HEAD OFF TO NEW YORK !
New York is unique and richly deserves its nickname of "the city that never sleeps". In New York, everything is larger than life. In addition to its universally known monuments await beaches, parks and botanical gardens a few minutes from the centre of Manhattan.
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
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Peanut Butter & Co
This restaurant is entirely dedicated to peanut butter sandwiches. You can even take a souvenir back home: one of their speciality preparations.
Alice's Tea Cup
With an "Alice in Wonderland" decor theme, this tearoom is an amusing place for a family lunch or snack. The food is good and the portions generous.
The Madame Tussaud's wax museum
One of the best ways to find out all about American legends while having fun. Superheroes, politicians, sporting greats and historical figures… take an unforgettable photograph!
Times Square and Broadway musicals
Times Square, famous for its many immense neon signs, is a famous landmark of New York and has become one of the city's iconic sights. The greatest musicals are on show in this neighbourhood and some of them will be family favourites: The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, etc.
MUSEUMS & EXHIBITIONS
Natural History Museum and Rose Center for Earth and Space (Planetarium)
These two museums are close together and family favourites. The Natural History Museum offers its visitors four floors and forty-two exhibitions. The Center for Earth and Space, in the middle of a cube of glass, is a singular attraction, the crossroads of stars and planets.
Visiting this aircraft carrier, one of the most famous ships of American history, you can fly on a simulator or discover an impressive collection of aircrafts.
ZOOS, AQUARIUMS, PARKS & GARDENS
Nicknamed “the green lung of New York”, Central Park is the ideal place for walking, jogging, rollerblading or ice skating (in winter), and attending concerts. One thing is sure: it is New York's favourite playground!
Coney Island Aquarium
The only aquarium in New York, it has more than 350 species of water wildlife and has a particularly splendid collection of beluga whales.