The Country Inn & Suites, Newark Airport hotel is a 35-minute subway ride from the heart of NYC where you can visit top attractions like the Statue of Liberty and Radio City Music Hall. You can avoid traffic hassles by taking our free shuttle directly to the Newark train station. After a day of sightseeing, leave the City That Never Sleeps behind and enjoy a restful night in one of our well-appointed hotel rooms.
Be sure to visit these famous New York City attractions:
- Central Park
Established in 1857, Central Park is a 778-acre public park in the heart of New York City. During your visit, you can take a carriage tour, ride the Central Park Carousel, see the animals at the Central Park Zoo or dine at the Tavern on the Green.
- Empire State Building
The Empire State Building rises 1,454 feet above the Manhattan skyline. The 86th floor is an open-air observation deck, which has been featured in several movies. You can also go 16 more floors up to the 102nd enclosed observation deck. Since lines can get long, purchase tickets online that let you skip the wait.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)
The largest art museum in the United States, the MET boasts an impressive selection of art from around the world, including Asian art and an Egyptian temple. You can also see a room designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright and a Tiffany glass collection.
- Rockefeller Center
Whether you go to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck on the 70th floor or stay on the ground to browse more than 75 shops, you will find plenty to do at this popular NYC attraction. In the winter, go skating on the ice skating rink.
- Statue of Liberty
Located in New York Harbor, this iconic statue was gifted to the U.S. by the people of France and dedicated in 1886. You can take the ferry from Battery Park to Lady Liberty, where you can get tickets to climb the 377 steps to the top.
- National September 11 Memorial & Museum
At this moving memorial, two reflecting pools where the towers once stood honor the nearly 3,000 people who died on 9/11. The accompanying 110,000-acre museum tells the story of the attacks through artifacts and interactive displays.
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