Experience NYC with Shuttle Central
Autumn is a magical time in New York City. Experience it with Shuttle Central and move freely along the 5 boroughs.
Broadway. During November, over thirty shows will reopen or make their Broadway debut, bringing new voices, talent, and familiar faces to the city of world-class stages.
The Vessel. A 150-foot-tall honeycomb-like structure designed by architect Thomas Heatherwick. The steel-and-shining-copper edifice is a series of 154 staircases with 80 viewing platforms for stopping and snapping shots of your surroundings.
New York Botanical Garden. This is America’s largest botanical garden, home to more than one million plants. You can wander along the Seasonal Walk or explore the Victorian-style conservatory, which is home to collections of cacti and aquatic and carnivorous plants.
Yankee Stadium. Baseball fan? One of the most famous stadiums, home to Bronx’s own 27-time World Series Champions as well as Major League Soccer team NYCFC.
Times Square. Big, bright and unforgettable. Times Square has become a global icon and a symbol of New York City.
Flushing Meadows Corona Park. The largest park in Queens (and fourth largest park in all of New York City) has something for jocks, artists and nature lovers: the Queens Museum; the New York Hall of Science; the Queens Zoo, USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center (home of the US Open).
The Statue of Liberty. Perhaps New York City’s most familiar landmark, this historic monument has welcomed many generations of hopeful Americans.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. One of New York City’s all-time favorite events and kickoff to the Holiday season.