In today’s Wanderlust Wishlist, I’ll be sharing with you my dream of visiting the Big Apple. It’s a place both my mother and I have wanted to visit for quite some time but haven’t had the chance to get round to it. I love to read about places I dream of visiting someday so I thought I’d share with you my New York bucket list.
Picnic in Central Park
Central Park is of course an iconic location in New York and I’d love to be able to visit there and have a picnic. It’d be nice to take a break from the hussle and bussle and just grab some takeaway food, sit in the park and eat. I’m easy to please, aren’t I?
Explore Times Square
I’ve always been fascinated by Times Square. I remember looking at my brother’s photos from his trip to NY and just being blown away. From shopping to dining, exploring and finding books at The Strand. I’d love to visit Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum, go to Hard Rock Café and catch a Broadway show.
Take in the views from Top of the Rock
I’ve heard that the views from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck are the best in all of New York City, with a 360° views of the concrete jungle. It’d be nice to get some photos up there and just really soak in the beautiful scenes. I’d love to go up at sunset – I bet the lighting will look incredible.
Shop in SoHo
People often say how SoHo is one of the city’s best neighborhoods to shop and has something for everyone’s price range. The famously arty neighborhood of the ’70s and ’80s has evolved into one of New York City’s prime shopping districts. There’s so many brands that I already love that reside there as well as new ones I’d love to discover!
Have Breakfast at Tiffany’s
The flagship store of Tiffany & Co’s has officially opened their Blue Box Cafe where you can finally have Breakfast at Tiffany’s! Choose from a choice of smoked salmon & bagel stack, truffle eggs, avocado toast and buttermilk waffle as well as croissants, seasonal fruit & berries and tea or coffee. I also really like the sound of the Tiffany Tea which is a form of afternoon tea, so maybe I’d end up here more than once!
Check out amazing street art in Bushwick, Brooklyn
I’ll admit, I’d never heard of Bushwick until I read a blog post a while back where the blogger took some great photos of the street art there. It’s said that it’s home to some of the best street art in the world and I’d love to witness it and get some photos.
Try some famous New York Cheesecake
I know this is something my mother would love to do and it’s something I definitely wouldn’t mind trying, either. Let’s see if the likes of Asda and Tesco’s shop bought has a patch on the original!
Explore Little Italy
During the late 19th to early 20th centuries, hundreds of thousands of Italian immigrants moved into Little Italy. Their legacy lives on today in the shape of Italian restaurants and specialty stores. I’ve already shared my love and hopes to someday visit Italy itself, so it’s no surprise this is one for the bucket list.
Have you ever been to New York? What’s on yourNew York Bucket List?
Jazz is a Disney, tea and pop culture enthusiast with a passion for blogging. Also a proud introvert.
I love this. I live close to nyc and have never actually explored. I’m saving this list so I can start day trips. Thanks!
I would love to visit NY too. I don’t even know where to start on my visit. It would be fun to make a list of places I would like to specifically see.
I’ve never been to New York but would love to go someday when I have time. Not sure where to start but take a view of NYC from the top of the Rock Observation Deck will be on my list.
This sounds like the perfect NY to-do list. I’ve been in the city twice and absolutely loved it! Central Park is my favorite place to be and it’s even more amazing in real life than in movies and pictures. I hope you’ll get to visit soon. & don’t forget about Broadway! Another MUST.
I’ve never been to New York and really want to go one day. It looks like such a fun and crazy city. We are waiting either until my husband and I can go by ourselves or until our kids are older. I can’t imagine trying to tour the area with two toddlers in tow, although I do know a few people who live in the city with little ones.
Super off topic but I’m obsessed with your blog, the aesthetic and the pop of pink !!! keep it up girl…. (:
Oh gosh I didn’t know Tiffany’s had their own breakfast place! Definitely going to do a reservation there when we travel to New York! that would be so amazing. Also a picnic in the park would be awesome!
My sister and I are waiting for Spring to do breakfast at Tiffany. I always have the greatest time spending a day in the city.
New York has been on my bucket list for years and the funny thing is, I have been to the airport and cruise ship terminal, but have never explored the city! I dream of going up the Empire State Building and seeing the Statue of Liberty.
I should have seen this a week or two ago. My girlfriend is in New York right now and we could have gone over the things she should have done while she’s out there. Unfortunately she leaves Monday morning and has all her plans set.
Great wish list. New York is such a great place to visit. Central Park is so beautiful!
so much to do and see in NYC! central park is amazing, and i also love the 5th ave!
I love it! This year I am planning to go to New York and this list is amazing…I am going to Pin It so that I can use this list when I making my travel itinerary.
You take amazing photos! I am always in awe when I see New York in photos and I always wanted to visit. How was the cheesecake?
This is a great bucket list! We visited New York inn 2005. It was hubby and I’s first ever holiday together and we spent New Years eve in Times Square. It was an amazing experience that I’ll never forget. We’d love to go back. I hope you get there. #POCOLO
I went to new york a few years ago and really enjoyed it. So many good places to see
This is such a fantastic bucket list for the big apple – I too would love to have breakfast at Tiffany’s – classic