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46 Shearwater Sailing Cruise of Manhattan

Experience Manhattan's spectacular beauty from the decks of this magnificent 82 foot 1929 sailing yacht. Sailing around Manhattan is an incomparable experience. Escape the confines of Manhattan and see just how gorgeous it looks from the water.

Shearwater Sailing Cruise of Manhattan


47 Battery Park

WTC Sphere

Within Battery Park you will find the dented WTC Sphere recovered from the WTC site. The Sphere now stands as a poignant memorial to those who lost there lives in the hell of 9/11.

You can also catch the ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Staten Island from Battery Park

Battery Park


48 Trinity Church

The Trinity possesses three church bells dating back to 1797. The stained glass windows and the Chapel of All Saints (1913) should not be missed. The Trinity Museum contains numerous interesting religious artifacts. William Bradford and Alexander Hamilton are buried in the Trinity Cemetery. Tours of the church are offered daily at 2pm.

Trinity Church


49 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

You can tour the Lincoln Center so you don’t have to see a performance to experience the building. Theatres on show range from the New York State Theater, Avery Fisher Hall, the Metropolitan Opera House and the Vivian Beaumont Theater. You might also catch a glimpse of a live rehearsal in progress – tears, tantrums and sound of clashing egos, who knows it might be better than an actual performance.

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts


50 (92) Harlem Meer Pond in Central Park

Sunbathe, rock climb, or drop your fishing line in Harlem Meer Pond in Central Park. Keep an eye out for one of the many free concerts or plays performed primarily during the warmer months.

Harlem Meer Pond in Central Park