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If you're planning a trip to New York in the Springtime, you'll probably already be aware of some of the main attractions. Here we list ten sights not to be missed at any cost!

The American Museum of Natural History first opened to the public in 1869, and since then has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. It hosts an ever changing program of exhibits, so however often you return, you will always be surprised by something new.

The delightful green expanse that is Central Park has long been regarded as an oasis among the metropolis. You can choose to walk, cycle or take a carriage ride around the park to see everything that it has to offer visitors of all ages.

Those with an interest in the immigrant experience should head straight for the Immigration Museum at Ellis Island. This respected museum offers a great insight into the challenges and problems faced by the early immigrants, and it also offers a valuable opportunity to view Manhattan from the water

There is possibly no greater view than that of New York City that from top of the Empire State Building. Don't forget that you can buy your tickets in advance, thus significantly reducing your waiting time.

One of the most stunning railway stations in the world is surely New York's Grand Central Station. It is an opulent example of New York architecture at its very best. The station runs free and very instructive tours on a regular basis.

The famous MET (Metropolitan Museum of Art) houses more than two million artworks from all over the world. Its collective is so diverse that is bound to have something to appeal to all artistic tastes.

MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art) is a museum entirely dedicated to modern art, and was established back in 1929, way ahead of its time. Including works in many mediums- including sculpture, architecture, film and paintings, the museum is extremely popular with visitors from across the world.

Rockefeller Center is a great year round destination. Located bang in the middle of Midtown, it is arguably most known for its brilliant Christmas decorations and ice rink. It also has a fabulous observation deck accessed by a lift with a sky view. It is home to the famous Radio City Music Hall, and a whole plethora of fantastic dining and shopping destinations.

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