When you arrive in New York City, perhaps in a taxi cab from the airport, you first notice as you come upon Manhattan, the enormity of this metropolis. The first thought is that this really is a city that never sleeps. Like a machine with no "off" button, this city is constantly buzzing with activity in all of its neighborhoods, including its gay neighborhoods. The second thought then quickly comes to mind, “now that I'm here, how will I see everything there is to do?”

Unlike New Yorkers who have plenty of time to slowly sample the best of New York City's gay offerings, a visitor to the City must soak in all there is to offer in the space of a few short days. Very few cities in the world have the selection and diversity of choices available in New York City. Block after block in this urban terrain boasts its own series of attractions.

New York City has a history of providing gay travelers an unforgettable experience. The City's gay friendly neighborhoods of Greenwich Village and Chelsea contain miles of shops, restaurants, gay bars and other meeting places. The famous Broadway and the never-ending rooms upon rooms of galleries and museums could entertain the typical gay traveler for years, much less days. It may seem overwhelming, but that is part of its charm. Hang on to your hats and keep your minds open while we talk about the top 10 things to do in New York City.


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