Manhattan – Midtown

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Carnegie Hall

This opera and concert venue was opened in 1891, when Tchaikovsky travelled from Russia for the first concert. Since then, many of the world’s leading performers have packed the hall, among them Mahl...

Chrysler Building

An outstanding skyscraper in Art Deco architecture, it was briefly the world’s tallest building until the Empire State Building went up in 1931. Its unusual stainless steel scaled spire, illuminated ...

Broadway

Broadway plays an important role in the common imaginary, being the arrival point for actors and show men, and at the same time the departure point of the musicals and plays which made history, not o...

Empire State Building

This 102-storey, 443m Art Deco office block structure, the height includes a TV transmitter mast, opened in 1931. Observatories at the 86th and 102nd levels give views of parts of four states, and th...

Fifth Avenue

The Fifth Avenue is worldly renowned as one of the most important streets for luxurious shopping. Here are concentrated famous shops like Tiffany, Cartier, Apple and Prada. Due to its past as a resid...

Grand Central Station

Not just a railway terminal, more an art form, and certainly a great engineering feast. Built in the Renaissance style over a ten-year period, it opened in 1913 with a vast main concourse – one of th...

International Center of Photography

Photography is very much the American art form. Here there are exhibitions of photographs from the 19th century to the present day, representing most of the world’s leading practitioners, and also te...

Madison Square Garden Centre

The world-famous sports and entertainment centre seats 20,000. It is also used as a convention centre and office complex, and it host the New York Knicks (basketball) and New York Rangers (ice hockey...

Morgan Library

This library houses the wonderful collection of rare books and manuscripts amassed by the wealthy banker John Pierpont Morgan. Closed in 2003 for refurbishment and enlargement to a design by Renzo Pi...