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WHAT'S NEW IN NYC
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Central Park: Southeast Corner showcases a Gilded Age ballroom, through September 24, hosted by the Public Art Fund for its 40th anniversary.




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Industry City is Brooklyn's new vibrant makers' complex, offering art, design, dining, retail, and family fun.

 

 

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Enoteca Maria Trattoria features homestyle cooking by grandmothers from Italy and all over the world in Staten Island.

 


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The High Line is a popular 1.45-mile, elevated linear park on a former freight rail line in the Meatpacking District, boasting eateries and shopping.




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The Morgan Library & Museum, from 1902, displays J. Pierpont Morgan's extraordinary ancient artifacts and rare books.




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Situated atop Penn Station, Madison Square Garden is the home of the New York Knicks and New York Rangers, as well as an arena for concerts, boxing matches and the circus. Guided tours include VIP areas and locker rooms.


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The National September 11 Memorial and Museum focuses on stories of survival, recovery and commemoration. Tours include exhibits of salvaged items, structural forms and personal mementos, as well as an interactive timeline of the day's events.


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At "the crossroads of the world," Times Square covers five blocks of attractions, theaters, restaurants, and stores. The Times Square Alliance produces year-round events, including the popular New Year Eve's ball drop.

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The Museum of Food and Drink is New York's first museum with exhibits you can eat. Located in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood, the MOFAD Lab Showcases the culture, history, science, production and commerce of food and drink.


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The High Bridge—New York City's oldest standing bridge—is open again after more than 40 years. Explore this 140-foot tall landmark that connects pedestrians and bicyclists from Manhattan to the Bronx.



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The Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, located in the main building of the former immigration complex, has opened with new exhibits including The Peopling of America Center®, The World Migration Globe and the American Immigrant Wall of Honor.



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The Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Discovery Garden is a recent addition to this urban green space, designed as a place for families to explore plants and ecosystems through interactive play and scientific investigations.



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Following a major renovation, Nintendo World NYC in Rockefeller Center has reopened 10,000 square feet of dedicated gaming space over two floors, with new Wii U and Nintendo 3DS demo units, a 15-foot gaming screen and more.



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The Sea Glass Carousel in Battery Park is a new, aquatic-themed ride that imitates an underwater experience with its stainless-steel and glass structure on a rotating pavilion.




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The Hammerstein Ballroom in the Manhattan Center is a unique place to see a concert, theater production or comedy show. Built in 1906, the space features original architectural details, like it's elaborately painted ceiling.



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America's largest department store, Macy's Herald Square spans an entire city block and 11 stories. Inside, you can shop and dine at an array of restaurants. The holiday windows feature beautifully animated displays with a new theme each year.



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The Empire State Building, one of the city's most iconic landmarks, has two observation decks offering panoramic views day and night. On the 80th floor, the "Dare to Dream Exhibit" tells this building's story since construction began in 1930.



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The Metropolitan Museum of Art has a collection of more than two million works of art across all times and cultures in three locations. Exhibits include: Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, and Court and Cosmos: The Great Age of the Seljuq.



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Central Park welcomes 43 million visitors a year and is the most frequently visited park in the U.S. The 843-acre park has a zoo, gardens, recreational fields, monuments, and landmarks such as the Delacorte Theater and more.



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Rockefeller Center is the home to the Museum of Modern Art, NBC studios, Radio City Music Hall, the popular winter ice rink and Christmas Tree. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1987, the complex covers 22 acres between 48th and 51st streets.



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