God Bless. Rick Rescorla saved 2,687 lives and is a true hero listening to no one and getting all the people out safetly and leaving no one behind, unlike what Morgan Stanley Fire Marshals told him on their own employees they didn't like where they were from, and he saved 3 floors of Merrill people giving his own life - a real Saint. One more no one knows about and the one MS Principle heading to Managing Director who gave his life also telling what to do from his friend.Always do the Right Thing and Listen to Noone who says otherwise.https://www.awesomestories.com/asset/view/Rick-Rescorla-Saved-2-687-Lives-on-September-11https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Rescorla
I go here every few years. A perfect place to hybernate in the rain. You get to see wax figures of numerous celebrities in a party room at cocktail …
A little known place in NY's Chinatown to learn a bit of culture. Small, but lots to see. Recommended.
Spent a great afternoon at one world. Amazing views, even a cafe to enjoy a snack. Watched the sunset too.
Take a tour of this restored tenement and learn about the families who lived there and how they met the challenges of daily life. Reservations are a must! Tenement and walking neighborhood combo tickets are the best way to get the most out of your visit. Unique , inspiring, and not to be missed.
We didn't allow ourselves enough time and had to kind of rush through. This museum is a must do if you have kids!
After museums and historical sites, my kids wanted something silly and fun. This was the perfect place. The wax sculptures were scary real!
Went here day before New Years with the kids. Awesome museum, insane crowds! Going to make it an annual trip.
Breathtaking! New York first time vist - so everything was exciting. But the entry into the museum is truly breathtaking. If you have a passion for biology, history or museums, you could spend a couple of days here.
This is a very interesting museum, it's cylindrical in shape and is wider at the top than it is on the bottom, very beautiful building!
I go to NYC at least once a year and I can't believe it's taken me 20+ years to finally visit this musuem. What a wonderful place! It's like stepping in to some tiny village in France or England. The gallery is nice and features a large selection of medieval art but for me, it's all about the architecture and the gardens which are beautiful. They do not take a bad picture! I'm definitely looking forward to my next visit.
they answer the phone right away. it was an answering machine but directed me to the correct number i needed to speak with someone.