Volume 74, Number 13 | July 28 - August 03 , 2004



Focus on South Street Seaport

Step back in history to New York City’s most colorful neighborhood: South Street Seaport. A twelve-square block landmark district, consisting of historic buildings, cobblestone streets and the impressive Pier 17 Pavilion, offers unsurpassed views of the Brooklyn Bridge and New York harbor. Visitors to this renowned urban marketplace experience small-neighborhood charm amidst the vitality and color of Downtown New York. After work, shopping or dining, experience a concert or special event on the Pier, climb aboard a tall ship, or visit the world-class South Street Seaport Museum. Concerts at the Seaport are a must-see and have built a reputation as being one of the city’s most vibrant and diverse summer concert offerings, from rock to jazz, latin to blues, to name just a few. During the festive December holiday season, the Seaport is transformed into a winter wonderland bedecked with a 50-foot singing chorus tree and a strolling Santa. In the city that never sleeps, South Street Seaport should not be missed.

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