Grand Central Terminal

The worlds most famous terminal is known for its restored ceiling, featuring the October sky and constellations outlined in gold. In addition to being a busy commuter hub, Grand Central is also home to several fine restaurants and cocktail bars, a dining concourse, Vanderbilt Hall and fifty retails shops.

Grand Central Terminal
89 East 42nd Street
42nd Street and Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Phone: (212) 340-2583

The most extraordinary public space in New York City. Opened to the public in 1913, this historic train terminal is a world-famous landmark in Midtown. Its rich history is a story of immense wealth and great engineering. It’s now the home of Metro-North Railroad, a subway station, iconic restaurants, shops, and the world’s most alluring Apple Store.
Some of the highlights to see along your tour of Grand Central include the opal-faced clock valued at $20 million(!) above the Information Booth, the Largest Tiffany Glass Clock in the World below the 48-foot, 1500-ton Transportation statue overlooking 42nd Street at Park Avenue, and the mystifying acoustics of the Whispering Gallery in front of the Oyster Bar and Restaurant. Also, stop by Grand Central’s Taste of the Terminal event any Wednesday in July. From 11am-2pm & 4pm-7pm, select vendors from around the Terminal will offer free tastings, treats, and special offers in Vanderbilt Hall. Come get a taste of the many dining and retail options the Terminal has to offer, and enjoy live performances by Music Under New York.

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