Top 10 Most Visited Outdoors & Recreation Venues in New York
Rockefeller Center is a 19-building commercial complex between 48th and 51st street in New York City. It serves as a massive center of entertainment, art, history, shopping, and much more. Rockefeller Center is one of the most popular tourist destinations in America.
12:04 AM - 12:00 AM today
Columbus Circle’s 2005 redesign was the recipient of the 2006 American Society of Landscape Architects’ General Design Award of Honor.
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Located in Midtown Manhattan, Bryant Park is visited by over 6 million people each year and is one of the busiest public spaces in the world. Check out everything you can do in the park year round at bryantpark.org!
Washington Square Park
One World Observatory
Come see the ever-changing face of a city, a country and a world. Start at one. One World Observatory.
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- Scenic Lookouts
Rumble - Flatiron/Chelsea
Boxing-Inspired Group Fitness Classes. 10 rounds, 2 fists, 0 experience necessary.
12:04 AM - 4:30 AM today
- Boxing Gyms
Herald Square, named for the New York Herald newspaper, is managed by the 34th Street Partnership and features the elaborate Bennett Clock, exquisite gardens, tables and chairs, a food kiosk operated by Wafels & Dinges, and free public restrooms.
Rumble Boxing - NoHo
Boxing-inspired group fitness classes. 10 rounds, 2 fists, 0 experience necessary.
12:04 AM - 5:30 AM today
- Boxing Gyms
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