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There is so much to discover at New York’s must-see museums and iconic buildings and monuments

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  1. The facade of Radio City Music Hall in 1984 (Photo: Tequask/Wikimedia CC)

    Secrets of Radio City Music Hall

    Christmas in New York wouldn't be Christmas in New York without the Rockettes kicking up their famous legs in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. This annual tradition dates back to the 1930s and should be on everyone's must-see ...
  2. The Museum of Ice Cream will put the sweet stuff in the spotlight (Photo: Labyrinthx-2/Flickr CC)

    Get the Scoop on the New Museum of Ice Cream in NYC

    Willy Wonka's chocolate factory comes to life this summer in New York City with the opening of the Museum of Ice Cream. ...
  3. Wax figure of Ghostbuster Jillian Holtzmann (portrayed by Kate McKinnon) inside Madame Tussauds New York (Photo: Amy Sapp for

    Video: 3 Reasons to Visit ‘Ghostbusters’ at Madame Tussauds New York

    Madame Tussauds has unveiled its newest and, arguably, most revolutionized exhibit to date: Ghostbusters Experience. ...
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    Top 6 Outdoor Movies Screenings in NYC for Summer 2016

    Summer in New York is defined by rooftop cocktails -- and outdoor movie screenings. ...
  5. Cyclists pass through Central Park (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

    5 Best Bike Routes in New York City

    Don't feel like getting sandwiched between two other sweaty New Yorkers on a packed subway during rush hour? You're not alone. Escape the heat ...
  6. Diane Arbus, Jack Dracula at a bar, New London, Conn. 1961 © The Estate of Diane Arbus, LLC. All Rights Reserved (Photo: Courtesy of the Met Breuer)

    On View: ‘Diane Arbus: In the Beginning’ at Met Breuer

    Diane Arbus (1923-1971) was one of the most controversial and influential photographers of the 20th century. She utilized the iconic locales and denizens of her native New York City ...
  7. The Portal of Valenciennes (La Porte de Valenciennes) by Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684–1721), The Frick Collection (Photo: Michael Bodycomb; Courtesy of The Frick)

    On View: ‘Watteau’s Soldiers: Scenes of Military Life in Eighteenth-Century France’ at the Frick Collection

    When artist Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721) painted military scenes he did not focus on glorified battle heroes or armies engaged in the chaos of combat. He chose instead to portray ...
  8. Indulge with the Kindred Spirits ice cream making class at Ample Hills Creamery (Photo: Ample Hills Creamery)

    Take this Class: Making Boozy Ice Cream

    What do you get when you combine summer drinking with cold and creamy dessert? Two seasonal activities that pair so well together, you may never go back to choosing just one. ...
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    Don’t Miss Updates and Deals in Your Facebook News Feed

    Recently, Facebook announced that its algorithm is changing for how you view content on your News Feed. ...
  10. Astoria Park Pool (Photo: Ericskiff/Flickr CC)

    Splish, Splash: The 6 Best Public Pools in NYC

    Summer marks the opening of all New York City's outdoor public pools, and they’ll stay that way through Labor Day. When the sweltering heat moves ...