Times Square, New York

19 Mentions on Trippy

  • 3 mentions in Things to do on an overnight layover in NYC?

    • Michael F.

      Michael F. said, "...bite to each. You might also want to check out some local live music. I'd probably still head to Midtown Manhattan/ Times Square area and make that your anchor point. Look online for restaurants and reviews, there are obviously a ton of..." See More

    • Michael F.

      Michael F. said, "...and from airport, coupled with the fact that it is the middle of the night, limits what you can do. Def Times Square in midtown. I'd probably do it on the way back though, just in case something goes awry; you don't..." See More

    • jami c.

      jami c. said, "...so you'll be slightly limited in what you can do between 10pm and 8am. But of course you must hit up Times Square !!!! Depending on the day and if you can get into Manhattan quick enough you also might be able..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Fun free things to do with teens in Times Square?

    • Lila B.

      Lila B. said, "...Just walking around Times Square is amazing. There is plenty to see continually. And it's free!..." See More

    • Alex S.

      Alex S. said, "...Hi Kelly, Times Square is unfortunately one of the most expensive areas in Manhattan--it is probably the most-visited tourist destination spots in the city, which means that any activity or restaurant you choose is going to cost a lot of money. However,..." See More

  • 2 mentions in free or cheap things to do in NYC

    • Diane g.

      Diane g. said, "...Take a free trip on the Staten Island Ferry for great views of the city Wander around Central Park, Greenwich Village, Times Square Many museums accept a donation don't worry about the suggested donation give what you want..." See More

    • Carly W.

      Carly W. said, "...free to just site see such as Chinatown New York, Little Italy, Union Station, High Line Park, New York Public Library, Times Square, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn Bridge. I would say that Statue of Liberty Ellis Island is worth..." See More

  • 2 mentions in NY attractions

    • Sean K.

      Sean K. said, "...to the Statue of Liberty. It’s a national icon, and with good reason. Eventually, everyone that goes to New York visits Times Square. It’s fun (sort of), it’s very touristy, and you’ll be done with it in short order. Don’t bother..." See More

    • amery c.

      amery c. said, "...am going to mention few of mine favourite, hope could justify Niagara Falls Watkins Glen State Park New York City Hall Times Square Buttermilk Falls..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best areas to stay (other than Manhattan) in NYC close to subway?

    • Michael F.

      Michael F. said, "...and Manhattan. The train's northern most stop is 33rd street around Macy'sso you are only about a 10 block walk to Times Square. Also, the PATH train has stops further downtown as well. There are not that many hotels in Hoboken,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to do in NYC

    • Sean K.

      Sean K. said, "...nice, though, there's always Battery Park and the River Walk Bar & Grill. Eventually, everyone that goes to New York visits Times Square Probably the best free thing in New York is Central Park. Even if you just take a short stroll..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best places to photograph while in NYC, especially near Times Square?

    • Rocio A.

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      Rocio A. said, "...the most beautiful pictures during spring, summer, fall and winter (my fav season of the year is the fall). Close to Times Square there is Bryant Park where people go to relax, propose, grab a coffee, etc. Central Park is where you..." See More

  • 1 mention in Looking for hotel options in or near distinctive neighborhoods.

    • katie f.

      katie f. said, "...feel to it; much better vibe than the Upper East Side and central park is easily accessible. AVOID Midtown east/west and Times Square! Ugly, bad restaurants and mostly offices. I've lived in Chelsea (New York) and Gramercy Park and they're just..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things To Do with Young Children

    • Mireille P.

      Mireille P. said, "...Hi Heather, Times Square, Times Square, Madame Tussauds New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Central Park Zoo, Top of The Rock..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do in New York City in January?

    • jami c.

      jami c. said, "...is always sporting events at Madison Square Gardenand Barclays Center or you can hit up some of the other places in Times Square such as Discovery Times Square or Madame Tussauds New York. If you're into old school video games there is..." See More

  • 1 mention in Place to find affordable souvenirs near Times Square?

    • TREX S.

      TREX S. said, "...Don't buy them in Times Square- worst possible place spend-wise. Chinatown New York is great for deals, as well as random shops around the city...." See More

  • 1 mention in NYC in January, good idea?

    • Supun E.

      Supun E. said, "...late and in a friendly mood in Hell's Kitchen--which is now an artsy/foodie area. It's also just a 15min walk for Times Square..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best hotels to stay at in New York City for a first time visitor

    • Crystal L.

      Crystal L. said, "...to do with your budget, your interests as a visitor, and the quality of hotel you are seeking. Staying near the Times Square /Midtown area definitely has the advantage of having easy access to most of the most well known attractions by..." See More

  • 1 mention in Safe neighborhood in NYC for Mother-Daughter trip

    • Laura Q.

      Laura Q. said, "...safe hotel (lobby is not on the street level, which is a nice security perk) but you can easily walk to Times Square, NBC (NY) Employees FCU, Theater District - Times Square, and lots of fun little restaurants. Not quaint and..." See More