If you are looking for a good scare this Halloween then what better way to do it at one of the many haunted houses in New York City. We know that there is a lot to choose from, and though most of them are good, there are a few that aren’t. So, ranging from amusing to absolutely terrifying, here are the four most popular haunted houses in the city—and everything you need to know about them.
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If you’re British and have a few vacation days to fly across the pond, then there are a few places that should be on your must-see list – and we’re not talking about the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and Ellis Island, as nice as they are.
All Brits are fans of The Beatles (so are we if truth be told) so take the subway and head for 72nd Street to begin your tour.
Whether you’re an out-of-towner visiting New York for the first time, or a home-grown native, it’s never too late to brush up on some world affairs knowledge and take the New York United Nations tour. The summer months offer an ideal time to go: there’s more free time, beautiful views of the East River, and good reason to escape the heat. The Visitor Centre is located at 1st Avenue at 46th Street, midtown Manhattan. 212-963-8687. http://visit.un.org/wcm/content/site/visitors/lang/en/home/tours_ticket
Here are some tips to get the best out of your experience.
What’s famous enough to be considered a New York City attraction, but not so tourist-y that it’s a cliché? The answer is simply the Rockefeller Center Observatory.