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#1 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Staten Island
Just a short walk from the Staten Island Ferry, Postcards provides a great view of Manhattan, with the new One World Trade center framed directly in the middle of the "wings" of this monument.
It is very peaceful and scerene offering magnificent views of MY harbor and the City.
#2 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Staten Island
A total hidden gem take the tour learn the histort of NY Harbor ,the view from the fort is beautiful Be prepared to walk up hills and into some catacombs
Located partially under the Verrazano Bridge, you get an excellent view of New York Harbor, Verrazano Bridge, New York and Brooklyn skylines, and the Statue of Liberty in the distance.
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#3 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Staten Island
Awesome Views - Baseball - Great Family Fun!
Add well-priced concessions, a fun programme of between innings entertainment, a view of the Manhattan skyline from your seat and, perhaps above all, a decent level of baseball, and you’ve got all the ingredients...
Verrazano Narrows Bridge Brooklyn 4.0 mi away
#10 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
I highly recommend taking a free ride on the Staten Island ferry at sundown, look at the bridge from one way and the best view of the Statue of Liberty on the way back.
Drive over at sunset !!! Great views Go to beach and take photos on the staten Island side or go to 17 ave overpass near shore parkway Perfect Photos
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East Village New York City 2.1 mi away
#99 of 472 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Further east still, at the East River, is the very pleasant East River Park, which offers fine views of the Brooklyn shore, notably South Williamsburg, the domain of the Satmar (actually, Szatmar) Chassidim, a sec...
Lots of sights sites to see as well, I live in NJ and we come here about every 2 months and always enjoy it.
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#4 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Staten Island
The Alice Austen House is a charming historical home set idyllically on the North Shore of Staten Island with magnificent views of New York Harbor.
Clear Comfort is a great spot for some history, an excellent view of the city, bridge, Brooklyn, and NJ.
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#5 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Staten Island
Unique Museum, Easy To Get To, Great Tour Guide and Great Views
Situated on the site of the Lighthouse Depot of long ago, with wonderful exhibits and extremely knowledgeable guides, it is a wonderful place to visit.
Statue of Liberty New York City 8.4 mi away
#13 of 472 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Amazing experience, wonderfully helpful and knowledgeable park rangers, beautiful to go inside and climb to top! Good for families to explore and learn history or simply enjoy the views.
Glorious example of our Freedom... Great experience ....Everyone needs to visit the park and Ellis Island is humbling... ..everyone helpful... Great view of the city from the water!
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To the Struggle Against World Terrorism Bayonne, NJ 6.1 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Bayonne
The majestic memorial is marvelous to look at....in fact, I actually went to take photos during the solar eclipse at this wonderful site in Bayonne, NJ and got some lovely images....mostly the cruise ship patrons...
... what so many others have said: This is a thoughtful, perfectly executed tribute to 9/11 and the 1993 WTC bombing, one of the few, perhaps only, that memorializes these two events against that great NYC landmark.
#6 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Staten Island
The view of the Raritan Bay is beautiful, take a stroll thru the trails to watch nature at its finest.
Gorgeous views, lots of trails for walking all around the tip of the Island, past the South Pole (the southernmost point in NY State).