Midtown Manhattan Attractions
Bergdorf Goodman (754 Fifth Avenue)
5th Ave Shopping at its best, be sure to check out the fabulous window displays!
Bryant Park (Between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues)
Beautiful European style park situated in Midtown behind the Post Office is a favorite of New Yorkers, only a block from Times Square.
Carnegie Hall (881 Seventh Avenue)
Carngie Hall is a world famous auditorium located in Midtown.
Central Park (From Central Park West to Fifth Avenue and 59th Street to 110th Street.)
Perhaps the most famous urban park - covers more than 800 acres in the middle of Manhattan.
Chrysler Building (405 Lexington Avenue)
Landmark Art Deco Building located in Midtown Manhattan - 77 floors rise to height of 1048 feet.
DeWitt Clinton Park (59th Street, 8th Avenue, 34th Street)
Park and playground located in the Hells Kitchen area of Manhattan offers wonderful view of the Hudson and the Palisades.
Empire State Building (Fifth Avenue at 34th Street)
One of New York City's main tourist attractions, the Art Deco Empire State Building, a National Historic Landmark, is located in the heart of Manhattan. Visitors can tour the Observatory 365 days per year.
Grand Central Terminal (42nd Street and Park Avenue)
Spared the wrecking ball in 1967, Grand Central Terminal was restored to its 1913 splendor. Shops, restaurants, and trendy bars make it a hot spot!
Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum (Pier 86, 12th Ave. & 46th Street)
The Intrepid is currently undergoing $8 million renovation in Staten Island. Expected to reopen on Veterans Day 2008.
Lord and Taylor (424 5th Ave)
Upscale Lord and Taylor is part of the 5th Avenue shopping scene.
Macy's Herald Square (151 W 34th St)
Famous for sponsoring the Thanksgiving Day Parade, Macys is the largest department store in the world.
NBC Studio Tour (30 Rockefeller Plaza)
Experience an inside look at the NBC studios.
New York Public Library (Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street)
The New York Public Library at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street in Manhattan.
Paley Center for Media (25 West 52 Street)
Museum of Television and Radio - Paley Center for Media.
Rockefeller Center Tour (30 Rockefeller Plaza)
Get the inside story behind Rockefeller Center with a tour of this city within a city.
Saks Fifth Avenue (611 5th Avenue)
Saks Fifth Avenue today is world renowned for its quality merchandise offerings located on fashionable 5th Ave in the Midtown Manhattan.
St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue)
The largest decorated gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the United States and has been recognized throughout its history as a center of Catholic life in this country.
The Museum of Modern Art MoMA (11 West 53 Street)
Museum of Modern Art has the world's largest collection of modern painting and sculpture.
Tiffanys (727 5th Ave)
Since 1837, Tiffany & Co. has been the world's premier jeweler and America's house of design.
Top of the Rock (30 Rockefeller Plaza)
Top of the Rock observation deck provides one of the best views of New York City.
Trump Tower (725 Fifth Avenue at 56th Street)
The 58 story skyscraper is located on New Yorks fashionable 5th Avenue. Made famous by the show the Apprentice.
United Nations (First Avenue at 46th Street)
The UN located on the east side of Midtown - guided tours available.