Ellicottville Things to do and Events.

Best Ellicottville Summer Events This Year

Ellicottville Things to do and Events.One of the best places to be is on the East Coast, specifically in the state of New York. Although it is known for its large cities and metropolitan areas, it is also a great place to have fun during the summer months. There are a couple events in Ellicottville that you might want to attend because of their reputation for providing people with a great time. There is a summer festival that many people enjoy, and obstacle race with a mudslide, and a cycling event that makes people have fun and get their exercise. All of these events should make Ellicottville your top destination for participating in the best Summer events of the year.

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Situated on the corner of 29th Street and Park Avenue, The Gansevoort couldn’t be more centrally located. With a roof top pool and terrace, offering spectacular views of The Empire State Building, this quirky, slightly edgy, but luxurious hotel is a world away from your average downtown corporate branded establishment. The rooms are generously proportioned too, which is a rarity in such a central location.

2. The Empire State Building

The word “awesome” must have been invented to describe the views from the top of this iconic building. If you have never been to NYC before, you tend to think that you already know what it looks like, because you have seen it in so many movies and TV shows, but nothing can prepare you for the feeling you get when you look down onto the city from each side of the Observation Deck. If you are pushed for time, it is well worth booking the Express Pass which really does give you VIP status and entitles you to jump all the queues, whizzing you to the top in no time at all.

Empire State Building

3. The Circle Line Cruise

The Full Island Cruise which circumnavigates Manhattan Island will enable you to see 3 rivers, 7 major bridges, 5 boroughs, over 25 world renowned landmarks and a magnificent close up of the Statue of Liberty, all in 3 hours. The tour guide’s commentary is both interesting and informative, and it is hard to imagine any other way of seeing so many sights, and learning so many facts, in such a short space of time.

4. Shake Shack

A trip to NYC wouldn’t be complete without consuming a least one burger. There are of course hundreds of burger restaurants to choose from, but for a simple, traditional New York style burger experience, Shake Shack in Madison Square Park takes some beating especially on a balmy summer’s evening. Don’t let the length of the queues faze you, as they move quite quickly and theses burgers are well worth waiting for.

5. Central Park

Whether you choose to take a bike, Vespa, horse and carriage or gentle stroll through Central Park, its green meadows, sprawling waters, unique bridges and outstanding beauty are not to be missed. Its peace and tranquillity offer the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Central Park

6. Ground Zero

The 9/11 Memorial which honours the lives of those who were lost, occupies 8 of the 16 acres at WTC and serves as a tribute to the past as well as a place of hope for the future. The names of every person who died in the terrorist attacks on September 11 are inscribed around the twin memorial pools. Free passes can be reserved in advance. The museum is due to open late spring.

7. Rockefeller Center

With its 3 viewing decks and a 360 degree city views, a visit to the Top of the Rock at the Rockefeller Center is a must. The sweeping views of Central Park and the city skyline are quite spectacular. Tours of the Rockefeller Center and NBC Studios are also available. Read Whole Article, Go Here

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