1000 Islands

The 1000 Islands Region is an international tourism destination, encompassing communities on both sides of the US and Canada border along the St. Lawrence River and the eastern shores of Lake Ontario.




303 Gallery

303 Gallery is located between 10th and 11th avenues in Chelsea. The closest subway stop is at 23rd street and 8th Avenue for the C and E trains. Open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm.

507 W 24th St, New York, NY 10011

(212) 255-1121



5 Days in New York

WARNING: Reading this may have a dramatic impact on your next trip to New York City. The beautiful thing is that you can leave Lancaster train station at 8 a.m. and be walking on the streets of New York by 11:30 a.m. Check out this sample itinerary to discover the coolest restaurants, nightlife, museums, hookah bars, galleries, russian spas, and MUCH MUCH MORE!





Balthazaar will dazzle you. This award-winning restaurant is a favorite of the famous. It?s fancy but it?s not at all stuffy. Make sure you have booked reservations at least 3 - 4 weeks before coming on this trip. You?ll be VERY glad you did. Enjoy the fantastic service, stunning atmosphere right out of a 1940?s movie, and make sure you get the seafood tower appetizer. Balthazar may be the one of the coolest restaurants in the country.

80 Spring St., New York, NY 10012

http://www.balthazarny.com/ http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/balthazar01/
(212) 965-1414



Blue Fin

ABSOLUTELY STUNNING! Incredible seafood. The oysters are out of this world. Great sushi. The atmosphere is super cool. This restaurant is on the first floor of the W Hotel in Times Square. The bar out front is all glass so you feel like you're standing IN Times Square. BE SURE TO CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SEE PHOTOS.

1567 Broadway, New York, NY 10036

(212) 918-1400




OK - you won't be able to afford anything here but you simply must look. This world class Fifth Avenue jewelry store is famous because it's the best.

611 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022

(212) 940-2220

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Central Park

A must on any trip to the city. Home of the Central Park Zoo, the Loeb Boathouse, Tavern on the Green, Strawberry Fields, Wollman Rink, the Alice in Wonderland statues and so much more!

Between Fifth Ave. and Central Park West from 59th ? 110th Sts., Manhattan, NY 10024

(212) 310-6600

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Chelsea Market

Located in the old Nabisco factory, Chelsea Market is one of the best places for foodies in NYC! With over 35 vendors there is something for everyone! Musts include the Lobster Place, Fat Witch Bakery and chocolate milk from Ronnybrook Farms!

75 Ninth Ave, New York, NY 10011

(212) 652-2110

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Fire Island

Fire Island has activities for everyone! Fire Island features amazing New York restaurants, one-of-a-kind clubs, charming bars, and other dynamic nightlife. So eat, drink and be merry while you explore Fire Island!




Food Tours

Tours of the city that makes stops at amazing NYC eateries along the way. Tours include the areas of Greenwich Village, Chelsea Market, Chinatown, NoHo and Brooklyn.




Guggenheim Museum

Experience special exhibitions of modern art and contemporary art, lectures by artists and critics, performances and film screenings and classes for teens and adults.

1071 Fifth Ave. (5 Av/89 St), Manhattan, NY 10128




McCarren Pool

Free shows at McCarren Pool every Sunday all summer. These are amazing events and people travel from all over the country to go to them. Jelly hosts these.

776 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

(718) 218-2380



Metropolitan Museum of Art

Founded in 1870, the museum is committed to showcasing significant works and encouraging and developing the study of the fine arts.

1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028

(212) 535-7710



Museum of Modern Art

Showcasing almost 200,000 works from around the world spanning the last 150 years. Includes painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and other forms of visual expression.

11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

(212) 708-9400



Russian & Turkish Baths

OK - This is a must for anyone spending the weekend in New York. This place isn't fancy. And it isn't expensive ($45 for the day). And it isn't new. The staff is all Russian. You're going to feel like Boris Yeltsin. Saturdays are co-ed. Soak in the 130 degree sauna. Then jump in the ice pool. Feel your heart beat to a new rhythm. This place has been in business since the 1890's.

268 E. 10th St., New York, NY 10009

(212) 473-8806

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Schillers Liquor Bar

A mix of Irish/English, French, and Southern Soul. This restaurant is moderately priced. Keith McNally, who also owns Balthazar, has a knack for creating a "scene" with light. What a fantastic restaurant. Believe it or not, even the french fries are obscenely good.

131 Rington St., New York, NY 10002

(212) 260-4555



Tanya Bonakdar

Representing more than 30 distinguished artists worldwide, the gallery showcases works including painting, sculpture, installation, photography and other types of media.

521 W 21st St #1, New York, NY 10011

(212) 414-4144



The Bronx Zoo

As the flagship of the largest network of metropolitan zoos in the country, the Bronx Zoo is the world's greatest zoo!!

Fordham Road and the Bronx River Parkway, Bronx, New York




The Frick Collection

Internationally recognized as a premier museum and research center and known for its distinguished Old Master paintings and examples of European sculpture and decorative arts.

1 E. 70th St. (70 St/5 Ave), Manhattan, NY 10021




The Highline

Walk along the old railroad tracks that are are above the city streets. The Highline has converted these railroad tracks into parks that allow for breathtaking views of the skyline.

Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West 34th Street, between 10th and 12th Avenues


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For concerts, this is the ticket. It's in The Polish National House. The place is decorated like a high school prom and Polish food is served. Big name bands play there. Right down the street from Enids.

261 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222

(718) 387-0505



Whitney Museum of American Art

Presenting the full range of twentieth-century and contemporary American art, with a special focus on works by living artists.

99 Gansevoort St. (Gansevoort St/10 Av), Manhattan, NY 10014