The best New York City tourist attractions that locals love

Time Out New York presents readers with a look at the best New York City tourist attractions that locals love. Let’s face it; New York City has always been the place to be. With its endless variety of museums, historical landmarks, restaurants and first class shopping destinations, it is impossible not to find something to do. But perhaps boundless options can prove to be too plentiful for the average tourist? Luckily you’ve found this nifty list giving you an insider’s view on the attractions those in the know, aka the locals, love. There are 10 options on the list all of which will be sure to enhance your time in New York City. We recommend heading down to South Street Seaport, located on the former Fulton Street Fish Market building at Pier 17. Not only can you check out the largest privately owned fleet of historical ships in the country, you can also do some high end shopping and eating along the way. Don’t forget to bring your camera as South Street Seaport is a perfect location to take pictures by the Hudson River.

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1 Response to “The best New York City tourist attractions that locals love”


  1. 1 thetouristattractions November 6, 2012 at 10:29 am

    Very right, New york city have lot of tourist attractions which attract big numbers of visitors. The biggest tourist attraction is times square which have lot of visitors every year.


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