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The city is full of hidden gems and treasures. If you’re tired of always hitting the same spots, take a look at all the options below. We showcase businesses near you where you could spend countless hours of endless fun with your entire family.

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Union Square
Union Square

New York City, NY

(212) 504-4115

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Enjoy the sights and attractions of Union Square, located at the intersection of Broadway and 4th Avenue. The four Zeckendorf Towers mark the eastern side of the square. Union Square South is a mix-use area featuring a kinetic wall sculpture and a digital clock, Metronome. The west side of the park is marked by miscellaneous buildings, one of them being the Decker Building. Union Square is home to famous sculpture art like the equestrian statue of George Washington, the James Fountain, and statues of the Marquis de Lafayette, Abraham Lincoln, and Mahatma Gandhi.

United Nations Headquarters
United Nations Headquarters

3 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY 10017   Directions

(212) 326-7000

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See the stunning architecture of the United Nations Headquarters, located in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of Manhattan. The complex was built in 1950 on land donated by the Rockefeller family and the famous building overlooks the East River on what is considered "international territory." The building is highly identifiable due to the fact that its perimeter fence is lined with flagpoles presenting the flags of all 192 UN member states and the UN flag.

Victorian Gardens
Victorian Gardens

830 5th Ave
New York, NY 10065   Directions

(212) 982-2229

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When the weather is warm, the Victorian Gardens is in bloom with activity! This Central Park attraction features entertainment and rides like the Aeromax, Red Baron, Happy Swing, and Fun Slide – all perfect for kids. This mini-amusement park is full of family attractions that you and yours are sure to enjoy.

Washington Square Park
Washington Square Park

New York City, NY

(212) 639-9675

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Hang out at one of New York City's best-known parks, Washington Square Park located in Manhattan's Greenwich Village. One of the famed attractions at the park is the Memorial Arch. The arch was built in 1889 to celebrate the centennial of George Washington's inauguration. It was built as a temporary fixture but due to its popularity, it was made permanent in 1892. Another feature is the fountain and wading pool.

Wave Hill
Wave Hill

675 W 252nd St
Bronx, NY 10471   Directions

(718) 549-3200

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Another of New York City's floral oases, Wave Hill is a 28-acre estate in the Bronx committed to celebrating the artistry and legacy of its gardens and landscapes and exploring human connection to the natural world. The estate includes a public garden, greenhouse and cultural center. As you explore the attractions throughout area, you'll see a perennial flower garden, the Marco Polo Stufano Conservatory, pergola and vistas of the Hudson River and the New Jersey Palisades, a wild garden, an aquatic and monocot garden, 10 acres of woodland, and more. The Wave Hill house has been rented by the likes of Theodore Roosevelt and Mark Twain.

Woolworth Building
Woolworth Building

233 Broadway
New York, NY 10007   Directions

(212) 418-1222

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Check out one of New York City's many architectural attractions when you visit the Woolworth Building, one of the most famous, oldest and tallest buildings in the city. The 57-story National Historic Landmark was built on Broadway in Lower Manhattan and opened in 1913. The building was owned by the Woolworth company for 85 years until 1998 when the building was sold for $155 million.

Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium

1 E 161st St
Bronx, NY 10451   Directions

(646) 977-8400

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Tour the attraction that is the world-famous Yankee Stadium. Home to Major League Baseball's New York Yankees, the 50,000+ seat stadium boasts a Hard Rock Cafe, a steakhouse called NYY and the Mohegan Sun sports bar. The facility is embellished with hundreds of photographs detailing the history of the Yankees franchise; the exhibition of the photos includes over 2,000 pictures from sources like the Daily News, Getty Images, the Baseball Hall of Fame and Major League Baseball. There's also the Yankees museum on-site, which is a must-see for die-hard sports fans.

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