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Midtown Things to do

Things to do in Midtown

A privately managed public park located behind the New York Public Library, this 9 acre space is a...
Established in 1895 and home to almost 53 million works, the New York Public Library is the second...
Once the city’s tallest skyscraper, the Empire State Building remains the most iconic feature of...
Home to picture-postcard views of New York, this 70th floor observation deck in the former GE...
Once the city’s most popular attraction, this 6,000-seater theatre in the Rockefeller Centre is...
This 48-acre train terminal at the intersection of 42nd Street and Park Avenue houses more...
This Neo-Gothic cathedral in the heart of Midtown is the seat of the Roman Catholic archbishop and...
Considered by many architects to be the finest building in the city, the Chrysler Building briefly...
Considered by many to be the most influential modern art museum in the world, MoMA’s substantial...
New York’s most famous sporting arena, ‘The Garden’ is primarily an ice hockey and basketball...
Probably New York’s best-known street, this North-South thoroughfare is one of the world’s most...

    Things to do Near Midtown

    Often referred to as the “Crossroads of the World”, Times Square, a billboard-laden stretch of...
    This 2.5-acre section of Central Park, dedicated to the memory of John Lennon, derives its name...
    Fondly known by locals as ‘The Village’, this neighbourhood in lower Manhattan is renowned for its...
    Widely regarded as one of the world’s best museums, this Upper West Side institution is home to a...
    Fondly known as ‘The Met’, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the USA....
    The ‘green lungs’ of the city, Central Park covers 843 acres of Manhattan, and serves as a welcome...
    A small neighbourhood in lower Manhattan known for its Italian population and associated eateries,...
    The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, usually referred to as The Guggenheim, plays host to a fantastic...
    The first steel-wire suspension bridge ever created, the Brooklyn Bridge connects the boroughs of...
    Occupying the World Trade Centre site, once the home of the iconic Twin Towers, this is the...
    This historic Episcopal Church in lower Manhattan became a symbol of hope and freedom after the...
    A 1.1km stretch in Lower Manhattan that has become synonymous with America’s financial interests,...
    Harlem’s premier entertainment venue, The Apollo has given rise to a host of African-American stars...
    A borough in upper Manhattan, Harlem has long been known as an African-American neighbourhood,...
    Once the US’s biggest immigration station, Ellis Island now hosts a museum of immigration, and...
    Originally a gift from the French, this colossal copper, wrought-iron and steel structure, which...
    Situated on the waterfront of Flushing Bay and Bowery Bay in the New York City borough of Queens,...
    A passenger ferry that runs between Manhattan and Staten Island, the Staten Island Ferry is a city...
    A seaside neighbourhood famed for its old-school amusement park, Coney Island is an accessible and...
    The oldest thoroughfare in the city, this 21km stretch is best known for the section between 42nd...
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