Visit New York City without ever leaving your home! Check out these live webcams of some of the City’s best sites.
Enjoy the great views of New York City’s bustling Times Square. The bright lights, billboards, shopping and events of Times Square means that there is rarely a quite moment here.
Check out the Times Square webcam on New Year’s Eve when it fills up with about 2 million people for the dropping of the ball and New Year’s celebration!
This webcam is great because it allows you to view Christopher St and 7th Ave from 12 different angles. There is a controller you can use to move the camera yourself or you can choose a specific place to point the camera at. You can watch people come in and out of Starbucks, the Subway, view 7th Avenue or Christopher Park.
Wall Street Charging Bull
Watch the activity around this iconic statue in Bowling Green Park. The Charging Bull Statue has an interesting history. It was secretly dropped off in front of the New York Stock Exchange following the 1987 crash. The statue was then seized and impounded by the police but due to public outcry, was returned to the City and placed in Bowling Green Park.
Watch people stroll through Bryant Park – one of New York City’s best parks. This park offers a lot of things to do year round. At the end of the year there is a wonderful open air holiday market. In the warmer months it offers free classes, including yoga and tai chi. There is an open air library, free wifi and much more!
Statue of Liberty
You can enjoy several views from the Statue of Liberty. There are webcams from the torch, the crown, the harbor and Liberty Island.
The Statue of Liberty is perhaps the most iconic sight in New York City. Ferries run daily to Liberty Island where the Statue of Liberty stands.
The High Line offers a unique view of New York City. Located on an elevated fright rail line, it’s a park that hovers above the city’s streets. Watch along with the people strolling along the trail, stopping to take in the views.
World Trade Center
View the development of the construction for the new towers at the World Trade Center. New construction is well underway with building plans that include five new towers and a memorial to the events of 9/11.