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With so much to see and do, a trip to New York City may seem a little overwhelming. The city is so big, mere words penned from a few local tour guides cannot capture the true essence of the city... there is simply too much to comprehend!

The American Folk Art Museum features a wide variety and most interesting collection of Folk Art. Exhibits are constantly changing.

The American Museum of Natural History Open in 1869. It hosts a revolving series of temporary exhibits, so there is always something new to see.

Broadway is the most famous theater district in the world and you should make every attempt to take in one of its shows. Its list of shows are timeless and sure to entertain. The Ed Sullivan Theatre was the home to the Ed Sullivan show for 23 years and hosted a 'who's who' in the entertainment industry.

Staying in Brooklyn is an excellent way of enjoying all the classic New York City attractions with the convenience of a relaxed borough. You will also save a few dollars staying in Brooklyn while enjoying the best view of the city skyline, especially at night. Brooklyn hotels offer accessibility to the experiences you want without having to overspend on New York hotel accommodations.

Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is located on the site of a former container terminal south of Brooklyn Heights near the entrance to the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel. It has one berth and is used mainly by Cunard's Queen Mary 2 and Princess Cruises.

Brooklyn Heights is the old, old neighborhood. It was, by some accounts, America's first suburb, a place where good people moved to escape the unwashed hordes in New York. Some of New York's oldest houses, dating to the 1840s, are located in Brooklyn Heights.

Cape Liberty Cruise Port is located on the New Jersey side of New York Harbor and is used primarily by Royal Caribbean and Celebrity cruise ships. It is seven miles from New York City and about 15 minutes from Newark Liberty International Airport.

Central Park is a New York City mainstay! The park is maintained by the Central Park Conservancy and has thousands of private donors who consider it their front yard. It is on 843 acres of city land between Fifth and Eighth Avenues and 59th and 110th Streets and is open to all. It is a place of pastoral splendor featuring lush foliage, rolling meadows, magnificent trees, lacy cast-iron bridges, lazy lakes, quiet glens and numerous playing fields.

Central Park Zoo contains more than 150 species and plenty of baby animals for the children to enjoy.

Once dangerous, then quietly residential, Chelsea has become very, very downtown and increasingly upscale and has changed considerably. It has become a residential area known for its population of writers and artists.

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