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Wyndham Garden Long Island City Manhattan View

  • 44-29 9th Street
  • Long Island City, NY 11101 US
  • 1-718-906-1900
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Things to Do Near Wyndham Garden Long Island City Manhattan View Hotel

The following lists provide an overview of local attractions and destinations close to this property.


Arts & Cultural

Broadway Theaters
From comedy to drama to musicals that have audiences singing along, Broadway continues to captivate the hearts of people from all over the world.

Carnegie Hall
Considered by many to be the premier venue to hear the very best in musical performances, Carnegie Hall has been the place where distinctive artists of varying and diverse backgrounds have come to make their names in New York City.

Metropolitan Museum of Art
See an Egyptian temple, an Etruscan chariot and Dutch masters under a single roof. Extraordinary exhibitions, displays and more.

Museum of Modern Art
An internally renowned facility showcasing the best of modern art.

Neue Galerie
Museum for German and Austrian Art, featuring masterpieces by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Otto Wagner, to name a few.

Noguchi Museum
Opened in 1985, the Noguchi Museum is home to the largest collection of work by this influential artist. Visit the 24,000 square foot museum with 12 galleries and an adjacent sculpture garden.


Points of Interest

American Museum of Natural History
See meteorites, fossils, dinosaurs, and more. One of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world, the American Museum of Natural History is home to 32 million specimens displayed in 46 permanent exhibition halls.

Bronx Zoo
Located on 265 acres, it's the largest metropolitan zoo in the country. Visit the Butterfly Garden, Tiger Mountain, African Planes and so much more.

Central Park
Opened in 1857, this 847-acre park stretches all the way from midtown Manhattan to Harlem. Today, it welcomes over 35 million visitors annually.

Empire State Building
A New York City icon and the highlight of the skyline, the Empire State Building features stunning views of the city and beyond from the top of its observation deck.

Ground Zero Memorial
In addition to the museum, a memorial called "Reflecting Absence" honors the victims of this dark day in American History. Those that were lost in a previous attack on the World Trade Center are also remembered.

Jacob K. Javits Center
The "marketplace for the world," which is located on Eleventh Avenue between 34th Street and 40th Street in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan is only a 15-minute subway ride away via that of the 7-Train.

Radio City Music Hall
Nicknamed Showplace of the Nation, it's a great place to see live entertainment, the Christmas Spectacular, and of course those high-kicking wonders, the Rockettes.

Rockefeller Center
This complex of 19 buildings covers 22 acres right in the heart of midtown Manhattan. It's home to a famous ice rink, Top of the Rock observation deck and Saturday Night Live.

Statue of Liberty
A national treasure and iconic symbol of freedom visited by millions annually.

St. Patrick's Cathedral
Completed in 1878, this colossal Neo-Gothic style, Roman Catholic cathedral with spires that rise 330-feet in the air rivals the best Europe has to offer.

Times Square
Called by some the Crossroads of the World, it's home to the world's largest New Year's Eve party and a prime destination for shopping, dining and entertainment.

United Nations
Take a guided tour of this powerful organization with its 193 Member States. Listen to a message from the UN Secretary General, see the Assembly Hall, explore exhibits and much more.


Shopping

5th Avenue Shopping
49th to 60th streets in Manhattan are lined with prestigious shops and boutiques. This area is consistently ranked among the most expensive shopping streets in the world.

Macy's Herald Square
The flagship store of this New York City institution.

South Street Seaport
Shops, restaurants, and the historic cobblestone street district are yours to explore.

Union Square
Shops, restaurants and the largest green market in NYC.


Sports & Entertainment

Citi Field
Watch the one and only world-class New York Mets play ball.

Madison Square Garden
Home of the New York Knicks, Rangers and more.

Meadowlands
It's the place to see the New York Jets and the New York Giants battle it out for victory. Also home to a wide variety of world-class concerts and live entertainment.

Yankee Stadium
Rebuilt in 2009, it's the place to see all your favorite pinstripe players.


What's Nearby

  • Barclay Card
  • Berkeley College
  • CitiBank
  • Hunter College
  • JetBlue
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • MetLife
  • New York Institute of Technology
  • New York Presbyterian Hospital
  • Rolex
  • The Rockefeller University Hospital
  • Trans Canada Pipeline
  • Weill Cornell Medical College