What To See In NYC During The AD Design Show 2019? – With the AD Magazine design event right outside the door in time to see what you must visit during your New York stay and complete your ultimate AD Design Show city guide! Find out more here!
The final countdown for AD Design Show 2019 has already started… After presenting the top boutique hotels, five-star restaurants and amazing design showrooms and galleries is time to introduce to you the must-visit monuments and landmarks of New York City to complete your ultimate city guide! Are you ready to begin our journey?
STATUE OF LIBERTY
With almost 300 feet tall, Lady Liberty is one of the most popular statues in the world making it a must-visit place if you’re going to the great New York City! Designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, the Statue of Liberty was built in the southern tip of Manhattan in 1886.
Her crown of seven rays represents the seven seas and continents, and a tablet inscribed with “July IV MDCCLXXVI,” celebrates the date when the U.S. declared independence from the British
WASHINGTON SQUARE PARK
Is the big variety of plants and green spaces that makes the Washington Square Park one of the most pleasurable spaces to be in! Although it is considerably smaller than other New York parks, this can be or is a little piece of heaven in the middle of the busy new york lifestyle where you can relax and enjoy the nature’s beauty!
In the middle of Washington Square Park, which located next to one of the trendiest neighborhoods in the city called Greenwich Village neighborhood, we can find the beautiful Washington Square Arch which is one of the city’s hallmarks.
Inaugurated in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge is the second most famous landmark in the Big Apples! The 1,595-foot-long structure was the world’s longest suspension bridge until 1903 when the nearby Williamsburg Bridge overtook it by 4.5 feet.
After 13 years of its construction, locals were still wary of its safety, and to prove its strength, authorities invited a circus entertainer to walk 21 elephants over the bridge.
WORLD TRADE CENTER TRANSPORTATION HUB
Open since the spring of 2016, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub is a modern building designed by the famous architect, Santiago Calatrava.
From its initial sketches through to the modern architecture building, the design project is famous for its symbolism and its physical complexity.
Located along the western tip of Brooklyn’s picturesque Eastern Parkway Blvd, this 560,000 square foot museum features roughly 1.5 million works of art.
Created by the once prominent architecture firm, McKim, Mead & White, the Beaux-Arts structure is the third largest museum in the country!