A new generation of New York’s most famous attractions has arrived, bringing with them a new focus on bringing visitors together.
But what about those other, more recent additions to the list of attractions that are open year-round?
Here’s what you need to know.
The Empire State Building will be opening to the general public for the first time in more than 50 years.
The historic building, which has been open for visitors since 1945, will open to all, from families to teens.
The building will be closed for the next four months for repairs, and is expected to reopen on Jan. 31, 2018.
Visitors who are unable to visit the new attractions during the shutdown will be able to return in 2019.
The Statue of Liberty will be one of the first New York landmarks to open again after a five-year break.
The iconic monument, which was constructed in the late 18th century, is expected open to visitors in 2019 with a new plaza, the iconic “Freedom Tower,” and a new view of Manhattan from the top of the Liberty.
The new Macy’s flagship store will be the first to open for business in the city in nearly a century.
The flagship store, which opened in 2014, will be a major addition to the Macy’s New York City flagship store.
The Macy’s stores in Manhattan and the Bronx have been open year round since they opened in 1971.
The stores in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island and the Catskills will also open to consumers in 2019 and 2020.
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden will open for the last time in 2019 after nearly 40 years.
This iconic botanical garden is the last remaining one in New York to be open year around.
It was first opened in 1912, and reopened in 1927, after a $25 million renovation.
It is the largest and most well-known of the city’s public botanical gardens, and will be opened in 2019 for the final time in decades.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art will be expanding its offerings, offering new exhibitions and interactive exhibits in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
The museum has recently become a major destination for families visiting New York, and it will be in full swing in 2019 when it opens to the masses.
The New York State Theatre will be taking over the Grand Central Terminal from the New York Public Library.
The grandest theater in the world, the theater has been in the same space since 1929, and opened in 2020 as part of a new expansion to accommodate the new subway system.
The theater will be undergoing extensive renovations and will reopen in 2019 to bring new features to the theater, including new screens and a permanent stage for performances.
The Grand Hyatt Regency in Downtown Brooklyn will be closing in 2019 because of the construction of the Hudson Yards redevelopment.
The Hyatt’s Downtown Brooklyn location will be replaced by a new hotel, the Hyatt Point, which will be ready to open in 2019 as part