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among other seasonal activities. Like many of the museums in New York
City, the Zoo offers the option to “pay what you wish” every Wednesday.
Yankee Stadium: The original Yankee Stadium was built in 1923 and was
known as "The House That Ruth Built," The new Yankee Stadium opened in
2009, and the team capped the venue's inaugural season with its 27th World
Series title. This iconic stadium is a must-see for any baseball fan. Visit-
ors have the option to take a guided tour, which allows stops at the batting
cage area, dugout, and Monument Park. The New York Yankees Museum
also resides in the Stadium, which offers pieces of the old stadium and other
memorable treasures.
Infamous Photo Opportunities
Stand directly in front of Time's Square with the billboards and lights behind
Take a photo while eating a hot dog or bag of peanuts at Yankee Stadium
Sit on the iconic steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Photos walking the Brooklyn Bridge with the Skyline behind
Ice Skating at Bryant Park
Taking an angry cab selfie
Recreating Home Alone Kevin McAllister's scared face in front of the Plaza
Go ice skating (weather permitting) in famous Rockefeller Center
Sit on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and pose like the girls in
Gossip Girl
The “I Can't Believe I Just Did That” New York Moment
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