Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Bronx, New york

Bronx Zoo 

This is the country’s largest urban zoo and a must-see attraction for animal lovers and families. The world-famous Bronx Zoo is located just a few steps from the E. 180th St. station. It is run by the Wildlife Conservation Society and features over 650 species. 

New York Botanical Garden 

The 250-acre New York Botanical Garden is located in Bronx, just 20 minutes away from Midtown Manhattan. This National Historic Landmark is a popular tourist attraction 

Yankee Stadium 

Yankee Stadium, located in the Concourse area of the Bronx is the home baseball park for the New York Yankees Major League Baseball. It also serves as the home park of New York City FC, Major League Soccer. 

Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum 

The Bartow-Pell Museum is a stunning historic house museum that can be found in the Bronx’s quiet Pelham Bay Park. The stunning home boasts one of the most beautiful interiors of Greek revival in the country. It is also the last major mid-century country estate in the area. 

Bronx Little Italy 

You probably think of New York City’s Little Italy when you think about it. It is located in Lower Manhattan. There is a second Little Italy in the city, with far fewer tourists and equally delicious (if not more authentic) Italian markets and restaurants.

The Bronx Museum of the Arts 

The Bronx Museum of the Arts, a world-famous American art institution, was established in 1971. It is located in Concourse in the Bronx, New York City in an old synagogue. The museum is a hub for American art of the 20th and 21st centuries. 

Wave Hill 

This stunning public garden is a Bronx treasure. It offers free admission on Tuesday and Saturday mornings, from 9am to noon. Children 5 years and younger are always welcome. Wave Hill is located in Riverdale and offers beautiful views of the Hudson River.