New York is a bustling city with endless things to see and do. From museums to shows, food, and fashion, boredom is never something you’ll experience visiting the Big Apple.

If NYC is on your list of places to visit in 2020, here are some top attractions to get onto your itinerary.

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Stroll Across the Brooklyn Bridge

When the 1.3-mile-long Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883, it was the world’s largest suspension bridge. While it no longer holds that ranking, the Brooklyn Bridge still holds its iconic status.

To avoid crowds, do your strolling early in the morning or late at night.

Enter on Centre Street between Chambers Street and Park Row or on Tillary Street at Adams Street.

Dine at Ugly Baby

Who would’ve thought a restaurant called Ugly Baby would be so popular? For those who like it hot, you must make a stop at this Thai establishment. With one bite, you’ll instantly be transported to Thailand.  Considered one of NYC’s best restaurants, the food is so spicy that you will be asking for the cooling cucumbers to keep flowing to your table.

Tour NYC

There are tons of options for tours in the city. Most are by bus, and some are walking, by ferry, or via helicopter. The best thing is, durations vary, so you can choose one that fits into your schedule. A 60-minute sightseeing boat cruise will take you around the Statue of Liberty, under the Brooklyn Bridge and over to Ellis Island. On this tour, there is an option to experience a walking tour of Fulton Fishmarket and the South Street Seaport. Tickets can be purchased at Get Your Guide.

See a Show

What’s a trip to New York without seeing a Broadway show? Long-running classics like Phantom of the Opera or The Lion King may suit your fancy. For bio-musical lovers, new to Broadway is Tina: The Tina Turner Musical and  Ain't Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations.

Live on the Edge

For panoramic views of the entire city, visit The Edge in NYC’s newest neighborhood, Hudson Yards. At 1,131 feet, the highest observation deck in the Western Hemisphere opens in March. Peer down on all that the city has to offer from its 7,500 square-foot unenclosed triangular platform. Afraid of heights? There’s a champagne bar on the 100th floor where you can enjoy cocktails and the same 360-degree views from an enclosed space.

To get up to The Edge, enter through the fourth floor of 20 Hudson Yards. It will be open all 365 days of the year from 8 a.m. to midnight.

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