Check out Madame Tussauds' recommendations for other fun family friendly things to do in New York City!
Now it's time to plan your trip to the world's most popular destination! 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!
New York is one of the most thrilling and dynamic cities in the world and taking a Big Bus Tour of this multi-faceted city will let you experience all it has to offer. Big Bus's open-top sightseeing tour is the most enjoyable and convenient way to see New York, where you will take in world famous landmarks. Throughout the tour, you will learn about the city’s amazing history from our entertaining and informative commentary. You can hop-on or hop-off at any of our 30 stops to explore and visit New York’s tourist attractions including Madame Tussauds New York.
PART TOUR. PART SHOW. TOTAL ENTERTAINMENT! THE RIDE is the critically and virally acclaimed attraction that uses New York City and its iconic landmarks as the backdrop for a theatrical event that blurs the boundary between tour and performance. Visit The Ride Experience and Technology to learn more about THE RIDE and our custom-built motor coach. Take a sightseeing vacation in New York today!
Purchase your exclusive Madame Tussauds NY and The Ride Combo Ticket here.
Century 21 Department Store, established in 1961, is legendary for its exceptional offering of pure designer merchandise in every category up to 65% off retail every day. The leader in high-end fashion retail for over 50 years, Century 21 Department Store offers men's, women's and children's apparel, footwear, outerwear, lingerie and accessories along with cosmetics and home goods at select stores. Amazing fashions can also be found online at C21Stores.com. For more information follow Century 21 Department Store on facebook.com/century21stores, and @Century21stores on Twitter and Instagram.
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.
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.
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!
St Patrick's Cathedral
Pay a visit to the largest decorated Gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the United States which seats 2200 people.
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.
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!
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.