Exciting New York NY
On these pages you will find pictures of the exciting places you can tour in New York City. View some pictures, and read information on these popular tourist attractions.
Attractions and Pictures
The most fun and exciting thing you can do is take a Doubledecker bus and this is what we recommend for you if you go to New York City. The picture of Times Square at the top of the page, is the favorite spot to start out on a tour in New York.
Also on this site you will find information about Brooklyn and Coney Island.
Our New York Pictures
Times Square - Times Square is definitely a sight to see. Signs and fancy billboards are everywhere, and stuff we've never seen before. Really colorful and exciting.
New York Public Library - A very historical building with two sculptured lions out front.
Brooklyn Bridge - The Brooklyn Bridge has always been a popular tourist attraction. These pictures were taken from a pier in southern Manhattan. See pictures and read a brief history.
Brighton Beach - These are pictures of Brighton Beach and Little Russia in Brooklyn in New York. You can't see the ocean water from the boardwalk, you'll have to walk down to the water's edge.
Little Russia - Do some fun shopping in Little Russia for some Russian souvenirs. Munch on some meat pies while you window shop.
Coney Island - The Brighton Beach boardwalk will take you all the way to Coney Island, and you can enjoy all the activities like sidewalk flea markets, shopping, Astroland rides, and lots of places to eat.
Did You Know? December 24, 1931: New York City construction workers, at the future site of Rockefeller Center, dragged in a 12-foot Christmas tree and decorated it with tin cans and paper. The first official Rockefeller Center tree, with 700 blue and white lights, appeared two years later. Electric Christmas tree lights were first used in 1895. The idea for using electric Christmas lights came from an American, Ralph E. Morris. The new lights proved safer than the traditional candles.
This information is gathered from our own personal trips to NYC.
Therefore, some information on the pages may change as far as restaurants, hotels, things to do, etc.