Red state tourists to the Big Apple are clamoring to visit all the places where President Trump has hung his shingle in Gotham, including his buildings, golf courses, hotels, childhood homes in Queens and his favorite haunts — like the ‘21’ Club.
The interest from media outlets has been so keen that the city’s tourism bureau — NYC & Company — has even considered whether to provide content on its Web site, a sort of road map to these places, the organization told The Post’s Lisa Fickenscher.
One concern: Some of the landmarks, like his homes in Queens, are not open to the public.
Trump Tower has become one of the biggest selfie spots in the city, said a NYC spokesman.
“We want to be welcoming to all visitors, from red and blue states alike,” CEO Fred Dixon said.