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Grand Central Terminal

89 E. 42nd St. (Park Ave.)

Inside Scoop: Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal opened to the New York City public in 1913, and it continues to attract millions of visitors and travelers to this day. Thanks to the ingenuity and ambition of a great city, this historic train terminal is a world-famous landmark in midtown. Its history is a story of immense wealth and great engineering, but also a story of survival and rebirth. It's now the home of Metro-North Railroad, a subway station, iconic restaurants, shops, and an alluring Apple Store. 

Those with a passion for history should be sure to check out Grand Central Terminal's famous clock, main concourse ceiling, and whispering gallery. You'll know instantly why this is one of the most extraordinary public spaces in New York City. It is the ultimate destination for those who seek the best of New York in both its historical glory and present day energy.

Grand Central Terminal Photos

An interior view of Grand Central Terminal.
An interior view of Grand Central Terminal.
An interior view of Grand Central Terminal.
An interior view of Grand Central Terminal.

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