Best Things to Do Near Times Square NYC!
These things to do around Madame Tussauds are fun for the whole family.
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Now plan your trip to the world's most popular destination and one of the best things to do in New York City! You can make a day out of seeing Madame Tussauds, then visiting some of the other great destinations on our Best Things To Do list!
Best Things to do in NYC around Madame Tussauds!
Radio City Music Hall
Enjoy stage shows, movies, concerts and special events. Not really into watching shows? It has been said of the historical building that it needs no performers!
Nice rest area with tables and chairs ...and bathrooms! Winter, Summer, Spring and Fall, New Yorkers love this park.
United Nations Headquarters
The United Nations Headquarters has served as the headquarters of the United Nations since 1950. Located on the east side of Madame Tussauds New York, on spacious grounds overlooking the East River.
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Enjoy the art of our time during your stay in New York City! The Museum of Modern Art fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. Free admission after 5PM on Fridays!
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Containing more than two million works of art ranging from medieval armor and european paintings to the world renowned Costume Institute, the Mets will let you travel the world within New York City!
Staten Island Ferry
Staten Island Ferry runs from Battery Park to Staten Island offering amazing views of Lower Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the New York Harbor for free!
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American Museum of Natural History
One of the world's most preeminent scientific and educational institutions, illuminates millions of years of evolution with its more than 30 million artifacts and specimens.
Sony Wonder Technology Lab
Located in mid-town Manhattan, it makes learning experience fun by offering a high-quality and family friendly learning environment for free.
Grand Central Terminal
First built in 1913, Grand Central was saved from destruction by New York's landmark laws and vocal New Yorkers. Extensive efforts to restore and revive this National Historic Landmark lead to its re-dedication on October 1, 1998.
New York Public Library
In addition to an impressive book collection and beautiful architecture, the museum is features temporary exhibits on a variety of topics. Located right next to Bryant Park.
St Patrick's Cathedral
Pay a visit to the largest decorated Gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the United States which seats 2200 people.