Times Square/Midtown Manhattan

Midtown Manhattan is broadly defined as the area between 34th Street and 59th Street, and includes such neighborhoods as Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Madison Square, and the Theater District.

Midtown Manhattan is home to some of the city’s most iconic buildings including Grand Central Terminal, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, and the headquarters of the United Nations. With one of the largest central business districts in the world, Midtown Manhattan never goes to sleep. Times Square, hub of the Broadway Theater District, is always brightly lit and there is continuous action. This is where you go to experience iconic NYC.

Midtown Manhattan Attractions

  • Top of the Rock – Observatory on top of Rockefeller Center offers spectacular views.
  • Radio City Music Hall – Take a tour or catch a show.
  • Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) – Modern art for contemporary thinkers. Temporarily closed for expansion during summer 2019.
  • Bryant Park – Trade Times Square for outdoor concerts in an urban oasis.
  • Empire State Building – Visit the 86th and 102nd floor observation decks.
  • Grand Central Terminal – Glitzy, restored train station with dining, shopping, and a lobby that is an art-deco masterpiece.
  • New York Public Library – Take your selfie with Patience and Fortitude, two majestic lions at the entrance.
  • Times Square – Nothing says New York like Times Square, engulfed in neon lights, giant billboards, electronic ticker tape and television studios.
  • Central Park – Its southern border abuts Midtown. Walk there…enjoy Alice in Wonderland statues, horse-drawn carriages and gardens.
  • The MET – Metropolitan Museum of Art – Neoclassical façade and highly impressive in terms of both quality and scale.
  • Fifth Avenue Shopping – Bergdorf Goodman, Tiffany & Co., many high-end designer