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New York City (officially the City of New York) is the most populous city in the United States of America. Its business, finance and trading organizations are significant players in the nation's economy and in the world. The city is one of the world's most important cultural centers with hundreds of museums, galleries, and performance venues. Home of the United Nations, the city is also one of the world's major venues for international diplomacy.

The city comprises five boroughs: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. The city's land area is 321 square miles and is home to 8.2 million people, making it the most densely populated major city in North America. With a population of 18.7 million, the New York metropolitan area is one of the largest urban areas in the world with plenty of live webcams.

Some interesting places to visit in New York City would include Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge, Chrysler Building, Charging Bull, Chelsea Hotel, Chinatown, City Hall, Empire State Building, East Village, Federal Reserve Bank, Grand Central Terminal, Greenwich Village, Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, Lincoln Center, Little Italy, Lower East Side, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, Staten Island Ferry, Statue of Liberty, Stock Exchange, Times Square, Union Square, United Nations, Washington Square Park, World Trade Center Ground Zero, World Trade Center Sphere, Ellis Island Museum, Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, and the American Museum of Natural History.


Other City Webcams

Site Name Description
World Trade Center - May of 2001 Archive video from a trip up to the observation deck of the World Trade Center towers as they stood in summer of 2001 (Pre-9/11).
New York City Traffic Web Cams Live traffic webcams based in New York City New York from NYC department of transportation.
CNYC Live Webcams Live webcams from New York City via CNYC Live.
Port New York Webcam A 24/7 live streaming HD-quality Internet video broadcast produced by PTZtv in association with the waterfront Chart House Restaurant in Weehawken, NJ.
MTA NYC Live Webcams Live webcams from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
NYC HarborCam NY Harbor Webcam Views from the New York Harbor House Bed & Breakfast
Times Square Live Webcam This is a webcam located at Times Square, the major commercial intersection in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. It is stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Streets.
Surf Web Cam - Long Island Gilgo Surfcam and Surf report from BungerSurf.
WiredCam NYC Wired New York Webcam 1 started it's operation from a new location at the Orion building in 2007. The view is looking South, down Hudson River, with the Statue of Liberty in the upper left corner of the frame, with Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Tunnel ramps in the center.
Empire State Building Live Cam Live webcam view from the top of the Empire State Building.
World Trade Center/Groud Zero Live Cam Live view of the World Trade Center, Ground Zero from 9/11 Memorial.
HazeCam NYC Skyline Cam Live webcam view of the NYC skyline from HazeCam.
Rockaway Beach - BeachCam Live Web Cam from Rockaway Beach, NY Beach Cam.
Woodside Web Cam The Woodside webcam is looking North from Woodside in Queens NY towards the Bronx. In the distance is LaGuardia Airport and the Whitestone Bridge.
NYC Terminal Cams Webcams from New York Container Terminal.
NYC BridgeCam From the construction view of the New NY Bridge.
432 Park Avenue Web Cam We strategically installed three cameras overlooking the site so that our friends and supporters would be able to watch our extraordinary building take shape.
Brooklyn Live Web Cam Location: Midwood, Brooklyn, New York.
5th Avenue Cam Enjoy the sights and sounds of New York City's 5th Avenue, just down the block from St. Patrick's Cathedral.
This HD streaming webcam delivers live views of downtown NYC. This robotic camera takes visitors on a virtual tour of lower Manhattan, with views of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, the impressive One World Trade Center and the city skyline.
Charging Bull Cam From an unofficial appearance to a Wall Street icon, the Charging Bull along with the flow of tourist can now be seem live via this streaming HD web cam.
Columbus Circle Cam Travel to Columbus Circle in New York City, just at the ends of Central Park South and Central Park West, with this HD live streaming webcam.
Coney Island Cam Visit the newly renovated Coney Island amusement park in Brooklyn, NY to check out all the excitement that the park has to offer including the famous Cyclone roller coaster, Wonder Wheel and a spectacular ocean view.
Brooklyn Web Cams Webcams in Brooklyn, New York. 30 second updates.
Ellis Island Webcam Visitors will enjoy unmatched views of the Island, which serves as a symbol of American immigration and is best known as the historical gateway for millions.
A great West Side New York City HD view overlooking the park up Gansevoort Street towards 20th Street. Images update every 15 minutes..
Enjoy an unmatched look at the city, with an all-encompassing view including the George Washington Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River.
Midtown NYC Skyline Cam Located in the heart of the Big Apple, enjoy a spectacular look at Manhattan's Midtown skyline, including the historic Chrysler Building.
Mulberry Street Cam Located in the heart of Little Italy, this webcam delivers a live streaming look at one of the most popular sections of New York City.
World Trade Center Timelapse One World Trade Center Spire Installation Time-Lapse & Video.
Statue of Liberty Webcam Live view of the Statue of Liberty from directly across the New York Harbor in Brooklyn, New York City.
Statue of Liberty CrownCam This exclusive camera gazes upon Lady Liberty from the torch, offering one-of-a-kind views of the crown, face, tablet and historic Fort Wood.
Statue of Liberty Harbor Cam Views of Ellis Island, the New York Harbor and Liberty Island. Zoom in and explore for a closer look.
Statue of Liberty TorchCam Views of the famed golden torch and the balcony. This high resolution camera invites you to experience a part of the Statue that has been closed off to the public since 1916.
Times Square 47th & Broadway Webcam Panoramic view of Times Square looking up, down, and across 7th Avenue and Broadway.
Times Square Bowtie Cam This aerial perspective above Times Square offers a look at the famous NASDAQ screen. It's also the perfect way to watch as people gather on the corner of 47th and Broadway.
Times Square Broadway South There's always something going on in Times Square and you can be a part of the action with this webcam.
Times Square Crossroads Webcam This unique aerial look at Times Square captures what this great city is all about.
Times Square Duffy Square Get an up close look at what's happening in the heart of New York City. Locals and tourists flock to Times Square to enjoy the sights, shops and food.
Experience the action and bright lights of Times Square. Don't miss any of the excitement below with this spectacular panoramic view of the most popular spot in New York City.
Get the perfect view looking north from this webcam in Times Square.
Times Square South View Live streaming webcam brings views of Times Square. Located at the Renaissance Hotel, this aerial view allows visitors to watch locals and tourists stroll down 7th Avenue.
Times Square Street Cam Experience this street-level view looking southeast toward the heart of Times Square. Perched 12 feet above the sidewalk on Broadway between 46th and 47th Streets, watch the crowds as they stop in front of this live webcam to wave home to family and friends.
World Trade Center From the Hyatt in Jersey City, this camera looks across the Hudson River and features views of the new towers at the World Trade Center.
World Trade Center Tower 1 View of the World Trade Center. Watch all the progress and see Tower 1 as it rises against the New York City skyline.
World Trade Center Tower 1 Base This webcam brings views of the 9/11 Memorial and the base of Tower 1 at the World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan.