- By Kevin
- On May 19, 2017
- North America
- Travel Tips
I'd like to recommend the New York travel guide, and 3 narby sights worth to visit. Places suit for kids and couples.
Bateaux New York
Bateaux New York is a cruise company offering a variety of river cruises originating from Chelsea Piers. Their cruise options include dinner cruises, luxury lunch cruises, brunch cruises, and several holiday and specialty cruises. The specially crafted food menu offers a delightful selection that is sure to please any palate. Tours include quality live musical entertainment.
Bateaux New York cruises the Hudson and East Rivers and takes passengers past the skyscrapers of Manhattan and many of New York's most iconic landmarks. Some of the highlights include the Empire State Building, the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and much more.
The Joyce Theater is a 472-seat dance performance theater located in the historic Elgin Theater. The theater hosts dance performance events and works to support artists as well as educate the public about the art of dance. The Joyce Theater Foundation has a strong commitment to community action, which includes offering a variety of enrichment activities for families and school children throughout NYC.
There is a large variety of events performed at the Joyce. Virtually every style of dance is represented in some way, including some that most people have probably never heard of. The theater provides a charming atmosphere to watch impressive dance performances.
Clement Clarke Moore Park
Clement Clarke Moore Park is a public park named after poet and scholar Clement Clarke Moore. Moore is recognized as the author of “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” which is commonly known as “Twas the Night Before Christmas.” The park is built in the location of a former farm that was owned by Clement's grandfather.
It features a playground for children as well as showers, and family friendly events are hosted at the park from time to time. Community Poetry readings of Moore's famous poem happen every Christmas season. The park provides a relaxing place to escape from the hustle and bustle of New York.