New York Botanical Gardens

The Bronx is a treasure trove of family adventure and the New York Botanical Gardens is one of the biggest gems with its own 250 acres of diverse landscape. (Yes, the Bronx has one of the greatest botanical gardens in the world.)

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One World Trade Center

One World Observatory is all my son knows about the World Trade Center which was built and destroyed in my lifetime. I remember visiting the Twin Towers to see my mother at work when I was a child (1970 something).

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Holtsville Ecological Park

Our family has been in love with the Holtsville Ecology Park for over twenty years. This hidden gem houses an astounding animal preserve along with many other amenities.

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American Museum of Natural History

I feel like a kid again when I visit the American Museum of Natural History. Curiosity and wonder fill my mind as I navigate towards the dinosaur bones, check my weight on a Giant Red Star, and see a 500 foot blue whale up close. (I am possibly more excited than the children I brought with me.)

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Yankee Stadium

The New York Yankees are a household name whether you’re a fan, rival or indifferent to sports altogether. Either way it seems like a right of passage to visit Yankee Stadium at least once in your lifetime.

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Sagamore Hill

Our favorite President is a native New Yorker and his home, Sagamore Hill, is right here on Long Island!

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The Intrepid

Enjoy the depths of history that unfold throughout your journey of this very unique and special museum.

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