time to hit your other favorite attractions.
New York Landmarks
Beyond the world renowned shopping of 5th Avenue, you can head down from your New York timeshare to Battery Park for some of the best views of the Statue of Liberty. However, carve out time to take a boat tour to the island and actually go inside the statue. Central Park is a landmark that is home to more things than you can do in a day, including a petting zoo and sculptures based on characters from Alice in Wonderland. Many visitors come just to spend a few hours at Ground Zero to reflect on the impact the terrorist attacks of 9/11 had on the city.
When you have a New York timeshare, you can get tickets to shows that film in NYC such as “The Late Show”. Those shows usually film during the day, which gives you plenty of time to explore the city at night. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is well worth your time if only for the Egyptian artifacts on display. You can camp out to get tickets to a Broadway show and then take a trip up to the top of the Empire State Building. Other top places to visit and spots to explore when you stay in a New York timeshare include Times Square, Chelsea Market, the Brooklyn Bridge, Fifth Avenue, the Guggenheim Museum and Grand Central Terminal.
When to Visit New York
Some people think that the holidays are the best time to visit New York. You can head to Times Square on New Year's Eve to watch the ball drop, but you need to get there early. Space is limited, and you can't leave the area without losing your spot. While the days between Thanksgiving and Christmas are crowded, you can see the city lit up with decorations and go ice skating at Rockefeller Center. The climate in the city can range from hot and muggy in the summer to snowy and freezing cold in the winter.