4. New York, New York
So while you’re in NYC, you might as well check out some other places associated with Marilyn Monroe. While married to playwright Arthur Miller, the couple lived in two homes in New York: firstly at number 2 Sutton Place and then on the 13th floor, 444 East 57th Street. If you want to follow in some of Marilyn’s footsteps, make your way to East 58th Street to the little park overlooking the Queensboro Bridge – incidentally the same location chosen by Woody Allen for the sunrise bench scene with Diane Keaton in Manhattan.