Best Place To See New York Skyline

Best Place To See New York Skyline

 New York City is a fantastic place to be! The view of the skyline here is breathtaking. This city’s core, surrounded by water, has many great ways to see it without having to go too far away from its center and perimeter buildings – such as skyscrapers that tower high above all else in this metropolis. In this blog, we are going to take a look at the best place to see New York Skyline.

Brooklyn Bridge Park

The view from Brooklyn Bridge Park is truly worth seeing. After walking across this bridge, I can’t imagine a perfect location for viewing it other than sitting on the grass with people and dogs playing around me while taking in views of New York’s skyline starting to set at dusk. You’ll be blown away by all that you see!

North River Lobster Company

we suggest you to must visit The North River’s floating seafood restaurant during the warm months. It is one of the top restaurants in NYC. It is no doubt the tourist attraction spot in NYC. Departing from the Hudson River west of Times Square, this 900 ft boat sails past the skyline on complimentary cruises for 45-minutes all afternoon and evening with a raw bar, lobster rolls, truffle parmesan fries to fuel you through it! do not forget to grab a cocktail at their full-service bar – in honor of our Empire State Building – without reservations needed.

East River State Park

Williamsburg has quickly gained popularity, and its proximity to Manhattan is undoubtedly one of them. The hip Brooklyn neighborhood offers many of the same perks as Manhattan plus even more magnificent skyline views. Head over to East River State Park, which is located on the banks of the East River, for an unbeatable view of New York City’s skyscrapers up close.

On Saturdays from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Smorgasburg hosts 100+ local food vendors that purvey delicious edibles, including legendary ramen burgers!

Liberty State Park

Liberty State Park offers a quiet escape from the noise and crowds of Manhattan. Located just across the Hudson River, it is easy to reach by taking the PATH train or ferry. The park’s expansive lawn provides an open space for picnicking at any time of day as you watch New York City’s skyline in all its glory with your own eyes! Take a walk down Liberty Walkway until you are looking directly into NYC’s Financial District; take this opportunity to capture some fantastic pictures before heading back on one last boat ride over sunset (or during).

Brooklyn Heights Promenade

Enjoy a relaxing day in Jersey City. This is the perfect place to picnic and admire New York from afar, without all of the crowds. Liberty State Park may be less crowded than any Manhattan park, but it still has every bit as much charm! You can also walk on their famous promenade while admiring NYC’s Financial District skyline – see something different this time around? If you want a better view, go for a sunset ferry ride back across the Hudson River with breathtaking views.

FAQ’s

Which building in New York has the best view?

One World Observatory is located at the top of an iconic building in New York City, making it undoubtedly one of the best places to view all this city offers. The Freedom Tower offers a rare 360 degrees perspective on downtown NYC and its surrounding boroughs. Get there before you miss out!

Where can I see the NYC skyline from NJ?

Hamilton Park is the perfect spot to take in views of one of Earth’s most amazing cities. You’ll be able to get some great photos and watch famous landmarks like Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade Center, or Statue Liberty go by.

What side of the plane should I sit on to see NYC?

When you fly out of LGA, the chances are good that, if not all, your flights offer a view of the Manhattan skyline. On one side will be spectacular views most times, but sitting on the other might still yield decent results too.

Which observation deck is best in NYC?

Edge at Hudson Yards, the world’s top outdoor observatory, opened for business on March 14th. But One World Trade Center still has them beat when it comes to being high above street level– 1,268 feet to be exact!

Scott Hamlin
Scott is the editor-in-chief of Spice Market New York. He is also an author and publisher of his own craft.