New York, the city that never sleeps, offers a variety of exciting local attractions to see and thrilling places to visit.

The astonishing museums and historic landmarks, and the skyscrapers with breathtaking panoramic views promise a phenomenal New York experience.

Along with the complete orthopedic care and treatment, our Fly-in program offers guidelines for a complete and positive visit to the Big Apple.

This section of the Fly-In program introduces the most attractive spots in New York City that a person who just underwent an orthopedic treatment can easily enjoy while still in recovery.

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States. It is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. Located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, this monument offers enjoyable and inspirational harbor views.

www.statueofliberty.org

 

Times Square

Times Square is a major commercial intersection located in Manhattan. With plenty of world-famous theaters and cinemas, attractive places to dine and shop, Times Square is the famously inevitable New York spot that everyone must see.

www.timessquarenyc.org

 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

With over 2 million square feet of space, the Met is the largest art museum in the United States. The enchanting collections that tell the history of the world and portray the magnificence of the art, provoke the visitors to come back again, and again, and again…

www.metmuseum.org

 

National September 11th Museum and Memorial

The 9/11 Museum and Memorial is an educational and historical tribute to the victims of the colossal tragedy. It features a registry of the fallen victims and a special section dedicated to their mourning families and friends.

www.911memorial.org

 

Rockefeller Center

With a collection of 19 commercial buildings, the Rockefeller Center is one of the New York’s top tourist attractions. It is located in the center of Midtown Manhattan. In 1987 it was declared a National Historic Landmark, and today, it is one of the must-see places in New York.

www.rockefellercenter.com

 

Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art holds an extensive collection of modernist art, boosting the imagination and the process of creation of the modern art worldwide.

www.moma.org

 

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is a 103-floors skyscraper located in Midtown Manhattan. The two observatories, located on the 86th floor and on the 102nd floor, provide magnificent 360° views of New York City and beyond. At night, the building displays lights in 16 million colors, creating a magical and movie alike atmosphere.

www.esbnyc.com

 

Central Park

Conveniently located in the busy Manhattan, the Central Park is the city’s runaway place where everyone finds tranquility and inner peace. Spanned over 843 acres, the park is perfect for a casual walk on the secluded trails or a romantic picnic by the lakes. The park also features one of the most attractive Zoos in the world.

www.centralparknyc.org

 

Cathedral of Saint John the Divine

This grandiose cathedral represents the Medieval Architecture, and it is the fourth largest Christian church in the world. Its cornerstones were laid back in 1892. Today, this monumental building serves the New York citizens through an array of liturgical, cultural and civic events.

www.stjohndivine.org

 

Guggenheim Museum

Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, the Guggenheim Museum is one of the most significant architectural icons of the 20th century. The museum houses a renowned collection of early modern masterpieces, and it is devoted to providing a unique art experience to the visitors through exhibitions, lectures, performances and film screenings.

www.guggenheim.org

 

New York Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden was founded in 1891 and has served as an iconic oasis in the busy metropolis ever since. In this National Historic Landmark, visitors can enjoy the incredible variety of tropical, temperate and desert flora. Spanned over 250 acres, the Botanical Garden operates one of the world’s largest plant research and conservation program.

www.nybg.org