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Trip to New York: Day 1 - Manhattan Exploration

Central Park - Start your day with a leisurely stroll in Central Park.

Museum Mile - Head to Museum Mile along Fifth Avenue. You can visit museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, or the Museum of the City of New York.

Times Square - In the evening, make your way to Times Square. It’s a must-see, especially when all the lights come on. You can catch a Broadway show here if you plan ahead.

Dinner in Hell’s Kitchen - After Times Square, have dinner in the nearby Hell’s Kitchen area. There are many great restaurants to choose from.

Day 2 - Downtown and Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island - Start your day early and take a ferry to visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.

One World Trade Center - After returning from the islands, visit the One World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. It’s a poignant experience.

Wall Street and Financial District - Explore Wall Street and the Financial District, taking in the Charging Bull and Federal Hall.

Brooklyn Bridge - In the late afternoon, walk across the Brooklyn Bridge for stunning views of the Manhattan skyline.

DUMBO - Once in Brooklyn, visit DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) for great food and beautiful photo opportunities.

Day 3 - Uptown and Cultural Attractions

The Cloisters - Start your day with a visit to The Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art that focuses on medieval European art. It’s located in Fort Tryon Park and offers a unique experience.

Harlem - Explore the neighborhood of Harlem. You can visit the Apollo Theater, enjoy soul food at a local restaurant, and soak in the rich history and culture.

Columbia University - If you’re interested, you can take a stroll around the beautiful campus of Columbia University.

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - Spend the afternoon at MoMA to see some of the world’s most famous artworks.

Top of the Rock - End your day with a visit to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Center for incredible views of the city.

This itinerary covers some of the most iconic and diverse attractions in New York City, but remember that the city has so much more to offer. Feel free to adjust it based on your interests, and don’t forget to check opening hours and make reservations where needed to maximize your time in the city. Enjoy your trip!