Top New Things to See in New York City in 2020

by - Friday, November 08, 2019

New York City is changing every day with new attractions and upcoming entertainment options. A visitor may visit now, but in their next visit, they may notice there is something completely different or unique. New York has many existing landmarks and more exciting projects planned for the future, such as:

The New Yankee Stadium
The original stadium was built in 1923, however when the original Yankee Stadium was built, they knew in some years they would need to remodel it. The Yankees began to build the new stadium in 2006 and completed it in 2008. The stadium is an epitome of innovation and modernity, with the largest ever seen LED screens mounted above the field.

TWA Flight Center Hotel
The swanky retro hotel is expected to open in November of 2019 by the JFK Airport. It's built-in the iconic former terminal designed in the 1960s by Eero Saarinen. The hotel has a heated rooftop pool and has become the talk of the town these days thanks to its unique aesthetic and celebrity exposure.

The Shed
It's a new five-story building, expected to open in late 2019. It's dedicated to displaying different artistic inventions in the latest most expensive private developments in the Hudson Yards neighborhood, one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in New York.

Pier 17 at the Seaport District
Enjoy the views of Fronting the East River with views out over the Brooklyn Bridge, Explore the revamped upcoming pier-top complex that features an upcoming culinary hub, tons of retail space, and new studio space for ESPN.

The Statue of Liberty Museum
The 133-year-old symbol of freedom tells the story of Lady Liberty. The statue's original torch was replaced by a replica made of copper and gold in 1984. A rooftop sitting area allows visitors for worthy views of lady liberty herself. The statue was closed for many years but seems to be reopening now, along with the museum,

Glamping on Governors Island
Go glamping in posh tents with live music, yoga, several dining options, and family-friendly adventures at Governors Island. Many celebrities and Manhattan elite women are known to escape for a weekend away from the hustle and bustle.

The Museum of Candy
It’s a candy museum with all candy themes such as the gummy bears etc. There also plans to have a dedicated dessert market place. Let your inner kid run wild on a sugar high!

Pier 3
The upcoming artifact walk will have a large central lawn fringed by groves of trees and shrubs and a labyrinth garden formed by hedges. The garden will have picnic tables and Adirondack chairs.

Spyscape
The museum was opened with an idea to be one of the most interactive museums in the world and was dedicated to the intriguing world of espionage. It exhibits question stations and spy challenges to help guests gauge their spy readiness.

The New Museum of Modern Art
The MoMA just reopened after being closed for renovations, finally! The new and improved museum features a more gallery space, a studio space for performances, and an experimental space. Its street-level galleries will be free for the local community.

Make Your Trip Memorable
New York is always changing, and these are just a few of the cool things to do in the city, whether you live there or you are just visiting. Additionally, you can also visit classics like the Times Tower and the Empire state building during your free time or strolling around.

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