The following lists provide an overview of local attractions and destinations close to this property.
Arts & Cultural
Plays, musicals, revivals, this is your chance to see your favorite show on the Great White Way. Remember, most theaters are dark on Monday nights.
Carnegie Music Hall
Considered by many to be the premier venue to hear the very best in musical performances.
Children's Museum of the Arts
It maintains a permanent collection of over two thousand paintings and drawings of children's art from over 50 countries and dating back to the 1930s.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Located on 16.3 acres in New York City's Upper West Side, the Lincoln Center complex comprises 11 Resident Organizations, including: the New York City Ballet, The New York Philharmonic, The Metropolitan Opera and Julliard.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
See an Egyptian temple, an Etruscan chariot, and Dutch masters all under a single roof.
Museum of Chinese in America
Enjoy fresh, innovative exhibits and culturally rich programs, including a core exhibition featuring 160 years of Chinese American history, interactive educational opportunities for families, children and groups.
Museum of Modern Art
An internationally renowned facility showcasing the best of modern art.
Museum for German and Austrian art, featuring masterpieces by Gustav Klimt.
The New Museum
Founded in 1977, it's the only museum in New York exclusively devoted to presenting contemporary art from around the world.
Opened in 1985, it's home to the largest collection of work by this influential artist. Visit the 24,000 sq. ft. museum with 12 galleries, and the adjacent sculpture garden.
Points of Interest
American Museum of Natural History
See meteorites, fossils, dinosaurs, and more. This is one of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world, it's home to 32 million specimens displayed in 46 permanent exhibition halls.
Located on 265 acres, it's the largest metropolitan zoo in the country. Visit the Butterfly Garden, Tiger Mountain, African Plains, and so much more.
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 our tallest structure, complete with an observation deck.
Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum
This military and maritime history museum is housed on the WWII Aircraft Carrier, Intrepid. Special highlights include the submarine USS Growler, Space Shuttle Enterprise, a Concorde SST, and so much more.
Jacob K Javits Convention Center
Located on the West Side of Manhattan the exhibit space is over 675,000 square feet. It's home to major trade shows, events and so much more.
Museum of Jewish Heritage
It's a living memorial to the holocaust. The museum's mission is to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the broad tapestry of Jewish life in the 20th and 21st centuries-before, during, and after the Holocaust.
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.
This complex of 19 buildings covers 22 acres right in the heart of midtown Manhattan. It's home to the famous ice rink, Top of the Rock observation deck, the Today Show, and Saturday Night Live.
Statue of Liberty
A national treasure and iconic symbol of freedom, it's 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.
Called by some the Crossroads of the World, it's home to the world's largest New Year's Eve party.
It's home to 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.
National September 11 Memorial & Museum / World Trade Center Memorial
In addition to the museum, a memorial called "Reflecting Absence" honors the victims of this dark day in American History. Those that lost their lives in a previous attack on the World Trade Center are also remembered.
Sports & Entertainment
Experience all the gridiron excitement you can handle. Host stadium for both the NY Giants and NY Jets football teams. Many concerts and events, too.
Madison Square Garden
The iconic "Garden" - home of the New York Knicks, Rangers and a lot more.
Watch the one and only, world-class Mets play ball.
Brand new in 2009, it's the place to see A-Rod, Mr. November, and all the world-famous Yankees.
Wall Street Walks
Guided walking tours, led by real industry insiders, provide an exciting peek at what happens behind the scenes on Wall Street.
- Battery Park
- Brooklyn Bridge
- City Hall
- Columbus Park
- Ground Zero
- Lower Eastside
- Manhattan Bridge
- NYC Financial District
- SoHo District
- Chelsea Market
- Greenwich Village
- Little Italy
- Wall Street