man standing against railing under little island park
woman leaning over glass balcony railing with view of new york city
large fountain surrounded by red bricks and lushous greenery
aerial view of new york city skyline
close up shot of statue of liberty with city skyline in background
street view of part of brooklyn bridge
brooklyn bridge and new york city skyline at dusk
couple smiling at one another and cheerings cocktails on rooftop overlooking new york city

Make Memories As Unforgettable As the Skyline

New York shines even brighter in the summer. With rooftop restaurant views, street festival scenes, and river cruises with skyline views, summer brings out the best sights of the city. Whether you explore under the summer sun or beneath sparkling city lights, the next “wow” moment is always just around the corner.

NYC Neighborhoods

woman and daughter rowing canoe over body of water with bridge in background

Central Park

Central Park in the summer … does it get any better? Go for a quiet stroll along the Reservoir, rent a rowboat at Loeb Boathouse, or even grab a rod and cast a line in Harlem Meer. If you time it right, you could catch a concert at SummerStage or a performance of Shakespeare in the Park.

view of times square at night with crowds of people

Times Square

The lights are brightest in Times Square, so make sure your phone is charged for all the pictures you’ll take. Head to the Red Steps for a great vantage point and epic people-watching. Shops and spectacular dining are easy to find. This is the heart of the theater district, the perfect place to watch the curtains go up on a Broadway show.

couple walking out of doorway


Catch a Picnic Performance at Bryant Park or stroll through the Museum of Modern Art. Ascend the Empire State Building or soak up the history at Rockefeller Center. Midtown Manhattan is where you’ll want to visit to experience everything that makes New York City such an incredible destination.

busy street with tall buildings and crowds of people

Lower Manhattan

So many of NYC’s most iconic neighborhoods can be found in Lower Manhattan. Greenwich Village, SoHo, Tribeca, and more. Discover favorite local restaurants and shops as you wander the neighborhood streets. The 9/11 Memorial & Museum is one stop you won’t want to miss.

back of man wearing white shirt, khaki pants and a grey backpack walking on brooklyn bridge


Soak up the best view of the New York summer skyline at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Then look closer because there’s so much to see and do in this trendy, vibrant borough. Explore like a local and check out Smorgasburg Food Market and Brooklyn Flea, where you never know what treats and treasures you’ll find.

woman leaning on clear, see-through wall overlooking the hudson

Gold Coast

Beyond the close-in confines of NYC, you’ll discover more treasures on the Hudson River waterfront. In Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken and more, epic dining, entertainment and nightlife await you. It’s a perfect summer destination, on the edge of so much excitement.