Must-See New York City: The Best Things To Do In 2016

Must-See New York City: The Best Things To Do In 2016

A Community map

We sorted through the city's museums, parks and historic sites, and chose the very best New York City attractions. Here are the best sights to visit in 2016 for tourists and locals alike.

15 Places
Sort by: Recently Added
    You need to come here if you're knowing NY! Only the brazilians does not looks nice (Ayrton Senna and Pelé). I think they saved the wax! -- Bruno Alves via Foursquare
    Collect
    Nearly every New York City bar serves this local joint’s brew, but swing by the place itself. From 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., pay $4 for a wooden nickel and redeem it for any beer the place brews. -- Men's Health Mag via Foursquare
    Collect
    This is some of the most experimental artwork in the world. So when we need a serious shot in the arm of avant-garde, this is our go-to spot. There’s always something provocative on display. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
    Collect
    FREE ACTIVITIES at Coney Island: Fireworks - every Friday night starting in June. Movies - Monday nights on the beach starting in July. Concerts - Thursday nights at 21st and Surf starting in July. -- Luna Park Coney Island via Foursquare
    Collect
    Who's the greatest Yankee of all time? We ran the numbers to find out... -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
    Collect
    While everyone makes a beeline for Shake Shack, outsmart the crowd and head to Box Frites. They’ll serve you faster than a Doc Gooden heater, and you’ll have a smorgasbord of dipping sauces. Amazin’! -- ESPN via Foursquare
    Collect
    Try the Brooklyn Brisket Banger on a tasty pretzel roll from Brooklyn Bangers and Dogs (Main Concourse/Upper Pavilion). Served with hand crafted mustardy relish and sausages, it really hits the spot! -- Brooklyn Nets via Foursquare
    Collect
    It’s small compared with other modern art museums in the city, but it really packs a punch thanks to top-notch collections. We generally come mid-week when it’s not so crowded. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
    Collect
    Thank publisher Joseph Pulitzer—yes, that Pulitzer—for stimulating enough American donations to pay for Lady Liberty’s pedestal. His statue is at the walkway near the left entrance to the statue. -- Time Out New York via Foursquare
    Collect
    Check out Julie Mehretu's exhibition, "Grey Area," her representation of post-war Berlin in which the dynamism of urban life confronts decay and change. It's open through October 6, 2010. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
    Collect
    One Louis Vuitton Friend of the House lets all LV Amblers in on a secret: when in New York, she doesn’t miss a chance to take the trip out to visit this museum. Find out who at the LV Amble site. -- Louis Vuitton via Foursquare
    Collect
    This 42-year-old arena is preparing to undergo a wholesale overhaul for $775-$850 million. It'll include floor-level luxury suites and two pedestrian bridges suspended over the playing surface. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
    Collect
Join Discussion
Leave a comment...
“A travel gem - I will be planning all of my trips with it alone.”
Download Citymaps to see how it can help you today.
Will be used in accordance with our Privacy Policy
3.33.0-17