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In New York for RISMedia’s Leadership Conference? Here Are Some Popular New York Attractions Not to Be Missed

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homespun-low-res-9-05.jpg1. Central Park
A great place for a stroll.You can start anywhere you’d like.Just walk in at 59th and wander in. Check out the local artists and their wares. Head over to the zoo. Check out the Dairy, now the spot… www.centralparknyc.org2. Top of the Rock Observation Deck
Top of the Rock Observation Deck, the newly opened, 3-tiered observation deck on the 67th, 69th and 70th floors of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, is New York City’s most amazing attraction! The unforgettable experience includes a panoramic 360-degree, unobstructed view from the 70th floor observatory, 850 feet in the sky! Hours of Operation: 8:00 AM – Midnight, last elevator goes up at 11:00 PM.Main entrance is located on 50th Street between 5th & 6th Avenues. www.topoftherocknyc.com

3. Statue of Liberty
If you want to go inside the base of the Statue of Liberty museum, you must make a reservation or else all you will be able to do is look at it from the outside. If you do make a reservation and you…www.nps.gov/stli

4. Metropolitan Museum of Art
A grande dame of museums and a New York City classic, the Met’s collection contains more than two million works of art. www.metmuseum.org

5. Empire State Building
One of the most famous and storied buildings in the world boasts an 86th-floor observatory with spectacular views of New York City and beyond. www.esbnyc.com

6. Times Square
From some locations in NYC it is easier to get to Grand Central Station than to Times Square. The “S” – 42 Street Shuttle subway train runs from Grand Central Station to Times Square. Used as sort of… www.timessquare.com

7. Ellis Island
Ellis Island is amazing. You need to get there early. Catch the first ferry to the Statue of Liberty and look around. After that you can catch another ferry to Ellis Island. The ferries run… http://www.ellisisland.org

8. American Museum of Natural History
Interactive, modernized exhibits and an IMAX theater help bring this museum, dedicated to understanding the past, into the 21st century. www.amnh.org

9. Rockefeller Center
In November 2005, the observation deck at the Top of the Rock reopened . I’d seen this deck in the film “On the Town” and had always fancied visiting, so was thrilled that it was open for our New… www.rockefellercenter.com

10. Circle Line Cruises
Cruise around the entire island of Manhattan or just part of the island – any cruise you choose on this famous trip will be sure to please everyone from long-time New Yorkers to first-time visitors. http://www.circleline42.com

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