Landmarks, icons, and marquee names are part of everyday life in New York, but for visitors, there are some must-sees: Rockefeller Center, particularly in winter; Central Park, by carriage if you have someone to hold hands with; the Metropolitan Museum of Art (give it a full day); and the Empire State Building. Though the Statue of Liberty isn't technically on Manhattan, that's an essential sightif you don't snap a photo there, people won't think you actually went to New York. And to get a real understanding of Manhattan's unsinkable strength and vitality, stop by the former site of the World Trade Center, where construction is now under way on the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
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