself through a collection of immersive, multi-sensory experiences.
Spread across 65,000 square feet (6,000 square meters) and three levels, enjoy unbeatable views of New York and interactive artistic installations that will stay with you long after you've left.
There's no mistaking this incomparable gallery/museum. Designed by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim's sloping, spiraling walls house an unbeatable collection of modern art, focusing on the 20th century and beyond!
The Guggenheim in New York has one of the finest collections of modern art in the world. Art lovers shouldn't pass up the chance to visit!
Swap the hustle and bustle of the New York City streets for the harbors of the Hudson River with tickets for an NYC boat tour.
Scan the iconic Manhattan skyline from the unique perspective of the water, which is even more dazzling during a sunset cruise. Elevate your New York state of mind with a dinner cruise featuring fresh entrees, cocktails, and live music, as you enjoy the benefits of a city that never sleeps.
With so much to see in so little time, the pre-selected NYC sightseeing day cruises eliminate the guesswork so you can see the best of NYC in a New York minute. Sail by the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Brooklyn Bridge with an expert tour guide to help you take a bite out of Big Apple history.
There are plenty of NYC boat tours to choose from – scan the page and take your pick!
The Whitney is a beautiful museum dedicated to the works of American artists in the twentieth and twenty first century. Named after founder and socialite Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney the museum's collection of new and innovative American contemporary art is unmatched.
Its entrance is on the southern end of High Line Park, so you can combine your cultural outing with some frisbee and a picnic.