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Grand Central Terminal is the most extraordinary public space in New York City. Opened to the public in 1913, this historic train terminal is a world-famous landmark in Midtown. Its rich history is a story of immense wealth and great engineering...more
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Traveling through GCS is a pleasure. From the smiles of passersby to the feeling of great security provided by military and NYPD, to the kind and oh so patient ticket counter staff, it's an easy place to navigate and a fun place to be! The...More
As many times as I have traveled through Grand Central, I never get tired of looking up at the magnificent ceiling in the Grand Concourse and all of the beautiful architectural details around there. Don't miss this building!
In December, we went specifically for the...More
so much history and outstandingly beautiful architecture. Really interesting to take a walking tour. There are free tours (where you tip what you feel they were worth) or some that charge a nominal amount but either way, this is something both tourists and New Yorkers...More
Fantastic place, have seen it in so many movies and it doesn't disappoint. The main clock is valued at 10-15 million dollars.
Just remember and look up when you are here, the ceiling is something else... not going to spoil it for you....just enjoy.