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|is for Aeromexico, Air France, Alitalia, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa and others.|
|is for Continental and Song flights.|
|is the Delta terminal plus some other airlines.|
|is the main international terminal, most non-US airlines plus Northwest use this terminal.Take my advice, stay in the main lounge area until the last minute if you want to get wi fi Internet access.|
|is temporarily closed. WiFi is available in the temporary terminal being used until the construction at Terminal 5 is complete.|
|is for JetBlue flights. JetBlue provides free WiFi nearly terminal-wide with pretty regular up-time. Several publicly available power outlets line the top of each of the large circular seating areas in the center of the two "pods" at either end of the terminal. There are also a few scattered outlets along the seats on the ramps leading to the pods.,|
|is the British Airways terminal, plus Air Canada, Cathay Pacific, Icelandair, Qantas, Thai and United. No wireless that I could find. Really comfy seats, quite a few plugs around|
|is the American Airlines international terminal plus Finnair flights.|
|is for American Airlines domestic and American Eagle.|
Empire State Building - www.esbnyc.com - (212) 736-3100
Central Park Zoo - maps.google.com - (718) 220-5100
Top of the Rock - www.topoftherocknyc.com - (212) 698-2000
Metropolitan Museum of Art - www.metmuseum.org - (212) 535-7710
Lower East Side Tenement Museum - www.tenement.org - (212) 431-0233
The Roof Garden at the Met - 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY - (212) 535-7710
Museum of Modern Art -11 W 53rd St, New York, NY - (212) 708-9400
Top of the Rock - 30 Rockefeller Plz, New York, NY - (212) 698-2000
Lower East Side Tenement Museum - 91 Orchard St, New York, NY - (212) 431-0233
Fraunces Tavern Museum - 54 Pearl St, New York, NY - (212) 968-1776
Frick Collection - 1 E 70th Street, 5th & Madison, New York, NY - (212) 288-0700
"Magnificent collection - Strictly for art... No crowds and much beauty to enjoy. Be warned though, this is not the run of the mill visit for anyone."
Children's Museum of Manhattan - 212 W 83rd St, New York, NY - (212) 721-1234
"Great place for a rainy day! The Childrens Museum of Manhattan is a great place to take the kids for a few hours of amusement."
New York Skyline Inc - 350 5th Ave # 214, New York, NY - (212) 279-9777
"NY Skyride Take a virtual aerial tour of New York City. While sitting in huge comfortable theater seats."
American Indian Museum - 1 Bowling Grn, New York, NY - (212) 514-3700
"A pleaant break from hustle and bustle... touring. Be sure to look at the building and its statues before you go in - these are art forms of the turn of the last century"
Museum of Sex - 233 5th Ave, New York, NY - (212) 689-6337
"Unfortunately, this paltry "museum" does not compare to the elaborate collections in other cities, and is mostly an assemblage of sex toys."
The Jewish Museum - 1109 5th Avenue, 92nd & 93rd, New York, NY - (212) 423-3200
South Street Seaport Museum - 12 Fulton St, New York, NY - (212) 742-1109
New York Historical Society -
170 Central Park W, New York, NY - (212) 873-3400
"Manageable Musuem I like the fact that this museum isn't overwhelming. The permanent collection has some wonderful silver and tiffany "
American Folk Art Museum - 45 W 53rd St, New York, NY - (212) 265-1040
"A gem - don't miss a visit to this museum! This is a wonderful museum specializing in the full scope of American folk art."
Museum of Jewish Heritage - 36 Battery Pl, New York, NY - (646) 437-4200
"Museum of Jewish Heritage The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, is located on the Southern edge of Battery Park City."
Sony Wonder Technology Lab - 550 Madison Ave, New York, NY - (212) 833-8100
Museum of Chinese In the Amers - 70 Mulberry St # 2, New York, NY - (212) 619-4785
NY City Fire Museum - 278 Spring St, New York, NY - (212) 691-1303
Children's Museum of the Arts - 182 Lafayette St, New York, NY - (212) 941-9198
"Small and cute. This is a nice alternative to the bigger museums. It doesn't seem to get as crowded either. They have great programs"
New York City Police Museum - 100 Old Slip, New York, NY - (212) 480-3100
"Many of the photos have no information as to the date they were taken or the circumstances of the picture."
Central Park Conservancy - 14 E 60th St # 8, New York, NY - (212) 310-6600
"Central Park New York's "flagship" park of 843 acres, 26000 trees, and almost 9000 benches has had a rather checkered history."
El Museo Del Barrio - 1230 5th Ave, New York, NY - (212) 831-7272
"El Museo Del Barrio One of the foremost Latin American cultural institutions in the US, El Museo specializes in the arts and culture of Latinos in New York City."
Morgan Library & Museum - 225 Madison Ave, New York, NY - (212) 685-0008
"JP Morgan's efforts and wealth have... produced an exhibition and research location of world class fame."
German National Tourist Ofc - 122 E 42ND St, New York, NY - (212) 661-7200
American Museum of Natural History - Park Avenue, New York, NY - (212) 769-5100
"The American Museum of Natural History is NOT on Park Avenue on the east side of New York. The Museum is located at 79th Street and Central Park West."
Museum of Yeshiva University - 15 W 16th St, New York, NY - (212) 294-8330
"Yeshiva University Museum Since its founding in 1973, Yeshiva University Museum’s changing exhibits have celebrated the culturally diverse."
Skyscraper Museum - 39 Battery Pl, New York, NY - (212) 968-1961
"Small but Interesting Museum If you decide to visit this museum, just note that it doesn't open until noon."
Chelsea Art Museum - 160 11th Ave, New York, NY - (212) 255-0719
"Chelsea Art Museum The Chelsea Art Museum was created to foster an understanding of postwar artistic originality."
303 Gallery -525 W 22nd St # 1, New York, NY - (212) 255-0024
"303 It's always worth dropping into 303 for its meticulously mounted shows by established—yet-still edgy—contemporary."