New York City

New York City is composed of five boroughs. While Manhattan and Staten Island are islands, Brooklyn and Queens are geographically part of Long Island, and the Bronx is attached to the US mainland. The islands are linked by bridges, tunnels and ferries.

Manhattan is 13.4 miles long and 2.3 miles wide at its widest. Except at its northern and southern tips, the borough's avenues run roughly north and south, and streets run east and west. One-way thoroughfares are common, with traffic moving east on even-numbered streets and west on odd-numbered streets. Fifth Avenue divides the island into east and west sides (for example, locations on 57th Street west of Fifth Avenue are designated "W. 57th St.," and east of Fifth Avenue, they're "E. 57th St."). As you move farther east or west from Fifth Avenue, street addresses increase, usually in increments of 100 from one block to the next. For north-south avenues, 20 blocks equals a mile, and the street numbers increase as you go uptown. Blocks can be a useful measure of distance, but keep in mind your direction: walking uptown from 1st Street to 6th Street is about a quarter of a mile, but walking the same number of blocks crosstown, from First Avenue to Sixth Avenue, is approximately a mile.


Getting to NYC and navigating the five boroughs is a breeze—and it's even easier with these tips about airports, the subway system, taxis, ferries and more. For information about the City's airports, shuttles, train stations and more.

Performing arts, museums and culture to fill your


Did you know that Mark Twain summered in New York State for more than 20 years? That's right. His octagonal study, where he wrote many of his classics, still sits along the Chemung River Valley in Elmira, and greets visitors year round. We're also home to the Dia: Beacon , the largest contemporary art museum in the country, home to Andy Warhol's "Shadows"-a linear installation, almost 350 ft. in length.

Don't forget, you can also head to the Catskills and visit Woodstock, or visit Sunnyside in the Hudson Valley where characters like Rip Van Winkle and the Headless Horseman were born. From artists retreats and the Corning Museum of Glass , to the Thousand Islands Boldt Castle and the magnetism of Manhattan, you'll find enough art and culture in New York to fill your vacation calendar for years to come.

New York Museums

Yes, we do have all the Top Museums a state could boast about!

You have heard about or been to the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art. But we also have quite a few you may not even realize are right here. Enjoy the outdoor sculpture parks of the Hudson Valley, where Storm King Art Center celebrates the works of more than 100 leading sculptors in a gorgeous, natural 500-acre setting. Or visit the Corning Glass Museum, and see where a young Thomas Edison had his first light bulbs hand-blown. These are just a few of the hidden gems New York has in store.

New York Tours & Excursions

New York is a wonderful state, and we're eager to show you around.

Fortunately, there's a whole host of people ready to show you so let us do the driving, flying and steering. By plane, train, boat, or bus, we've got everything and everyone you'll need to get your adventure started. Some of the state's most popular destinations include Niagara Falls, the Adirondacks and the Catskills, and wine tours through the Hudson Valley. Experience a spine-tingling ghost tour in Thurman or whet your appetite for adventure as you cruise the waterways from the Hudson River to the Great Lakes. And with 14 Adirondack Scenic Byways, there's always an option for those who enjoy cruising the open road by bicycle, motorcycle, or even unicycle. Want to take your trip to new heights? New York even offers plane and balloon tours to see the Empire State from a new perspective.

Enjoy a Maid of the Mist Ride, Summer Wind Tour, Various NYC Tours & More

When was the last time you took a ride just for the fun of it? Take some time out to tour New York and enjoy our state's beautiful scenery or let someone else do the driving, or flying, or steering . . . You have lots of choices when it comes to planning New York tours and excursions.

Say you want to drive yourself? The 14 Adirondack Scenic Byways all lead to breathtaking, historical or cultural excursions. You could take a driving tour of the Lake Erie, Niagara or Finger Lakes wine country trails too. And, yes, there are bike routes mapped out all over New York State.

If you want a ride that will take you places, choose a bus or motorcoach tour: hope aboard a double-decker for a New York City tour or take an upstate route to revel in a scenic tour.

Hop onboard a New York boat tour to cruise waterways from the Hudson River to the Great Lakes. In NYC, Circle Line Downtown offers many choices, from sunset dinner and happy hour cruises to express shuttles, bike & boat, eco-tours and even helicopter & boat rides! You can catch a Long Island breeze on the Lauren Kristy , a turn-of-the-century paddlewheeler, or enjoy the Summer Wind cruise on Lake Chautauqua. Maybe you would like a scenic cruise on Lake George or the Clayton Island Tours offer amazing glass-bottom boat views of underwater life and also tour Boldt Castle and Rock Island Lighthouse. You can get up very close to Niagara Falls on The Maid of the Mist - raincoats provided!

Some excursions will take you to mountaintops. In the Adirondacks, year-round gondola excursions climb to the top of Little Whiteface on The Cloudsplitter; once there, you can picnic while enjoying the views. See the Catskills from the Delaware & Ulster Railroad; you can even reserve dinner with first-class service on the Rip Van Winkle Flyer.

For another unique perspective, check out New York from the sky. You can float above the Finger Lakes and western New York with Liberty Balloon Company and Balloons Over Letchworth, or tour the Hudson Valley with Fantasy Balloon Flights . You could even glide over the Finger Lakes in a sailplane from Harris Hill Soaring Center. Costa Flying Service can take you on a scenic tour of the Southern Tier or help you celebrate a special occasion with a flying tour over Niagara Falls.

Winter Activities in New York

Don't let the colder months stop you from taking the vacation of your dreams!

It's no secret; winter is one of the most beautiful times in New York. For those ready to bear the cold, there are loads of beautiful state parks, such as Allegany and Buttermilk Falls for a quiet hike, skiing and snowshoeing in the Catskills, and plenty of breweries nearby to warm your spirits. So pack a heavy coat and get ready to experience the coolest side of New York.








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