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What to Visit In New York State

Whenever you visit a great historical tourist attraction such as New York State, it is very hard to suggest a particular place to visit. The tourist attractions ranging from historical to contemporary, however, can be prioritized according to individual taste and schedule. Visitors in New York City are always short of time and always on the run to visit the state’s most popular tourist destinations. Thanks to plenty of visitors round the year, most of the tourist spots are packed with tourists coming from all across the world. The borough of Manhattan, Central Park, Times Square, the Empire State Building are some of the examples to refer to. Upstate New York, on the other hand, is known for its natural beauty, lakes, and mountains. Following however is the list of the tourists’ attractions that make a list of “must watch” places.

Canandaigua ,New York

Canandaigua new york is Ontario County city in New York. A lots of tourist attractions are here in this great place. some are given below:

  • Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park
  • Kershaw Park
  • Canandaigua City Pier
  • Bristol Mountain Ski Resort
  • CMAC
  • Granger Homestead and Carriage Museum
  • Heron Hill Tasting Room on Canandaigua Lake
  • Twisted Rail Brewing Co
  • Roseland Waterpark
  • Naked Dove Brewing Company
  • Canandaigua Lake Wine Trail
  • Canandaigua Lake State Marine Park
  • Atwater Park
  1. Statue of Liberty

Statue of the Liberty doubtlessly is the hallmark of New York City. The nation’s iconic monument and a symbol of hope to millions of immigrants the Statue of Liberty stand atop of all the tourists’ attractions in the city. Apart from the Statue, there is a great historical museum in the base of the statue. Also, the extensive educational signs, nicely erected statues, and historic markers are great sites to visit.

  1. The Ellis Island

The ferry carrying tourists stops next at Ellis Island, where they can visit a historical museum on the first floor of the main building. The museum is a masterpiece of architecture that served as the main processing center and hospital from 1892 to 1954. The tourists are suggested to plan at least half-day to enjoy this wonderful trip.

  1. Times Square

The junction of Broadway and 7th Ave will be struck you by surprise. The massive screens announcing everything from the newest films and shows to special presentations will entertain you for sure. Here it worths a mention to drop in at Sardi’s Restaurant and the world-famous Theater District. The famous attractions include Madame Tussaud’s amazing waxworks and interactive exhibits. At Times Square if you fail to visit M&M World and miss a good smile.

  1. Niagara Falls

North America’s one of the greatest natural wonders include Niagara Falls. Millions of visitors throng up here to nature’s feast for the thirsty eyes of the tourists. It is not only a waterfall but also borders between Canada and the US. In fact, there are three waterfalls within the park, American Falls, Horseshoe Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls. Nights are illuminated by spectacular fireworks near the Horseshoe Falls which really enthralls the visitors.

  1. Lake Placid

The world-famous winter sports resorts include Lake Placid as well. Located at the foot of Whiteface Mountain, Lake Placid has the honor to host the Winter Olympics (1932, 1980) twice. Since then, the town has been a major tourist attraction. The town enjoys a great reputation for offering great skiing opportunities. Beside Lake Placid, Mirror Lake, Finger Lakes, and Lake George are also great tourist attractions.