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Duffy Square

Duffy Square (82)

This small triangle north of Times Square is a must.

For starters, we can tell you that it is named after Father Francis P. Duffy, a World War I hero. It also features a monument to George M. Cohan, author of the famous song Yankee Doodle Dandy, as well as being home to the TKTS box office offering large discounts to Broadway and Off-Broadway shows.

But if we recommend that you visit Duffy Square, it is especially because it is an excellent spot for viewing the famous Times Square. Undoubtedly, it is one of the best views in the city for watching the ebb and flow of vehicles and pedestrians and, of course, the countless billboards for which it is renowned and recognizable worldwide.

So take out your camera and enjoy. And if the sun has gone down, take advantage of the dark get some nice night photographs of the illuminated billboards, without using a flash. It is best to use a tripod or set your camera on a fixed element, even on the floor, to capture the neon lights and passing cars. The photos will come out great.

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