Need a New York 6 day intineary including all boroughs?
- MikeLv 76 months ago
You can't do the Museum of Natural History and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in one day. There is too much to see in each, and you'd have to be a marathon runner to cover the ground in both.
The Yankees play in the Bronx, and the Mets play in Queens. Across the street from Citi Field is the Arthur Ashe tennis stadium. At different times there may be track meets, basketball or hockey at Madison Sq. Garden in Manhattan and basketball at Barclay Center in Brooklyn. Brooklyn Heights is like an elegant Greenwich Village but quieter and with a great view of lower Manhattan and the harbor from the promenade. I have to admit I don't know much about Staten Island anymore. We used to go to the zoo from time to time but, in more recent years, it's just been the way to get from LI to the NJ Tpke.
- SharonLv 66 months ago
Manhattan--Day 1: Museums; Natural History & Metropolitan
Day 2--Wall Street area; China Town (especially for lunch), Greenwich Village in evening
3 Brooklyn--Coney Island; Prospect Park with Botanical Garden nearby
4 Queens: Zoo + Hall of Science; 1660 Quaker Meeting House nearby stop on Underground Railroad; eat at Joe DiMaggio's restaurant (okay, he's dead for decades, but lots of interesting baseball memorabilia)
5 Bronx Zoo, Walt Whitman's home (yeah, he's long dead also)
6 Staten Island -- Richmondtown Restoration (18th century); Conference House (1776 meeting to stop the Revolution: Lord Howe with Franklin, Adams and Rutledge)
- DON WLv 76 months ago
I can give you a rough idea.
Day One: Manhattan, focusing on midtown and the museums
Day Two: Manhattan, focusing on the Financial District and the waterfront
Day Three: Brooklyn, focusing on Coney Island and the museums
Day Four: Queens, with a stop at the Museum of the Moving Image
Day Five: The Bronx, focusing on the Bronx Zoo
Day Six: Staten Island, focusing on the Richmondtown Restoration and the zoo
That's an awful lot to do, but if you were determined, and with a good guide book with you, you could in theory do it all in six days.
- MSLv 76 months ago
Contact a tour company, or borrow a guide book from your library.
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- HerfnerdLv 76 months ago
Guide book is your best friend
- sunshine_melLv 76 months ago
OK - so get a guide book and start planning, or speak to a tour guide to arrange an itinerary for you.