10 places to visit in NYC


Devin Vaudreuil, writer

  1. The New York Public Library — a giant room, full of books. Need I say more?
  2. The High Line — 1940’s era elevated railway bridge-turned-botanical-promenade.
  3. The Flatiron building — built in the early days of New York, this marvel of industrial-era construction seems glaringly misplaced in the land of glass and pavement.
  4. The One World Trade Center — displays plain old American resilience in the face of the enemies.
  5. St. Paul’s Chapel — built in 1775, this church also served as a temporary hospital during the 9/11 attacks.
  6. Radio City Music Hall — because why not?
  7. Top of the Rock — overlook Central Park from the Rockefeller Center observation deck for a stunning contrast of nature and steel.
  8. 9/11 memorial — those who forget history are doomed to repeat it.
  9. Little Italy — even if the food is ridiculously expensive, at least you can say you’ve been there.
  10. Chinatown — even if the food is ridiculously cheap, at least you can say you’ve been there.