Midtown is a popular place to visit while you are in New York as a large number of the area’s most popular attractions are within easy reach. Among the most interesting places to explore are the marvelous Broadway and the remarkable Minskoff Theater. Two other recommended attractions that are located within a short distance of Midtown are NBC Studios and the Circle in the Square Theater.
Of course, people come from all the countries of the world to experience the Statue of Liberty, one of the most iconic sites in the country. It is only 3 miles (5 kilometers) from the middle on the city.
Spend some time in the central streets of New York. Take the chance to visit the Empire State Building and Times Square. And, before returning to Midtown, check out the Chrysler Building and the Grand Central Terminal.
To gain a deeper understanding of New York, visit one of its museums and theaters. Visit some of the interesting museums including Frick Collection, the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and the Museum of Arts and Design. Book seats for a spectacular show at the Radio City Music Hall, Roseland Ballroom and the Avery Fisher Hall. Often talked about galleries, include the American Folk Art Museum, the Museum of Biblical Art and the Chelsea Art Museum.
If the sun is shining get outdoors and make the most of the nearby green spaces. Join in a ball game, read a book, or just enjoy the fresh air at Bryant Park, the Washington Square Park and the Madison Square Park.
Treat yourself to a new outfit, stock up on groceries or just enjoy the atmosphere at nearby shopping hotspots such as Macy's, Barney's and the Tiffany & Co..
When you’re ready to rest up after a busy day discovering the many charms of Midtown, check in to one of the area’s convenient accommodation options. For a good night’s sleep it’s hard to go past the Roosevelt Hotel, New York City, the Edison Hotel, and the Hotel Pennsylvania.