From the Big Apple to upstate New York, New York is full of energy, culture and attractions. Visit the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Times Square or the Highline. Take a nature break and visit the Adirondacks, Watkins Glen State Park or Niagara Falls. Stroll through the Bronx Zoo, Central Park or American Museum of Natural History. At night, see why the city never sleeps and dine at a world-renowned restaurant, see a show on Broadway or bar hop in one of the boroughs. Whether you're at a horse race in Saratoga or winning a stuffed prize at Coney Island, New York will not disappoint you.
|Tourism industries speak other languages
|Valid passport (if traveling from outside of the U.S.)
|Best Times to Visit:
|May through October
New York Honeymoons
Whether you stay in Brooklyn, the Hamptons or the Finger Lakes, expect incredible service and world-class amenities. From quaint inns and cozy cabins to beachside vacation rentals and luxurious skyscraper honeymoon suites, New York has accommodations to fit every preference. Many properties offer a wide array of special New York honeymoon packages to make your stay all the more special.
Destination Weddings in New York
New York offers a superabundance of unique romantic destination wedding locations. Say "I do" in Central Park at the Boat House or in the Ellis Island rose garden or in St. Patrick's Cathedral. The city is teeming with musicians, award-winning bakers and creative minds who can pull off basically any request. All-inclusive wedding packages can include a wedding coordinator, floral arrangements, photography, unity candle services and even a honeymoon package at an upscale hotel.
Climate & Weather
New York experiences a four-season climate. In the winter, expect rain and snow with occasionally frigid nights. Spring promises perfect temperatures and blooming gardens. Summer brings hot and humid days with cool evenings. Autumn in New York is gorgeous with brilliant foliage, mild temperatures and sunny days.