Are you ready to take a virtual tour of Manhattan? These 24/7 live streaming New York City webcams will help you get a quick “lay of the land” without actually being there.
Statue Of Liberty Webcams
Because of its landmark status and island location in the harbor between Manhattan and the Atlantic Ocean, the Statue Of Liberty has some of the best New York City webcam views on this list.
- Statue of Liberty: Focused shot of the Statue Of Liberty showing the full view of the statue including the base.
- Torch Cam: Close up view of the Statue Of Liberty’s torch from inside the torch balcony where the public hasn’t been permitted since 1916. Make sure you check it out at night to see the torch lit up and glowing.
- Crown Cam: A view down from the torch looking straight at the Statue Of Liberty’s crown.
- Harbor Cam: Scenic view of the downtown Manhattan harbor facing One World Trade Center. It’s one of my favorite live streaming New York City webcams on this list.
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Uptown New York City Webcams
- Columbus Circle Cam: This active camera borders Central Park and the Time Warner Center.
Midtown Manhattan Webcams
- Midtown High View Cam: Live shot from a camera high above midtown Manhattan with views of the East River, Central Park, and multiple New York City skyscrapers.
- Times Square Crossroads: Street-level view of the heart of Times Square in New York City.
- Times Square High View: View looking down from a camera high above Times Square.
- 5th Ave Cam: This camera is placed just down the street from St. Patrick’s Cathedral on the world-famous 5th Avenue in New York City.
- Bryant Park: Great view of the lawns in Bryant Park.
Downtown New York City Webcams
- Lower Manhattan Skyline: Live stream of lower Manhattan from the top of the St. George Tower in Brooklyn, NY.
- Charging Bull Cam: Watch an endless stream of tourists climb on top of the giant Charging Bull landmark on Wall Street.
- High Line Cam: Overhead view of the High Line park in Manhattan suspended above the streets of Manhattan with a view of The Standard Hotel.
- Mulberry Street: Watch the tourists walk up and down Mulberry Street in Little Italy from a camera mounted to the fire escape at Mulberry Street Cigars.
- Brooklyn Bridge Cam: View of the Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn from downtown Manhattan.
NERD NOTE: The Brooklyn Bridge first opened on May 24, 1883. It was the first fixed crossing across New York City’s East River. The Brooklyn Bridge was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964.
Spotting New York City Webcams
There are countless outdoor cameras located in and around New York City. But which ones are streaming and which ones aren’t? It’s almost impossible to tell. The only way to be sure is to find a steaming camera online and then use Google Street view and search.
The Best Live Streaming New York City Webcams
If you live in the New York City area, then these webcams can help you get an idea of things like traffic, construction, and Police activity before you travel to an area. They can also come in handy during the next hurricane, snowstorm, holiday, or major event. Webcams can give you a full look at the city 24/7.
Do you have any live streaming New York City webcams that we didn’t include on this list? If so, please let us know in the comments.