Map and Local Points of Interest
1. The Tiffany & Co. Flagship Store
Here, at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street, see the Tiffany Diamond and the most beautiful jewelry on earth.
2. Central Park
Spanning from midtown to Harlem, more than 800 acres of verdant beauty comprise the first landscaped public park in the United States.
3. The Museum of Modern Art
Matisses and Manets mingle with cutting-edge works by contemporary artists like Damien Hirst and Chuck Close in one of the world’s greatest art collections.
4. Rockefeller Center
Created by the Rockefeller family in the 1930s, this Art Deco jewel in the heart of the city includes Radio City Music Hall and a seasonal ice skating rink.
5. Top of the Rock
Ascend 850 feet above street level to Rockefeller Center’s outdoor observation deck for one of the most breathtaking views of New York.
6. Carnegie Hall
World-famous musicians from The Beatles to Lang Lang have enthralled audiences at this majestic performance space.
7. Grand Central Terminal
Once called “the gateway to the nation,” this Beaux Arts train station was erected in 1913 by railroad magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt.