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Beyond Broadway: Insider's Tour of Times Square
"Ready to navigate one of the busiest neighborhoods in the world? This New York City tour is going to take you through Times Square Rockefeller Center and Grand Central Terminal — but entirely the local way! This NYC tour will start in Grand Central Terminal the most historical transportation hub in the USA. Explore the massive building and its incredible architecture and learn where you can grab some local NY State food and drink. You’ll even take a hidden passage out to the street to avoid the crowds at the entrance.Afterwards head out through the skyscrapers of Midtown where you’ll uncover some short cuts
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Guided Private Underground New York Subway Tour
"It's right there under your feet you probably ride it everyday but how much do you know about this city's amazing subway system? On this private tour you'll learn the history behind the iconic New York subway —all the art all the history all the technical breakthroughs all the ""whys"" and all the shenanigans that went into this spectacular achievement.Starting on the southern tip of Lower Manhattan at Bowling Green
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Small Group Walking-Subway-Food Tour of Central Park and Midtown Manhattan
"This 6-hour walking tour is for those who truly want to experience the full perspective of what Manhattan has to offer plus its sounds smells and tastes!Some of the attractions and sites we will visit:Central Park - marshlands turned into 843 landscaped acres of more than four million trees shrubs and plants - attractions include Strawberry Fields The Dakota
From $85.00

Grand Central Terminal Tips (107)

Now that's what I call a station..

Grand central Terminal is often wrongly labeled or refered to as 'Grand Central Station', which I believe actually refers to a post office nearby.The imposing station has been refurbished over the...
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Jun 28, 2004

Simply stunning

... now how come London Bridge station can't look like this?! I know it's sad to put a station on here but it is well worth a look - once you enter the hall look up to the ceiling be prepared to be...
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Jun 18, 2004

Talk About Good Value

On our last visit in 2002, we were lucky enough to read about a free tour of Grand Central Terminal that took place every Sunday. The guide was superb. told us loads of things that we never would have...
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May 14, 2004

Don't miss the Train(Station)

This one is almost solely for the architecture, the outside of Grand Central Terminal is not to bad, but once you get inside you will think 'no way is this a train station!!'. The sublime interior of...
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Apr 19, 2004

Grand Central Station

Certainly Grand. Opened in 1913, constellations adorn the ceiling. Situated in the heart of Midtown, it has an array of shops and restaurants. Even if you're not catching a train, go and see the world...
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Apr 18, 2004

Meet me at the Clock

The clock in the main lobby of the Grand Central Station has been the meeting place for people in New York for years. The clock is just one of the many architectual splendors you can see at Grand...
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Apr 11, 2004

Grand Central Station.. lives up to its name

The architecture of Grand Central Station is fantastic and thankfully the building was saved from destruction and looks great. Even if you don't need to travel on a train from this station, I...
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Apr 11, 2004

Beaux-Arts gem

Chances are you'll end up in Grand Central at some point anyway when taking the subway, so there's no excuse for not spending some time in this wonderful, recently restored building to take a stroll...
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Mar 08, 2004

Grand Central Terminal is a Beaux-Arts gem

The reason and only reason this beautiful building is still standing today is due to the work and devotion of Jackie Kennedy Onassis, who in the 1970's fought against city developers to tear this down...
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Feb 29, 2004

A beautiful building

Grand Central Terminal is a very beautiful and famous building. It's hard to believe that it's a train station located in the centre of New York. But Grand Central Terminal isn't only a train station....
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Jan 11, 2004

Grand Central Terminal

On my first trip I had to take a train from Grand Central Terminal to go with my friend to visit her family in Connecticut. The last time I was there we didn't go inside. Unfortunately, I don't have...
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Jan 10, 2004

Central Station Main Terminal Hall

I just went to have a look at this building because it is one of the famous landmarks of NYC.As you can see from the photograph it is an impressive building, it also has an impressive ceiling with...
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Jan 05, 2004
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Things to Do Near Grand Central Terminal

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Chrysler Building

We really like the look of The Chrysler Building. We have seen it countless times on TV and in movies and shows set in New York City, so it was nice to see it "up close and personal". It is located...
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New York Public Library

I worked for a few years before going to college and my first real job was at Lord & Taylors. Many a lunch hour was spent either on the steps of the NY Public Library or behind it, in Bryant Park....
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Fifth Avenue

Considered one of the most famous and expensive shopping streets in the world, 5th Avenue is one of the unmissable street experiences of New York. It starts at Washington Square in Greenwhich Village...
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Daily News Building

No longer occupied by the Daily News, the Daily News Building is one of New York's best known skyscrapers. It was constructed when the Daily News had the largest circulation of any newspaper in the...
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Morgan Library

This library and museum, built in 1906, was once dedicated to be home to the JP Morgan private library. It is located at 225 Madison Avenue and East 36th street. After the death of JP Morgan, it was...
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Bryant Park

In days gone by, Bryant Park was in need of some love. Although I did love going there, I perhaps did so for all the wrong reasons. Now, I walk through here and reminisce about days and brain cells...
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Getting to Grand Central Terminal


89 E 42nd St., New York, NY 10017


  • Sunday 05:30 to 02:00
  • Monday 05:30 to 02:00
  • Tuesday 05:30 to 02:00
  • Wednesday 05:30 to 02:00
  • Thursday 05:30 to 02:00
  • Friday 05:30 to 02:00
  • Saturday 05:30 to 02:00