Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central (7)The iconic terminal opened in 1913 in Midtown Manhattan and it is a must place to visit in NYC. The building, the $20 million four-faced clock, its sculptures, the astronomical backwards ceiling, the galleries, retail shops, its restaurants and secrets are what makes Grand Terminal on 42nd Street an historic landmark.

Once Central Station Depot (1871), then Grand Central Station (1899) and now the renovated building is what we know as the Grand Central Terminal. Thousands of commuters pass everyday through this terminal that was restored in the 1900’s and then again in 2000’s with more shops and restaurants. *

Guided tour available onsite.

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