For many, the idea of New York City conjures images of Midtown’s signature attractions, which have always conveyed the excitement of the city. Visit the 82nd and 102nd floor observation decks on the city’s most recognizable skyscraper, The Empire State Building, for spectacular and panoramic views of the city, day or night. This area also features the famous Madison Square, home of the American advertising industry and the former Mad Men of NYC.
For more than a hundred years, fashion mavens have wandered up and down 34th street to the city’s most iconic and historic storefront. Located on bustling 34th Street and Herald Square, Macy’s ten-story flagship store is the largest in the world. With nearly a million square feet of merchandising space, it can seem like a universe all its own.
The NBA’s Knicks, WNBA’s Liberty, and NHL’s Rangers play their home games at Madison Square Garden. When the sports teams are away, the famous arena hosts concerts, comedy shows and other high-profile special events. The legendary venue, with its distinctive ceiling, provided the backdrop for countless historic moments in sports and music history. Guided tours of this famed arena are available throughout the year.