A one-stop mecca for more than 100 shopping and culinary destinations, public art installations, cultural happenings and more, all set in a stunning new development straddling Chelsea and Hudson Yards.
Where historic cobble-stoned covered streets meet the bustling energy of S. Broadway, SoHo is home to the city’s past and its present in one beautiful, multi-block neighborhood packed with shops, galleries, restaurants, and more.
A sight to behold. The centerpiece of Hudson Yards, this 2,500-step spiral staircase is an interactive art installation and newly minted west side landmark that offers free admission and one of the most incredible views of the city.
Steps from our front door, the High Line is a 1.45 mile long elevated city park and greenway, lush with landscaping and fun finds along the way, perched above a former stretch of the New York Central Railroad. Our favorite place for walking, relaxing and people watching.
Only in New York. One of the most famous city blocks in the world, Times Square is home to Broadway theaters, iconic billboards and a unique energy unlike any other. Visit at night for the best view of the area’s infamous lit up façade.
Anchoring the central west side with stylish shops, fantastic restaurants and a carefree yet cultured vibe all its own, the Meatpacking District is one of New York’s most famous neighborhoods for any time of day outings.
A legendary New York favorite, the 70th floor of the Rockefeller Center offers astounding views of Central Park, midtown Manhattan and the city skyline with three viewing decks and a rooftop open-air terrace.
Come for the views, stay for the design. One of New York’s most iconic structures, the Empire State Building’s 102-story Art Deco structure welcomes millions every year for a glimpse at the city’s awe-inspiring landscape and history.
Sitting atop the stunning One World Trade Center, the Observatory is the Freedom Tower’s 100 story high viewpoint with prime Lower Manhattan sightlines, historical exhibits and an astonishing SkyRide elevator that takes you to the top in less than a minute.
Stroll the streets of Chelsea and leisurely duck in and out of some of the best independent art galleries in the world, including Pace Gallery, Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, David Zwirner and many more. One of our favorite pastimes.
South of The High Line on the city’s far west end, The Whitney is one of its most famous art destinations, featuring contemporary art from 20th century and later artists across various mediums. A must-see for the modern art enthusiast.
One of the largest and most influential museums of modern art in the world, MoMA is a midtown mecca for serious art lovers, early enthusiasts, and everyone in-between. One of the city’s most prolific buildings, it houses permanent and evolving collections and one of the best gift shops in the world.
Spawning two distinct locations in the city, The Met features a collection spanning 5,000 years of art from around the world through exhibitions, special events and its treasury of rare and beautiful objects. Fashion lovers shouldn’t miss the museum’s famed Costume Institute, curated in partnership with VOGUE.