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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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Wow! What a stunning and beautiful building. More like a museum than a station. Was so impressed, went back on the morning we were leaving just to have breakfast. Great array of eateries in there. A must go to.
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. Grand Central is one...More
Given how central the station is then if you are in the area it is a must. Just the sheer extravagance of the construction for a railway station is staggering as are the two layers of tracks underneath. Trying to imaging what it was like...More
Stumbled across Grand Central station, not really intending to visit but wow what an incredible building. Absolutely huge, very pretty inside and a stunning ceiling, fortunately several tourists in there as well as NY-ers doing the daily commute.
I have often seen this in movies, but walking into the main area of the Station just blows your mind and you think, this is just a train station, how can it look this magnificent. A must see for any tourist. Wow!
We spent hours here completing the audio tour that came with our new york pass. The guy on the counter was great. Very professional and friendly. The station itself is just such an amazing building. Without the audio tour we wouldn t have learnt about...More