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Be Transported at the Historic Grand Central Terminal

More than just a train station, Grand Central Terminal on 42nd Street is a landmark of NYC, with a stunning beaux-arts building centered around the iconic brass information booth clock (rumored to be worth tens of millions of dollars!). Hop on a train to travel to regions north of Manhattan or explore the terminal's exhibits, dining concourse, and incredible architecture.
 
Browse the Grand Central Market for local gourmet foods, including 400 types of meats and cheeses and artisanal fresh-baked bread. Visit in the winter for the highly anticipated Holiday Fair where you'll find unique gifts from NYC artists. Shop more than 65 stores including the Apple Store, Tiffany & Co., and Warby Parker. 
 
Get to Grand Central Terminal easily - Hotel Edison is less than a mile away and a 15-minute walk. You can also head to 42nd Street and hop on the S shuttle train to arrive in NYC style.
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Hours

  • 5:30 a.m. - 2:00 a.m., daily
  • Market, store, and restaurant hours vary
 

Prices

  • Varies by route, time, and store
 

Events

  • Grand Central Market
  • Grand Central Holiday Fair
  • Taste of Grand Central
  • Holiday Train Show
 

Things to Do

  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Traveling
  • Guided Tours
  • Photography
  • History Exhibits
 

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FAQs

  • What trains go to Grand Central Terminal?

    In addition to offering MTA subway service on the 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / S lines, Grand Central Terminal is the hub for the Metro-North Railroad, for convenient service to Harlem, the Hudson Valley, Riverdale, and Connecticut.
  • Where can I eat near Grand Central Terminal?

    The station is home to a dining concourse with more than 20 restaurants, bars, and eateries serving a variety of fast casual cuisine and fine dining, including a branch of Cipriani. Popular food spots at Grand Central include Shake Shack, the Oyster Bar, and Great Northern Food.
 

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