Take a quick tram ride to Roosevelt Island for gorgeous city and river views.

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New York City: Roosevelt Island Walking Tour with Tram Ride

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 2.5 hour


Explore the eclectic Roosevelt Island residential community in the East River and get glimpses of NY...


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Roosevelt Island, New York

Take a quick tram ride to Roosevelt Island for gorgeous city and river views..

Take a quick tram ride to Roosevelt Island for gorgeous city and river views.
















About Roosevelt Island

 60th Street at 2nd Avenue

Roosevelt Island and Nearby Sights on Map

SONY Wonder Technology Lab

Interactive hands-on exhibits of cutting edge technology, sponsored by Sony

Fifth Avenue

Greenacre Park

One of New York's many 'pocket parks,' Greenacre is a small plot of green space and an excellent place to relax, with a nice waterfall in the back, plenty of seats and tables, and lots of shade, plus a small tea shop

Citicorp Center

With its distinctive slanted roof and long, slender base columns, this building is another great skyscraper with a grand atrium

Whitney Museum of American Art

Founded in 1931, the Whitney Museum is known for displaying contemporary American art even more up-to-date than the Museum of Modern Art

Paley Park

Another pocket park which is celebrated among landscape architects and urban designers, Paley is a great place to relax, with plenty of chairs below a canopy of trees and a waterfall spanning the entire back wall of the park

Frick Collection

The former home of steel baron Henry Clay Frick, this sprawling mansion is filled with Frick's enormous personal art collection, displayed as he left it

St. Thomas Church

Museum of Modern Art (New York)

One of the greatest and most popular collections of modern art, on a par with the Tate Modern in London or Paris's Centre Georges Pompidou

The Paley Center for Media

Dedicated to preserving and collecting television programs as a service to the public, the museum consists of two museum branches in Los Angeles and New York City; combined they hold over 100,000 television programs that are available to the public, providing a historical, artistic and cultural perspective to television and radio