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Destination: Chelsea

Brownstones and boutiques. Art galleries and restaurants. History and the High Line. Our Chelsea neighborhood is tailor-made for the one-hour wander. Lace up your boots and see what’s in store. Madison Square Garden. The Empire State Building. Chelsea Piers. It’s all there. And it’s all yours. Insider tip: Start by walking the High Line, a one-time train line turned elevated, park-like promenade with breathtaking skyline views, outdoor art, and lush gardens.

.7 miles away

Flatiron Building

175 Fifth Avenue 

Located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway, this iconic triangular landmark was built in 1902 and was then considered a groundbreaking skyscraper.

.7 miles away

Scarpetta

88 Madison Avenue

This stylish Italian eatery is a favorite for fresh, handmade pastas and seasonally inspired fare. Don’t miss its famous Spaghetti Tomato & Basil, a classic served at lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch.

.1 mile away

The Museum at FIT

227 W. 27th St.

The Fashion Institute of Technology’s museum features permanent and rotating exhibits exploring fashion and accessories. Admission is free.

1.6 miles away

30 Rockefeller Plaza

Off Fifth Avenue, between E. 49th and E. 50th Streets

Home of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree and NBC Studios, this American Art Deco skyscraper is the centerpiece of Rockefeller Center in Midtown.

1.5 miles away

Radio City Music Hall

1260 6th Avenue

An Art Deco beauty, this magnificent theater built in 1932 is home to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular featuring the Rockettes, plus dozens of concerts and performances.

1.7 miles away

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Fifth Avenue between E. 50th and 51st Streets

The Neo-Gothic-style Cathedral of St. Patrick is one of New York City’s most beloved landmarks. It opened in 1879 on a site then considered “too far outside the city.”

2.1 miles away

Central Park

59th to 110th Street and Fifth Avenue to Central Park West

Spanning more than 750 acres in the heart of Manhattan, Central Park is an urban oasis for New Yorkers and visitors. Highlights include the Central Park Zoo, Belvedere Castle, the Reservoir and Wollman Rink.

.3 miles away

Gotham Comedy Club

208 W. 23rd Street

Catch up-and-coming talent and established comedians at this NYC mainstay, which opened in 1996 and has been entertaining crowds ever since. In addition to shows, the club also offers classes in comedy writing.

2 miles away

Carnegie Hall

881 7th Avenue

This landmark music hall is famed for its top-notch acoustics, not to mention its grand architecture and storied list of performers spanning more than a century.

1.2 miles away

Chelsea Piers

62 Chelsea Piers

This sprawling sports complex on the Hudson River features all the fields, gear and instruction New Yorkers need to pursue more than 25 sports, including golf, bowling, and ice skating.

1 mile away

Chelsea Market

75 9th Avenue

A historic factory turned indoor marketplace, bustling Chelsea Market houses some of the New York City’s finest restaurants, boutiques and food and wine shops, including the Chelsea Wine Vault, Sarabeth’s Bakery, and Anthropologie.

.6 miles away

Eataly

200 Fifth Avenue

Cooking demos, food counters, and cafes make this 44,000-square-foot Italian marketplace a must-see for foodies. Highlights include Serra, a “greenhouse pop-up” restaurant on the roof.