The famous athlete arrived in the Big Apple hitting up the venue, which is being dubbed “part ride, part museum, all New York,” for a step back into how the city became the bustling center of the country.
Rise NY is a three-part journey that lifts and connects you to New York City’s most famous sites and moments. It steps back in time to 1904, as you visit NYC’s very first subway station at City Hall and watch an immersive film by documentarian Ric Burns, voiced by actor Jeff Goldblum, that showcases how NYC became the crossroads of the world.
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In the venue, you ou discover how the subway system connected New Yorkers across the city, journey through seven exhibits – Fashion, Music, Movies, and more – featuring historic artifacts, star-studded memorabilia, and priceless photo ops that illustrate how these industries rose up to connect NYC to the world and make this city so globally famous.
In the end, visitors take flight on the first-ever soaring ride over New York and experience the sights, sounds, and smells of the Big Apple as you fly over the city’s most iconic landmarks and celebrations.
We obtained several photos of Jones inside the attraction, and it’s obvious this is something you want visiting NYC.
As you know, LoLo Jones has made huge headlines in the past few months after expressing much interest in the desire to be a mom and documenting her fertility journey.
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“I have been crashing a bobsled at 90 miles an hour,” she told Good Morning America. Adding, “I’ve had hamstring injuries, spine surgery, and nothing was more terrifying than starting to even look up the process of egg freezing.”
Shockingly, Jones opened up the morning show about having doctors help her retrieve 27 eggs, 17 of which are viable for fertilization in the future.
“Nothing has scared me more than feeling like I’m running out of time to have a family,” she said.
Interestingly, cameras caught up with the Olympian as she left RiseNY, and asked if she would be willing to join ‘The Bachelor.’ The Olympian piped right up and said, “Why is the Bachelor, Bachelorette never old? Tell me that?! ‘Cause those are the people that want to get married the most. These 20-year-olds, they’re not trying to get married.”
The 40-year-old star athlete made it clear, the show should include hot people in their 40s willing to jump into the dating scene.
“You guys need to get someone that’s like 40-plus,” Jones said speaking to producers out there in the business. Adding, “Because they’re trying to settle down, have a family Like, sign me up!”