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Explore Chinatown - new
Whether you're seeking the best in Chinese food, Asian groceries, shopping, guided tours or festive lion dances, come Explore Chinatown to find it all.

New York Slang-uage
Talk like the locals. - Your guide to Brooklyn

Chelsea Market
Visit New York City’s Chelsea Market, the one stop, culinary food shop and gourmet lover’s wholesale-retail wonder world.

Champion Tennis Club
Outdoor tennis facility in Manhattan.  Court rentals, junior program, tennis for tots and adult tennis.

Great Buildings Online - New York City
This New York resource offers all sort of insight into the great buildings in the city.  Pictures, and architectural notes make it most appealing.

New York’s Village Halloween Parade
This annual New York parade offers fun and excitement for the entire family. See site for details.

New York Vintage Fashion Show
3 times a year the Vintage Fashion Show is the show that offers rare and one of a kind pieces. Top designers in the flesh, and models only seen in magazines shopping here.

Planet Charters Adventure
Find your adventure today. Features Charters, Guides, Tours, Excursions and things to do worldwide on your next adventure vacation.

Statue of Liberty
Learn some of the facts, figures, and history of Lady Liberty, from its construction to its renovation, before you visit. 

Empire State Building
It's no longer the tallest building in the world, but it's still a distinctive feature of New York's skyline and an important part of New York's history.
Address: 350 Fifth Avenue • Tel 212.736.3100 •

Ellis Island
The museum on the island documents the history of the institution and those that entered the United States.  Ellis Island is important to our nation's history and to the personal histories of many Americans.
Tel 212.883.1986 •

Brooklyn Bridge Park
Enjoy an excellent view of the bridge and much of New York's skyline from this park at the base of the bridge.
Address: 334 Furman Street • Tel 718.802.0603 •

Carnegie Hall
Carnegie Hall is not only a New York landmark, but it's also a venue for a wide variety of performers. Musicians, dancers, orators, and even comedians have sought to play Carnegie for over 100 years.  Since it's restoration in 1986, Carnegie Hall has also been a great venue for concert goers.
Address: 57th St & Seventh Avenue • Tel 212.247.7800 •

Central Park
Central Park is 843 acres of serene greenery in the middle of Manhattan. Many attractions are located within Central Park, including a carousel, a zoo, lakes, ponds, and trails.