New York Webcams

Long Island City

When talking about New York, most people think of shiny Manhattan with all its glamour, lights and people. However, New York is actually very versatile. If you ever want to have a calm weekend outside of the city, Long Island City is a good choice to spend some time outside of the big city craze! You will still find everything you might need, but you will have a moment to breath. This picture shows a view of the city overlooking the sea. Make sure you check the local weather before you travel!

This is solely my personal assessment and I was not compensated for it.

(3 votes, average: 4.67 out of 5)
Long Island City

Traffic of 2nd Avenue at 36th Street/Queens-Midtown Tunnel

This traffic webcam shows 2nd Avenue at 36th Street as well as the gateway to the Queens-Midtown Tunnel. The tunnel leads under the East River to Queens on Long Island. Moreover, it is used as highway 495 and toll road. The 2nd Avenue leads downtown from the nothern end of Manhatten until it fades into Houston Street.

(2 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)
Traffic of 2nd Avenue at 36th Street/Queens-Midtown Tunnel

Western Skyline of Manhattan

This webcam shows a fantastic view over the western skyline of Manhattan. On the right part of the screen you can see the Empire State Building.
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(5 votes, average: 4.40 out of 5)
Western Skyline of Manhattan

Traffic of 5th Avenue at 23rd Street

Traffic webcam of 5th Avenue at 23rd Street. This intersection is on the southern end of Madison Square Park at the famous Flatiron Building.

(4 votes, average: 4.25 out of 5)
Traffic of 5th Avenue at 23rd Street