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5 NYC Attractions for Sports Fans December 2, 2019

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5 NYC Attractions for Sports Fans, Brooklyn, New York

New York City is known for its towering skyscrapers, taxis, and top-notch cuisine. Yet, with arenas, stadiums, and shops galore, it’s also one of the most popular destinations in the world for sports fans. If you’re a sports enthusiast planning an upcoming trip to the Big Apple, discover the most important destinations to add to your itinerary below.  

NYC Attractions Every Sports Enthusiast Should Check Out

1. Yankee Stadium

It’s no surprise that this iconic baseball stadium, home to the team with the most World Series wins by more than 15, tops the list of attractions for sports fans. You don’t have to be a fan of the team itself to enjoy their open-air museum. Here, you’ll find plaques and artifacts honoring baseball legends Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, and Jackie Robinson, among others.

2. Madison Square Garden

taxiAs the venue for the New York Rangers® and Knicks®, MSG holds tours that allow a glimpse into the locker rooms. It’s also a popular arena where numerous shows and sporting events are held year-round, so chances are, you might even be able to catch a live event while you’re in town.

3. Chelsea Piers

For more than two decades, Chelsea Piers has been offering both city dwellers and tourists alike an opportunity to bowl, golf, and participate in gymnastics, among other sports. Located along the Hudson River, the facility is easy to access by taxi and is open for play year-round.

4. The NBA® Store

The looming NBA store on Fifth Avenue spans 25,000 square feet and is a sports fan’s dream come true. Replete with interactive experiences, the store has screens with virtual competitions and facts about various players’ shoe sizes and heights. Players are known for frequenting the store, so there’s always the chance you’ll spot one of your favorites. 

5. Jackie Robinson’s Home

Fans of sports history will rejoice over the opportunity to get a first-hand look at the home of Jackie Robinson. While not officially declared a landmark, the home is rich with history and is where Robinson spent his time in the late 1940s. Simply hail a cab and make your way to 5224 Tilden Ave in Brooklyn to see the home for yourself.


With so many enticing attractions for sports fans to consider, it can be challenging to get to all of them in one trip—unless you have the right taxi service. Having served New York City for more than 30 years, Brooklyn Radio Dispatcher is well-known for their affordable rates and helping locals and visitors alike get around with ease. Their convenient mobile app makes it easy to schedule a service, but you can also arrange service online or by calling (718) 384-7070.

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