New York Tourist Sites Opening Post Hurricane Sandy
By Brandon Dudley November 1, 2012
Hurricane Sandy shut down much of New York City and its tourist attractions for a few days. New Yorker’s are resilient and are slowly getting things up and running again. Many of its prime museums and attractions is now beginning to resume operations with Thursday being a big day for reopening.
Here is a short list of some of the top locations that are expected reopening on Thursday for tourist.
- The Met Museum
- The Empire State Building Observatory
- Top of the Rock
- Gray Line New York Sightseeing
Sites, in Lower Manhattan are going to be remained closed for a longer period for more cleanup work to be done. A small list of some key sites to remain closed indefinitely are listed below:
- The 9/11 Memorial
- South Street Seaport
- Statue of Liberty
- Ellis Island
New York is a prime tourist destination and we hope if you live in New York or the surrounding areas affected by Hurricane Sandy that you were able to stay safe. For more information about areas open in New York city visit Facebook.com/nycgo. Special thanks as well to the RSAA for providing this information to us.