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31 Best Places To Take Pictures In NYC

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By Charlotte Dow. This guide to the best photo spots in New York contains affiliate links to trusted partners!

Looking for the best places to take pictures in NYC?

Then you’re in the right place!

New York City’s five boroughs showcase loads of incredible sights. From iconic skyscrapers to behemoth bridges to parks and gardens that showcase nature’s wonders, the city is full of things to see – and photograph!

Photographers have been making their way to New York City since the invention of the camera in the hopes of capturing its unique architecture, culture, and landscape.

This is definitely true in the Instagram age, where a good picture is worth a thousand likes. 

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Of course, with so many amazing attractions and spots to capture on camera, you may be wondering where to start. To help, we’ve compiled a list of the 31 best places to take pictures in New York City, with options for all five boroughs.

Whether you’re scoping out a location for a family photoshoot or just looking to freshen up your grid, we’ve got you covered. Read on to learn more about our favorite photography spots in NYC. 

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Street art at the World Trade Center - one of the best places to take pictures in NYC
Photographing one of our guests at the World Trade Center in NYC. Photo via NYC Photo Journeys.

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Best Places To Take Pictures In Manhattan

One World Trade at sunset is one of the best photo spots in NYC
Whether you’re inside or outside of the building, you’re sure to get some great photos at One World Trade. Photo courtesy of One World Trade Center.

1. Feel like you’re on top of the world at One World Trade Center.

Whether you’re viewing this majestic skyscraper from the street or taking in the panoramic city views from One World Observatory, One World Trade Center makes for one of the best photo spots in NYC.

In the short few years since the building first opened, it has quickly become an iconic part of the Lower Manhattan skyline.

The shining glass tower stands out in any photo and the floor-to-ceiling windows of the observatory allow you to pose like you’re on top of the world. 

Wedding at the Empire State Building which is one of the top places in NYC to take pictures
Feel the love at the Empire State Building. Photo from the Empire State Building.

2. Take in iconic NYC views at the Empire State Building.

Few buildings are more synonymous with New York City than the Empire State Building.

Head up to the observatories on the 86th and 102nd floors of the building for some of the most incredible views of the city and plenty of perfect photo opportunities.

And with its late operating hours and amazing nightly light show, the Empire State Building is also one of the best places to take pictures in NYC at night. 

Grand Central Terminal is one of the best places to take pictures in New York City
Guests enjoying the beauty of Grand Central Terminal on a private NYC Photo Journey.

3. Get caught up in the hustle and bustle of Grand Central Terminal.

With its dazzling ceiling mural and iconic Beaux-Arts design, Grand Central Terminal’s Main Concourse has captured the imaginations of tourists and daily commuters alike for over a century.

Whether you’re capturing the hustle and bustle of rush hour or staging an individual photoshoot, you’re sure to get some great shots at this historic Midtown train station.

Pro tip:

Stop by the station outside of the morning and evening rush hour periods for less crowded shots and an easier shoot overall. 

Atlas Statue at Rockefeller Center, one of the best places to take pictures in NYC
Catch this iconic sight (and many more!) at Rockefeller Center. Photo via Jessie on a Journey.

4. Feel like a star of stage and screen at Rockefeller Center.

There are few places quite like Rockefeller Center when it comes to classic New York buildings.

With its multiple buildings and iconic plaza, Rockefeller Center offers plenty of great spots to take pictures any time of year.

Head up to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck for incredible views of Central Park and Midtown or pose outside the famous Radio City Music Hall, located right next door. 

Washington Square Park is one of the best places to take photos in NYC
Washington Square Park makes for great photos any time of year. Photo via Bex Walton.

5. Do some people (and plant) watching at Washington Square Park.

Considered the Arc de Triomphe of Manhattan, the Washington Square Arch in Washington Square Park is one of the great symbols of the city.

The Arch and the nearby fountain on the park’s central plaza offer the perfect backdrop for any New York photoshoot, making the park one of the most Instagrammable places in NYC.

More of a nature lover?

The park has plenty of trees, flowers, and plants to enhance any photo, whether you’re shooting with a macro lens or just playing around with the settings on your iPhone camera. 

Visiting and photographing Washington Square Park is one of the top things to do in the West Village.

The New York Public Library is one of the best places to take pictures in NYC.
Bookworms will definitely want to make a pilgrimage to the New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwartzman Building. Photo via audrey_sel on Flickr.

6. Indulge your inner book lover at New York Public Library.

Featured in movies like Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Ghostbusters, Sex and the City: The Movie and many more, the New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwartzman Building has been a favorite New York photo spot for decades.

Pose on the iconic steps outside the building or get a wide shot of the breathtaking interiors of the Rose Reading Room.

And don’t forget to say hello to Patience and Fortitude, the giant lion statues that guard the library’s main entrance. 


Want beautiful photos taken of you in scenic New York spots? Book one of our Private Photo Journeys, a walking tour that includes photos of your group to keep. Or get a styled, custom shoot that tells your unique story through an NYC Influencer Shoot or Professional New York City Shoot. Email [email protected] with inquiries.


Madison Square Park is one of the top nice places to take photos in NYC
Madison Square Park offers great views all year long. Photo via the author.

7. Revel in an urban oasis at Madison Square Park.

As one of Manhattan’s most lush urban oases, Madison Square Park is one of the most pretty places to take pictures in Manhattan, particularly in the spring and summer.

The park features tons of incredible trees and flowers that beg to be photographed, and even a few critters who are far from camera shy.

You’ll also find great views of the historic Flatiron Building at the park’s southwest corner that you’ll definitely want to capture on camera. 

The Edge at Hudson Yards is one of the best places to take photos in NYC
Head to The Edge for breathtaking views of Manhattan. Photo courtesy of The Edge.

8. Take it to the edge at Hudson Yards.

Completed in 2019, Hudson Yards is one of the newest NYC photography spots on the scene.

This area on Manhattan’s West Side features plenty of great photo opportunities from The Edge, a skydeck offering 360-degree views of the city, to The Vessel, a 16-story structure featuring interconnected staircases.

You’ll also snag great views of the Hudson River, best captured on the nearby High Line. 

City Hall Subway Station is one of the top photo spots in NYC
Touring the City Hall Subway Station feels like going back in time. Photo via Joe Wolf.

9. Explore Manhattan’s underground at the City Hall Subway Station.

For a peek into Manhattan’s storied past, head to the City Hall Subway Station.

This station, closed to normal subway traffic in 1945, features the domed tiled ceilings and chandeliers that were common in New York City subway stations during the turn of the century and will really make you feel like you’re stepping back in time.

Today, the station is only accessible via tours offered by the New York Transit Museum, but personal photography is more than welcome on the tour, as long as you don’t bring a tripod.

Though it’s a bit tricky to access, City Hall Subway Station is definitely one of the best secret places to take pictures in NYC. 

Pro tip:

Even if you can’t get on a tour, you can always stay on the 6-train at Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall.

When the conductor tells everyone to get off (because it’s the last stop), stay on. The train will loop through the old City Hall Station and right back into Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall for a quick and scenic ride.

Times Square is one of the top photo spots in NYC! Photo via NYC Photo Journeys.

10. Pose at the Crossroads of the World in Times Square.

Times Square has to be one of the most iconic spots to take pictures in NYC, whether you’re visiting for the first time or the fortieth.

The “Crossroads of the World” makes the perfect backdrop for a classic NYC photoshoot, with plenty of lights and glamour.

If you want to avoid the crowds, try visiting early in the morning or later in the evening after the theater crowds have dissipated — this way, you’ll have plenty of room to set up your shot. 

Central Park in fall is one of the top photo spots in NYC
Guests enjoying the beauty of Central Park on a private NYC Photo Journey. Click here to book!

11. Explore the castles, fountains and forests of Central Park.

Central Park’s 843 acres of open space contains tons of amazing Instagram spots that will definitely bring in the likes.

Top Central Park photo spots like Bethesda Terrace and Fountain, Loeb’s Boathouse, and Belvedere Castle make for great pictures any time of year and will make you feel like you’ve left the concrete jungle behind. These romantic places are also great when exploring Central Park for couples!

Want to escape the crowds? Head up north to the North Woods, a forested area full of opportunities for hiking in Manhattan and bird-watching. It’s one of the best places to take pictures in Harlem, especially as you’ll find a waterfall here (not to mention it’s also a safe place for hiking solo).

Pro tip:

While Central Park is a top photo spot year-round, it’s one of the best places to explore fall in New York City thanks to the foliage. And when the whether is nice, it’s one of the top NYC picnic spots.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the best places to take pictures in NYC
The many halls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art offer great opportunities for photos. Photo via Robert Bye on Unsplash.

12. See and be seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art — one of the top attractions in the Upper East Side — features tons of great photo spots, both inside the storied building and out.

Gossip Girl fans will definitely want to snap a pic or two on the famous steps leading up to the Met, Blair and Serena’s favorite coffee spot.

Inside, grab photos of the famous Temple of Dendur, or head up to the roof where you’ll find incredible sculpture exhibits and amazing views of Central Park. 

Doyers Street is one of the best places in NYC to take pictures
Doyers Street is a colorful and unique place to take photos in NYC. Photo via NYC DOT.

13. Take in the sights of Doyers Street in Chinatown. 

Doyers Street, a 200-foot-long curving street lined with shops and dim sum restaurants, has quickly become one of the best places to take pictures in Chinatown NYC.

Always a fascination for its small size and lack of traffic, artists have recently turned the street into a giant canvas for murals, bringing bright colors and shapes onto this unique block.

The murals may only be temporary, but the street captures the unique essence of Chinatown all year round, making it a great spot for photos. 

Stone Street is one of the top cute places to take pictures in NYC
Enjoy a pint at one of the bars on Stone Street, one of the most magical spots in Manhattan. Photo via spurekar on Flickr.

14. Travel back in time to Old New York on Stone Street. 

Located in the Financial District just a few blocks from The Battery, Stone Street is a block with plenty of old New York charm.

Stone Street is one of the few cobblestone roads left in Manhattan and is lined with historic brick buildings housing restaurants and bars that spill into the street during the warmer months.

Head there in the evening to see the street lit up with string lights, a truly magical sight any time of year. 


Want beautiful photos taken of you in scenic New York spots? Book one of our Private Photo Journeys, a walking tour that includes photos of your group to keep. Or get a styled, custom shoot that tells your unique story through an NYC Influencer Shoot or Professional New York City Shoot. Email [email protected] with inquiries.


Best Places To Take Pictures In Brooklyn

Manhattan skyline photographed from the pebble beach photo spot in Brooklyn Bridge Park
Manhattan skyline from the pebble beach in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Photo taken on a private NYC Photo Journey.

15. Enjoy the skyline views at Brooklyn Bridge Park.

You’ll find some of the best views of the Manhattan skyline just across the East River at Brooklyn Bridge Park in Downtown Brooklyn.

Featuring wide piers perfect for capturing classic NYC photos and intriguing public art throughout the grounds, there’s plenty to see and shoot at this popular Brooklyn park.

You can even relax on the sand at the Pier 5 beach or take in the views of the Manhattan Bridge Overpass from the John Street Lawn. The photo possibilities are endless! 

The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the best places to take photos in NYC.
Get some amazing shots in NYC’s most iconic locations on a private NYC Photo Journey!

16. Take a trek along the historic Brooklyn Bridge.

You can’t visit New York City without taking a walk across the famous Brooklyn Bridge, the first bridge to connect Manhattan and Brooklyn.

The wide walking paths across the bridge make it easy to tackle on foot and a perfect spot for a photoshoot — especially as it offers one of the best views in NYC for free.

For the best photos, head to the bridge at sunrise when the light is perfect and the walkway isn’t as crowded. 

Brooklyn Bridge Park with a view of the Manhattan Bridge captured on an NYC photo shoot
Manhattan Bridge photographed just off of Washington Street. Photo taken on a private NYC Influencer Shoot.

17. Capture a classic sight on Washington Street in DUMBO.

This two-block stretch of Washington Street in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn has become a favorite of New York City photographers over the last few years.

With its classic cobblestone streets, red brick warehouse buildings and impeccable views of the Manhattan Bridge, this little street epitomizes Brooklyn’s classic style.

Early mornings and weekdays are usually the best times to take photos here, as you won’t be fighting the crowds trying to capture this popular view.

And stay aware of your surroundings — the street is still open to traffic so you’ll want to avoid getting in the way of cars. 

Grand Army Plaza is one of the best places to take photos in NYC
Grand Army Plaza truly is the heart of Brooklyn. Photo via Arun D.

18. Marvel at the history of Grand Army Plaza.

Manhattan may have the Washington Square Arch, but Brooklyn has Grand Army Plaza, an equally iconic triumphal arch that marks the entrance to Prospect Park.

The vast plaza surrounding the arch offers plenty of room to take pictures of the massive structure, as well as other historic sculptures nearby.

Grand Army Plaza really is the heart of Brooklyn and its the perfect spot for a New York photoshoot. 

Coney Island is one of the top photo spots in New York
Coney Island is the perfect place for a summer photoshoot! Photo via the author.

19. Feel like a kid again at Coney Island.

From the wild rides of the boardwalk to the iconic Nathan’s Hot Dog stand, there are tons of things to see and photograph at this famous seaside neighborhood.

Pose with the legendary Cyclone roller coaster or snap some shots on the golden sand beach.

There’s truly nowhere like Coney Island and you’ll definitely want to capture it on film (or just on your phone). 

Photographing a woman at the Bushwick Collective photo spot in New York
The Bushwick Collective is one of the best places to take pictures in NYC. Photo taken on a private NYC Photo Journey.

20. Discover the next big street artists at Bushwick Collective. 

Since its establishment in 2011, the Bushwick Collective has quickly become a major destination for street art fans from around the world.

Featuring rotating displays from both local and global street artists, this colorful stretch of buildings is definitely worth exploring with a camera in hand.

Whether you’re there to capture the unique murals or just looking for a colorful backdrop for an #OOTD post, this is the place to go. 


Want beautiful photos taken of you in scenic New York spots? Book one of our Private Photo Journeys, a walking tour that includes photos of your group to keep. Or get a styled, custom shoot that tells your unique story through an NYC Influencer Shoot or Professional New York City Shoot. Email [email protected] with inquiries.


Best Places To Take Pictures In Queens 

The Unisphere is one of the best places to take photos in NYC
The Unisphere in Corona Park is an iconic piece of Queens history. Photo via the author.

21. Capture one of the most iconic sights in Queens at the Unisphere at Corona Park.

Built for the 1964 New York World’s Fair, the Unisphere has become an unofficial icon of Queens and a sight you won’t want to miss if you’re passing through Flushing.

This 140-foot tall steel representation of Earth is a feat of both art and engineering, and its legacy goes far beyond the fair for which it was built.

On a sunny summer day when the fountains are up and running, it makes for the perfect Queens photo. 

The Queens Botanical Garden is one of the top secret places to take pictures in NYC
Bring your camera along as you take a stroll through the Queens Botanical Garden. Photo via Malcolm Manners.

22. Take in the wonders of nature at the Queens Botanical Garden. 

Also located in Flushing is the Queens Botanical Garden, a 39-acre urban oasis that will transport you out of the city and into a serene natural wonderland.

Featuring an arboretum, herb garden, rose garden, and more, there is plenty of space to lose yourself to the beauty of nature here and capture it on camera.

There’s a reason this picture-perfect garden is a popular spot for weddings. It truly offers the perfect opportunity to explore romance in NYC!

Gantry Plaza State Park is one of the best places to take pictures in NYC at night
Enjoy the gorgeous sunset views from Gantry Plaza State Park. Photo via Michelle Rick/NYC & Company.

23. Catch some incredible Midtown views at Gantry Plaza State Park. 

Gantry Plaza State Park, a 12-acre riverside park and former dockyard, has quickly become one of the hottest attractions in Long Island City for its unique structures and incredible views of the Manhattan skyline.

From the towering gantries that give the park its name to the famous Pepsi-Cola sign to the shimmering buildings across the East River, there are so many quintessential sights to capture here.

Pose on the park’s dock for some of the best Manhattan skyline views from Queens you can capture. Or come after dark for one of the best views in NYC at night!

Astoria Park is one of the best places to take pictures in NYC
The riverside views at Astoria Park are not to be missed! Photo via Gabe Shore.

24. Relax along the river at Astoria Park.

Featuring nearly 60 acres of open space along the East River, Astoria Park is a favorite of both locals and visitors to the neighborhood.

The park features breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hell Gate Bridge connecting Queens and Randall’s Island, particularly at sunset.

It’s a great place to get a bit of fresh air in NYC’s largest borough. 

Best Places To Take Pictures In The Bronx 

The New York Botanical Garden is one of the best places to take pictures in NYC
The Conservatory at the New York Botanical Garden is an amazing place to take photos. Photo via New York Botanical Garden.

25. Wander through fields of flowers at the New York Botanical Garden.

From its stunning conservatory to its incredible collections of trees and local plants, the New York Botanical Garden is the destination for nature fans in New York City.

Located in the Fordham section of The Bronx, the New York Botanical Garden features rotating exhibits and blooms visitors can enjoy all year long.

You’ll definitely want to get a few shots of the famous lily pond right outside the conservatory, a favorite of many photographers.

Wave Hill is one of the best places to take pictures in NYC
There’s nothing better than a springtime photoshoot at Wave Hill! Photo by Joshua Bright, courtesy of Wave Hill Public Garden & Cultural Center.

26. Marvel at the majestic Hudson River at Wave Hill Public Garden & Cultural Center.

Located in the Bronx’s Riverdale section, Wave Hill Public Garden & Cultural Center is an amazing riverside garden featuring gorgeous local flora and contemporary art from around the world.

The true star of Wave Hill is its amazing view of the Hudson River, and the garden features plenty of spots to simply sit and watch the boats on the river go by.

You can also explore Wave Hill’s lush conservatory all year long and snap some shots that will inspire your friends and followers to take up plant parenthood. 

That being said, it’s particularly beautiful in spring and is one of the top spring date ideas in NYC, thanks to the photogenic cherry blossom trees.

Baseball game at Yankees Stadium which makes for fun NYC photos
Whether you’re inside or outside of the park, you’re sure to get some great photos at Yankees Stadium. Photo via Jeff Thompson.

27. Get a homerun of a photo at Yankees Stadium.

Whether or not you’re a Yankees fan — or a baseball fan, for that matter — few baseball stadiums are more iconic than Yankees Stadium, a uniquely New York experience.

The stadium is full of great photo opportunities, both inside and outside the gates.

Pose in front of the famous facade, snap the field itself or get a shot of some of the wild dishes on offer inside, like cupcake-topped milkshakes or bacon cheeseburger dumplings. 


Want beautiful photos taken of you in scenic New York spots? Book one of our Private Photo Journeys, a walking tour that includes photos of your group to keep. Or get a styled, custom shoot that tells your unique story through an NYC Influencer Shoot or Professional New York City Shoot. Email [email protected] with inquiries.


Best Places To Take Pictures In Staten Island

The Staten Island Ferry is one of the best places to take pictures in NYC
The Staten Island Ferry offers great views of Downtown Manhattan. Photo via Shinya Suzuki.

28. See some of New York’s top sights for free on the Staten Island Ferry. 

It’s no secret that the Staten Island Ferry is one of the best things to do for free in NYC. If you’re exploring New York City on a budget, you can’t miss it.

The ferry sails between New York Harbor in Lower Manhattan and St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island 24/7, cruising past the Statue of Liberty and offering impeccable views of Downtown Manhattan.

Bring your camera along for the ride and snap some photos from the water. It’s one of the best ways to see the city in our opinion. 

Snug Harbor Cultural Center's Chinese Scholar's Garden is one of the top places to take pictures in NYC
Snug Harbor Cultural Center’s Chinese Scholar’s Garden must be seen to be believed! Photo via Lance Reha/Snug Harbor Cultural Center.

29. Get transported to historic China at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center.

An authentic Chinese garden in the heart of Staten Island?

You’d better believe it!

Located in Randall Manor, Snug Harbor Cultural Center is home to the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden, a replica of a Ming Dynasty-era garden complete with authentic Chinese bridges, buildings, and Koi ponds that will make you feel like you’re a world away from Staten Island.

Beyond the Chinese Scholar’s Garden, Snug Harbor has several other gorgeous botanical gardens and farms perfect for photoshoots, making the center a local hotspot for weddings.

Historic Richmond Town is one of the top photo spots in New York
Experience the magic of winter at Historic Richmond Town. Photo courtesy of Historic Richmond Town.

30. Learn the colonial way of life at Historic Richmond Town.

Travel back in time to learn about America’s colonial beginnings at Historic Richmond Town, a living history museum with buildings dating back to the 1700s and 1800s.

Among the historic buildings, you’ll find historic tradespeople practicing crafts like blacksmithing and carpentry and interpreters telling the stories of the town’s history.

It’s a favorite spot for photographers looking to capture photos in a historic setting or those looking for something a little different to add to their Instagram grids. 

Fort Wadsworth and a photogenic view of the Verrazano Bridge
The historic Fort Wadsworth offers some of the best views of the Verrazano Bridge. Photo via Scott Beale.

31. View the Verrazano Bridge in all her glory at Fort Wadsworth.

Located just off the Verrazano Bridge, you’ll find breathtaking views of New York Harbor at Fort Wadsworth, part of Gateway National Recreation Area.

As one of the oldest military installations in the United States, the park is rich in history and resources, with plenty of room to bike or hike around the harbor.

The fort and its backdrop make for incredible photos and this is definitely the best place to get a picture of the majestic Verrazano Bridge! 

Photogenic NYC Tours

The following tours offer the opportunity to discover some of the best places in NYC to take pictures or have your photo taken:

Click here for a full list of New York City tours.

Instagrammable NYC Hotels

There are many local hotels that also make for nice places to take pictures in NYC, like:

The High Line Hotel. This stylish landmark hotel resides on the very grounds where Clement Clark Moore wrote “Twas the Night Before Christmas.” The vibe is 19th century with numerous original touches, including stunning stained-glass windows. Opt for in-room views of either the High Line or the hotel garden.

The William Vale. This hip Williamsburg property features onsite Italian eatery, stunning gym, and seasonal pool. It’s also home to one of our favorite New York City rooftops, Westlight, which offers a true 360-degree view and delicious craft cocktails.

Crosby Street Hotel. This boutique SoHo hotel blends luxury with creativity. You’ll find endless opportunities to take photos in the rooms and common spaces thanks to the carefully curated art and design pieces — not to mention a sculpture garden. Plus, their onsite restaurant and bar serves beautifully-plated food and expertly crafted drinks.

Click here for a full list of NYC hotels. There are many options that also double as locations for photo shoots in New York!

NYC Travel Insurance

When visiting New York City – or anywhere else in the world – it’s wise to get travel insurance.

One of the best travel medical insurance for travelers is SafetyWing as they’ve got a large network and offer both short-term and long-term coverage — including coverage if you’re traveling for months as well as limited coverage in your home country).

Additionally, SafetyWing is budget-friendly and offers $250,000 worth of coverage with just one low overall deductible of $250.

Click here to price out travel insurance for your trip in just a few clicks.

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Examples of the best photo spots in NYC including the Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn Bridge
Manhattan Bridge as seen from Washington Street in DUMBO, one of the best places to take pictures in NYC
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