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A Question I’m Often Asked: 17 Fun Places to Visit in New York City.

Readers who know I live in New York City often write to say, “I’m coming to New York. What should I do while I’m in town?” I don’t have a lot of obscure recommendations to make — you’ve probably heard of all these suggestions — but for what it’s worth, here are some of my favorite places to visit. If you’re thinking about planning a trip, research suggests that doing new and challenging things, like traveling, tend to boost happiness.
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