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Historic New York
Did you know that more than 12 million immigrants gained entrance to the United States between 1892 and 1954 through Ellis Island? It is located in New York Harbor between Jersey City, New Jersey and New York City and has been the home to the Statue of Liberty since October 28, 1886. The Statue of Liberty, which was a gift from France to America to recognize the Centennial of the American Declaration of Independence, is a national monument and can frequently be spotted on New York souvenires ranging from keychains to refrigerator magnets. Another historically significant site, found in the heart of New York City, is the New York Stock Exchange, which was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1978 and is the world's largest stock exchange. For stockbrokers and investors, the iconic bell that signifies the opening and closing of the stock exchange each day is the epitome of a New York day, and their New York City lifestyle would be incomplete without the hustle and bustle of Wall Street.
New York from Brooklyn to Times Square
The five boroughs of New York City, namely Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island, encompass a plethora of unique neighborhoods, presenting a variety of unique mementos to appeal to tourists of all kinds. Each distinctive borough houses a number of tourist attractions, from The Bronx Zoo in The Bronx, to Citi Field, the home of the New York Mets, in Queens. Depending on the time of year during which you plan to visit, you may find seasonal souvenires, such as snow globes depicting ice skaters in Rockefeller Center, t-shirts featuring limited-time exhibits on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or even carnival paraphernalia showcasing the timeless amusement park rides of Coney Island found in Brooklyn. Don't forget to take in one of New York's famed Broadway shows in Manhattan's Theatre District, conveniently located in the extended Times Square area.
Enhance Any Trip to NYC
The immense pool of activities, attractions and areas housed in New York City and its surrounding neighborhoods provides residents and visitors to the city alike with countless options for entertainment, education and exploration. Sports fans can collect sports memorabilia by attending a Yankees game at Yankee stadium in The Bronx, the U.S. Tennis Open, held in Queens, or a New York Rangers ice hockey game at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan. Foodies can enjoy the cuisine and cultural in Chinatown and Little Italy, or opt for traditional New York-style hotdogs, pizza, bagels or cheesecake found throughout the city. Repeat visitors to Manhattan can remember each and every distinctive trip by collecting meaningful items.