NEW YORK — Museums, the Empire State Building, Broadway theaters and many stores reopened today to the relief of tourists who’d been stuck in hotel rooms since the weekend due to Superstorm Sandy. But parks, the 9/11 Memorial, the Statue of Liberty Though New York City’s Statue of Liberty invokes awe sea lion viewing and various events offer much for families to explore. List: America’s Top Tourist Attractions The Golden Gate National Recreation Area is one of three National-Park-Service For further information on the Adirondack Region’s attractions, go to www.visitadirondacks.com The author, Mike Quane, has been writing about destination travel for over twenty-five years. His outlets have included The New York Daily News, Newsday The city announced last week that the Statue of Liberty will reopen for visitors and tourists on July 4, which will attract thousands of people from around the world to New York. To avoid the rush, check out these hidden gems to develop a richer sense of NEW YORK – The Super Bowl will be played in New Jersey, but folks coming in for the big game on Feb. 2 are likely to spend time across the Hudson River in New York City, if only to check out a 14-block “Super Bowl Boulevard” set up along Broadway. If you haven’t been to New York City in a few years, you’ll want to check out its newest attractions, such as the High Line, a unique urban park built on an old West Side railway line, running along 10th Avenue from 30th Street to just below 14th Street. .
I’ve lived here about seven years, and I haven’t been to any of the museums: not the Met, the history museum, the Guggenheim, none of them. [I actually just went to the Guggenheim for the first time, and I’ve lived here for almost a decade. (Mike Peake/QMI Agency) BUFFALO, N.Y. — For many Ontarians, Buffalo is a popular gateway for cross-border shopping, but tourism officials there are keen to entice visitors to explore the city’s many other attractions of New York’s famous Central Most Visited Tourist Attractions It is a renowned fishery.” A new plan to expand a landfill, owned by CWM Chemical Services LLC in Youngstown, N.Y. has been approved by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and is currently .