Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

New York

The Slipper Room
The Slipper Room is a performance space offering a roster of incredible variety acts, from burlesque to aerialists and everything in between.
Grand Central Terminal
Housing top restaurants, bars and stores, Grand Central is way more than just a train station...
Whitney Museum
The Whitney Museum of American Art has moved into a purpose-built Renzo Piano building in the Meatpacking where the 14,000 strong collection is housed...
LES Tenement Museum
A tour around the Lower Eastside Tenement Museum is a real insight into old New York.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Superlatives just don't do justice to one of the most impressive and extensive art collections in the world...
Brooklyn Museum of Art
Brooklyn's contemporary art museum is well worth a trip...
Riverside Church
Serene and spectacular venue for theater and concerts...
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Alternative music to cutting-edge theatre is on offer at Brooklyn Academy of Music...
United Nations
The home of international diplomacy at the heart of Manhattan...
Central Park
A trip to New York City is not complete without a visit to Central Park...
Empire State Building
NYC's iconic landmark still provides the best views of the city...
Guggenheim Museum
One of the most iconic buildings in the city houses one of the world's greatest art collections...
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
St. Patrick's is architecturally stunning and offers an alternative to the city's parks and galleries.
Frick Collection
A collection of artworks housed in the former estate of steel tycoon Henry Clay Frick...
Museum of Natural History
All you ever wanted to know about natural history...
City Center
NY City Center is known for its expressive dance and dramatic theatre...
Bryant Park
Bryant Park is perfect place to enjoy a spot of peace and quiet amid the chaos that surrounds you.
Statue of Liberty
Lady Liberty is one of NYC's most iconic landmarks - pity it's a bit of a schlep to get there...
The Circle Line
Take a different view of Manhattan - this time from the water...
Rockefeller Center
Built by one of the quintessential industrialist American families the Rockefeller Center is a mixture of views, shops, restaurants and live music...
Cooper-Hewitt Museum
A look around here will make you realise the full impact design has on the way we live.
NYC Public Library
Housing an important collection of literature, although it's the building that tends to be the real star...
Staten Island Ferry
The Staten Island Ferry has been captured in countless movies and is one of New York's most iconic activities.
The Cloisters
A hidden oasis of calm, The Cloisters showcase Medieval European art and architecture...
Lincoln Center
The beating heart of New York's performing arts scene...
Washington Square Park
Steeped in history and popular with a diverse mix of people Washington Square Park is a great place to hang out. On the weekends come and enjoy performers entertaining the large crowds.
Union Square Park
Union Square Park is a cultural hub of happenings. Stop savour and enjoy...
Museum of Modern Art
Although a small space, the collections are always changing at the Museum of Contemporary Art so there's always plenty to sit and stare at.

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