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Visit & Explore the Historic Grand Central Terminal

An icon of beaux-arts architecture and one of New York City's busiest transit hubs, Grand Central Terminal in Midtown East is just a few blocks from The Iroquois Hotel. Spend a day experiencing the history of the terminal on a self-guided or docent-led tour through the galleries and hidden gems of Grand Central, or hop on a train to visit destinations in the Northeast, including the suburbs of New York and Connecticut.
Home to incredible and intricate architectural details, you'll encounter everything from Tiffany clocks on the stone facade of the terminal to charming quirks in the interior halls. In addition to being a transit hub, Grand Central Terminal offers unique foodie experiences, including NYC's only Danish food market, Great Northern Food Hall, the artisanal Grand Central Market, and a bustling dining concourse with popular picks like The Oyster Bar and Shake Shack.
Grand Central Terminal



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


  • Vary by route, store, and event


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


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  • What trains run through Grand Central Terminal?

    Grand Central Terminal provides transit services to areas northeast of Manhattan, with Metro-North Railroad trains servicing destinations in the northern suburbs and Connecticut. MTA Subway lines running through Grand Central Terminal include the 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / S lines, while MTA bus service is available on street level.
  • What will I see on a guided tour of Grand Central Terminal?

    One of New York City's most historic destinations, Grand Central Terminal has many hidden gems which you'll see on a docent-led tour. Some highlights include the main concourse ceiling art, the New York Transit Museum Gallery, the world-famous opal Information Booth Clock, and The Campbell Bar, a historic speakeasy located within the terminal.

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