Touristy Fun Things to Do in NYC this Fall 2014 Announced by NYCTourist.com

Touristy Fun Things to Do in NYC this Fall 2014 Announced by NYCTourist.com

Fall marks the changing of the leaves, and in New York City it's quite a sight to see! When planning a trip to New York City this fall be sure and check out the city’s most spectacular tourist attractions. While here, it is suggested that visitors check out every aspect of the Big Apple! Year round, NYC has so many things to do, and it was hard to condense the list, but NYCTourist.com has managed to provide the top touristy fun things to do in New York City for Fall 2014.

Fall Foliage Tour- A seasonal tour, only running for a short time from October 12- November 18 this year, is a fall don’t miss! This New York City nature tour guides visitors throughout the Hudson Valley to sights including the Palisades, Bear Mountain, West Point, the historic Lookout Inn, Fort Montgomery and all of the beautiful towns in between.

 Top of the Rock- This well known attraction delivers stunning panoramic views of New York City. Atop the 67th, 69th, and 70th floors, with the 70th floor being an outdoor observatory, all floors offer a 360- degree view of New York City. Do be sure to use the binoculars and explore what the naked eye can’t see! Open daily from 8am to 12am for all ages.

 Ground Zero Museum Workshop- Tourists will love this breathtaking tour gives New York City visitors the chance to better understand what took place during the 9/11 tragedy. Showcasing 100 of Gary Marlon Suson’s most notable photographs of Ground Zero. Visitors will also see video footage, be able see and touch artifacts, tools, and clothing worn by workers. Tour guides lend their knowledge to visitors either in person or by self-guided audio tour narrated by Gary Marlon Suson, available also in Spanish, French and Italian.NYC Museum Pass- A discount pass that gains visitors access to the top 3 New York City Museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Guggenheim Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art. The Metropolitan Museum of Art has over 2 million works of art from around the globe. The Guggenheim Museum not only offers tremendous works of art inside but the actual building itself is a piece of art. The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), is often known as the most influential museum of modern art in the world. Plus, kids never pay!Foods of NY Tours- Since 1999 Foods of New York Tours have been dishing up a great experience for its attendees! Taking dinners through historic and most famous areas for New York food, they give a “non touristy” experience so participants can feel just like a native! This is a top rated Food tour on NYCTourist.com and Zerve with over 20,000+ past guests!Take Me Out NYC- Nightlife Tour- Hop inside a limousine and arrive in style to New York’s best Nightlife Venues. Take Me Out NYC offers a variety of different types of nightlife tours, including a Mixology Tour, Prohibition Tour, Nightclub Tour, and a Party Bus Tour. Don’t waste any time waiting in line, they get party-goers straight to the front with no entrance fee!

NY See It All With OnBoard Tours- New York City’s most comprehensive Shuttle Tour, combining a bus tour, short walks, and a boat cruise. On this 6 hour New York City tour travelers will literally see it all, going throughout the entire city, guided walks will take participants to 18 different attractions, and along the way you will see over 20 more different famous sights. Tour guides give comprehensive details about each and every New York City attraction! Plus free water on the bus!

Tickets and promotions for these attractions are all available through NYCTourist.com. Some attractions can sell out fast so be sure and book early. NYCTourist.com also provides deals on New York City hotels, shows, sports, restaurants, nightlife, shopping and more! It’s the one stop shop when planning your fall getaway to the beautiful Big City!

NYCTourist.com is one of NYC’s busiest and oldest travel & tourism sites for everything New York City. The author of this article, Erica James has loved all things NYC ever since her first visit there.