Sailing year round, this cruise features breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, South Street Seaport, Brooklyn Bridge, United Nations, the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building.
Interesting places and attractions
Start spreading the news about a perfect way to see Manhattan! Enjoy the ultimate aerial introduction to downtown, as well as midtown Manhattan. You'll fly by the USS Intrepid, view the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings, then sweep up the picturesque Hudson River to see Central Park from the air - a trip not to be missed!
Flights leave every fifteen minutes from 9:00am to 9:00pm.
ESPN Zone is a combination of sports eatery, bar, entertainment and shopping venue. Live TV and radio broadcasts, special events and private parties are also hosted here.
The New York Stock Exchange traces its origins back more than 200 years, to the signing of the Buttonwood Agreement by 24 New York City stockbrokers and merchants in 1792. Centuries of growth and innovation later, the NYSE remains the world's foremost securities marketplace. Over the years, its commitment to issuers and investors has been unwavering, and its persistent application of the latest technology has allowed it to maintain a level of market quality and service that is unparalleled.
Yankee Stadium, known as the house in the Bronx that Babe Ruth built, opened in 1923 for a capacity of 58,000, and was the first ballpark large enough to be called a stadium.
The center consists of four towers. These buildings are considered post-Modernist because they combine new ideas with traditional forms.
The Headquarters of the World Organization is located on an 18-acre site on the East side of Manhattan. It is an international zone belonging to all Member States. The United Nations has its own security force, fire department and postal administration. Visitors from all over the world often like to send postcards back home with United Nations stamps - these stamps can only be mailed from the United Nations.
Guided tours of the United Nations operate daily from the General Assembly Public Lobby. An international staff explains the work of the United Nations and its related organizations, while taking visitors to some of the main Council Chambers and the General Assembly Hall. The tour also features art and other objects of interest donated by Member States.
The largest Gothic-style Catholic cathedral in the United States, the Cathedral of St. Patrick attracts visitors night and day, regardless of their religious affiliation.
For four years the tallest building in the world (1909-1913), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Building still stands as a reminder of the opulence of early twentieth century New York City.
The heart of this well-known Italian neighborhood is Mulberry Street. Years ago, the vast majority of people who lived here were Italian, but expansion of and Italian migration to the suburbs has changed the make-up of the neighborhood. Still, cafes, restaurants and bakeries line the street. Take a walk and smell the fresh baked bread, garlic and sauces. Stop for a glass of wine or tiramisu at a sidewalk cafe, or gaze longingly at the salamis hanging from store windows.