Exploring New York
New York offers so many things to see and do, even native New Yorkers can find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer volume of choices. So where do you begin when you’ve only got a few days here? Our hosts have compiled a list of must-see, memorable attractions and sight-seeing activities that will give you a real taste of the Big Apple, from the solemn 9/11 Memorial Museum to the celebratory Circle-Line Sightseeing Cruises, Empire State Building Observatory.
Things to see and do
The Javits Center has sidewalk ramps, automatic doors at all street levels, restrooms and elevators accessible for persons with mobility impairments. Payphones are accessible and are equipped with volume and TTY capability for those with speech and hearing disabilities.
Motorized Mobility Devices may be used by people with mobility impairments subject to reasonable safety restrictions (e.g. exercising extra caution in busy locations such as loading docks and show floors during move-in and move-out periods). Please contact Security and Safety Solutions at the Javits Center if you have any questions about restrictions.