On Time Steam Cleaning can take care of your dirty carpets, floors, area rugs, upholstery, air ducts, and windows, and the good news is that we can save you precious time, money, and energy you can invest in a fun day in the city. Pick up the phone, schedule a meeting with us and we will make sure to come right on time, disinfect your home and make it home look sparkling clean while your sole worry will be choosing your itinerary for the day.
Visit The New York Botanical Garden
The New York Botanical Garden is a mesmerizing place filled with splendid flower gardens, out-of-this-world greenhouses, lush fields, and remarkable hikes. If you are looking for a place where you can recharge your batteries and leave the stress and worry away, the botanical garden is just what you need. These flower gardens are designed in such an intimate matter that they will make you feel truly detached from the world or at least make it hard for you to remember you are still in the Bronx. During the winter, the greenhouses host a train show that recreates New York City in its miniature form down to every detail.
Visit the Botanical Garden in the summer and enjoy the cherry trees in blossom; don’t forget to pack some snacks and get ready to spend at least half a day here.
Visit The Rockefeller Center
Visit The Rockefeller Center is located in the middle of Manhattan and it is another emblematic spot when it comes to the culture and folklore of the city. Watch a performance in the middle of the plaza, grab a pair of ice stakes
and practice some new moves on the ice skating rink, or get a ticket for the Top of the Rock and take in the splendid New York views that will send you in a dreamy stat on the spot.
Spend The Day At Domino Park
Visit this 5-acre green oasis located at the edge of the Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn, the home of hipsters who love to come here during the weekends and eat the tastiest fish tacos. Enjoy the excellent views, visit the playground with the kids and enjoy this overall vibrant place. The Domino Park is a quarter-mile in length and this means you will not have to waste a lot of time searching for your favorite attractions here and everything is in plain sight.
Catch The Sunset On A Cruise
How would you like to see the sunset on a yacht or a schooner and take in the skyline of the majestic city as the sun sets over the Hudson River in a gorgeous scenery? Make sure to book some tickets in advance if you plan on going there on a particular day or at a certain time. Get ready for a real change of pace with friends or family and get the feel of a 19th century experience by booking a cruise on one of the schooners there.
9/11 Memorial and Museum
If you have not had the chance to visit the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, you should plan a visit here. Keep in mind this is a very special experience that will automatically trigger a meditative state in you, as you will recall the dreadful day as you will descend from the street to the very foundation of the former Twin Towers and see this amazing homage to the loss here.
Visit The New York Transit Museum
The New York Transit Museum is a truly unique museum located in a subway station that has been decommissioned in downtown Brooklyn. The museum hosts an impressive selection of vintage subway vehicles and it will make you feel like you have traveled back in time to the 1900s. You will be fascinated as you will hear the amazing stories telling you the way mass transportation used to be organized in NYC. The incredible memorabilia on display here and the amazing exhibits will make you grateful for having chosen this place to visit.
They also host a nice gift shop here, and you could leave home with some of the finest souvenirs with transit themes in the city.
Plan A Day In Williamsburg
If you cannot remember when was the last time you spent a day out and about in beautiful Williamsburg, it might be time to include it on your list of fun things to do in New York. In the nineties, this used to be the number one hangout spot for upcoming artists who were not valued in Manhattan. Gradually, Williamsburg became the very core of the hipster culture in Brooklyn.
From Starbucks, Whole Foods, and Apple Stores, Williamsburg seems to have it all now. However, you can still find plenty of local shops and businesses on Bedford Avenue, so you can continue to experience the indie feel, if this is why you plan on coming here for in the first place.
Remember to book a full wall-to-wall carpeting cleaning job with us and and let us take care of your precious rugs or upholstery while you spend the day doing something fun. And don’t forget to ask about out furniture protection There are plenty of cool places to see in New York – you just need to find some free time to plan an itinerary!