New York Soho Area

Going on a vacation in New York and visiting Soho area? This NYC neighborhood is certainly one you do not want to miss out on! Short for ‘South of Houston Street’, this area is home to many galleries and privately owned boutiques. Soho, which is located in Lower Manhattan used to be an industrial zone that had cobble stoned streets and sweatshops. In the 60’s, artists flocked into this area due to the large space and low rent.

Soho is a brilliant place to enjoy great food and a unique shopping experience. Take a tour in the Children’s Museum of Arts or have a quick bite at Ben’s Pizza! Soho area is packed with many fun and interesting things to do. After you’ve spent some time exploring the streets of Soho, we suggest you head to Chinatown to enjoy a unique Asian cuisine experience, or you can go to Nolita to admire St Patrick’s Cathedral and the Puck Building.

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Yet another fascinating neighborhood that is close to Soho is The Bowery. Make sure to visit the Bowery Ballroom on Delancey Street if you’re in the Soho area. And for those who are passionate about art, go and see the avant garde art collection of the Peanut Gallery.

Looking to explore more of Manhattan’s best neighborhoods? Every tourist in the Big Apple should make Little Italy part of their must-see list. Home to over 30 Italian restaurants as well as bakeries and delis, you’d think it’s all about food here. Well, it kind of is, but don’t miss out on the beautiful buildings in Little Italy with their special architecture either. 

You’ve ticked all these attractions off your list? Then it’s time to leave Manhattan by crossing the Brooklyn Bridge and go to Brooklyn where you can explore the Children Museum and Botanical Gardens. By owning a New York Pass, these attractions will be free. Don’t think about purchasing this special prepaid attraction pass– just do it as it will definitely save you a lot of time and money! Learn more about the New York Pass and Brooklyn by watching our special video guides.

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