FACTS ABOUT NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK:
Counties: Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, and Richmond
Time Zone: Eastern
Climate: Highs in the high 70s-mid 80s June-Sep; Lows in the 20s-30s Nov-March
New York City's Top Venues: Beacon Theatre, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Citi Field, Gershwin Theatre, Hammerstein Ballroom, Madison Square Garden, Neil Simon Theatre, New Amsterdam Theatre, Radio City Music Hall, St James Theatre, Winter Garden Theatre, Yankee Stadium
Teams in New York City: New York Giants, New York Jets, New York Knicks, New York Rangers, New York Yankees, New York Mets
New York City Featured Broadway Shows: A Chorus Line, Avenue Q, Blue Man Group, Chicago, Hairspray, The Lion King, Mamma Mia, Mary Poppins, Monty Python Spamalot, Phantom of the Opera, The Nutcracker, Wicked
Featured Events in New York City: US Open Tennis, Radio City Christmas Spectacular
New York is the City That Never Sleeps—and as anyone spending more than a couple of days there can tell you, it certainly lives up to that reputation. The most populous city in the United States has more outlets for sports, music and culture fans than anywhere else in the world. Upon arriving to the Big Apple, visitors will certainly not be at a loss for things to do.
For sports fans, New York City is likely at the top of your list of favorite destinations, and trip to there cannot be complete without a stop by Madison Square Garden. Commonly referred to as “The World’s Most Famous Arena,” the Garden has been home to the New York Knicks since 1968, the men's Big East Tournament since 1983, and the NHL's New York Rangers for more than 40 years.
As iconic and representative of the city are the New York Yankees. The Bronx Bombers are perhaps the most recognizable franchise in all of sports, and they definitely have the pedigree to prove it. A beautiful new stadium and a rich history make taking in a Yankees game a must for any avid sports fan. The New York Mets have a new stadium—Citifield—of their own located in Flushing, Queens right next to Arthur Ashe Stadium, which is the site for the annual U.S. Open Grand Slam tennis tournament.
Even if you're not a sports fan, there is much more to do in New York City. With any trip, a stop by Times Square is a must, as is taking in a Broadway play. The famous stretch of road has become famous for housing large scale plays and musicals to tickle the fancy of thespians across the globe. You may also want to stop by Radio City Music Hall and take in a concert while in New York. The iconic venue has been a favorite tourist destination since it opened in 1932, and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular remains an indelible part of the holiday season.
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