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Things to do in Lower Manhattan, Manhattan

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Bridge
“Take the train and go for a walk or run across the Brooklyn Bridge around 8 am to beat the crowds. You'll get a great little workout and breathtaking views. ”
  • 452 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful park with the famous arch. Tons of street performers, right next to Soho. ”
  • 434 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The Whitney Museum of American Art, known informally as the "Whitney", is an art museum in Manhattan. It was founded in 1930 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, a wealthy and prominent American socialite and art patron after whom it is named. The Whitney focuses on 20th- and 21st-century American art.”
  • 323 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“Best place to find local farmer's markets during multiple days of the week. If you love apple cider donuts (Saturdays), you will find a stand right by the QNRW entrance towards 16th/17th street on Union Sq. West. You can also visit the Kellogg's store or Dylan's Candy shop. Max Brenner's Chocolate restaurant is a walking distance away. ”
  • 415 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“Known as an artists' getaway in the 1960s and '70s, Manhattan's hip SoHo neighborhood is famous for its cast-iron architecture, trendy shops, and innovative art galleries. SoHo spans the area from South Houston Street to Canal Street, and is bounded on the east by Lafayette Street.”
  • 338 locals recommend
Deli / Bodega
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“Famous for it's pastrami, also a particular scene in the movie "When Harry Met Sally"”
  • 402 locals recommend
Gourmet Shop
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“Eataly NYC Flatiron is a vibrant Italian marketplace that features an array of cafes, counters, restaurants, and a cooking school. Eat, shop, and learn. Remember to check out the rooftop, it's sorta hidden so ask if you need help finding!”
  • 346 locals recommend
Building
“As most people know, this is one of the most famous and popular place to visit. Here we visit the brave and the fallen from the 9/11 attack. It is a very emotional and beautiful place! You must visit this place! Also you can get deals from Groupon!”
  • 196 locals recommend
Park
“one of my favorite bagel spots. get french toast and walnut cream cheese or the everything bagel, bacon, egg, with bacon scallion creamcheese”
  • 292 locals recommend
Art Museum
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“Great Museum in the Lower East Side featuring new exhibits year round of world renowned artists. ”
  • 203 locals recommend
History Museum
“Here you can learn about NYC’s urban immigrant history. Find out the different challenges immigrants had to face and how they overcame them.”
  • 268 locals recommend
Memorial Site
“Make sure to go to the actual museum too! One of the best museums I've been too, and it is free after 5pm on Tuesdays. Go at 4:30pm to get tickets if you do decide to do the free entry.”
  • 150 locals recommend
Park
“The first ever shake shack is in the park. There is always quite a long line though :)”
  • 191 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
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“Chinatown in NYC is worth a visit, especially for tourists who haven't visited many Chinatowns before. The neighborhood is expansive, unique, and bustling with people.”
  • 164 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Great breakfast/brunch spot. Share the pancakes and order main courses. Ask for their homemade raspberry jam! ”
  • 245 locals recommend
Moroccan Restaurant
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“Head to this Moroccan boîte, open since 1983, for halloumi with eggs, assorted mezze, big salads, and terrific tagines. Students and European tourists love this place, and there’s a sizeable outdoor patio when it’s nice out. There’s also a location in Williamsburg.”
  • 238 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Deli / Bodega
“Famous for it's pastrami, also a particular scene in the movie "When Harry Met Sally"”
  • 402 locals recommend
Gourmet Shop
“Eataly NYC Flatiron is a vibrant Italian marketplace that features an array of cafes, counters, restaurants, and a cooking school. Eat, shop, and learn. Remember to check out the rooftop, it's sorta hidden so ask if you need help finding!”
  • 346 locals recommend
Bakery
“Great breakfast/brunch spot. Share the pancakes and order main courses. Ask for their homemade raspberry jam! ”
  • 245 locals recommend
Moroccan Restaurant
“Head to this Moroccan boîte, open since 1983, for halloumi with eggs, assorted mezze, big salads, and terrific tagines. Students and European tourists love this place, and there’s a sizeable outdoor patio when it’s nice out. There’s also a location in Williamsburg.”
  • 238 locals recommend
Speakeasy
“Make sure you put your bid in 2-3 hours before you get in. Classic New York speakeasy bar that is worth the try.”
  • 175 locals recommend
Ramen Restaurant
“David Chang's Asian-accented American fare comes with an open kitchen, spare decor & dinner crowds.”
  • 148 locals recommend
Burger Restaurant
“The original location and the best burgers in town. Seating is outside, in Madison Sq Park”
  • 186 locals recommend
Gastropub
“This Michelin-starred gastro pub is one of the best in the city, and is known for many amazing dishes. Burger-wise, the Chargrilled Burger with Roquefort is epically good - the ultra-thick beef patty is topped with the stinkiest, most delicious Roquefort cheese and comes with a mountain of shoestring fries. ”
  • 173 locals recommend

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