The city says 2013 has been a record-setting year for tourism and those numbers are expected to grow in 2014.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says by the end of the year, 54.3 million people will have come to town this year.
That's an increase of 1.6 million from 2012, which held the previous record.
Altogether, those visitors generated almost $59 billion in economic activity.
Bloomberg says he expects New York to break the 55 million visitor mark next year.