An Englishman (and Geographer) in New York

I'm heading for New York, for the first time, during the Easter break.

I've got a few guide books, and advice from people who've been before, and got a hotel booked. We'll be there for quite a few days, and will of course be hitting the usual places you would expect: Top of the Rock, Ground Zero, Staten Island ferry etc.

There's some plans for architecture, film locations, walking the High Line, taking in a show and some psychogeographical wanderings.

Does anyone have any suggestions for things that I definitely should not miss as a geographer?

The Central Park erratics and rôche moutonnee are on the list of course, as well as the many urban highlights.

Update
Got a good deal on the New York Pass, which includes free entry to a huge range of museums and buildings which will also save us hundreds of dollars. Thanks also to Danny O' Callaghan for some suggestions.

Image by Ella Parkinson, edited using Prisma app.

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