Want to know what wonderful museums, historical museum houses, sculptures you will encounter in the Midtown area, check the neighborhood you want to visit below.
(boundaries: S- 40th St.; N- 59th St.; W- Fifth Ave.; E- East River)
Where the business world works and the Nations speak! Midtown East is famous for having the offices of many of the major corporations of the United States.
- GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL (NRHP)- East 42nd St (between Vanderbilt & Lexington)
- SCANDINAVIA HOUSE: THE NORDIC CENTER IN AMERICA- 58 Park Avenue (212) 879-9779
- UNITED NATIONS 801 First Avenue (Corner of 45th Street)
- CENTER FOR FICTION- 17 East 47th Street, (212) 755-6710
(boundaries: S- 40th St.; N- 59th St.; E- Fifth Ave.; W- Hudson River)
Times Square, the Theater district, the television networks, the new financial centers and so much more are located here.
- MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY- 111 West 57th Street, tours of NYC (212) 935-3960
- MUSEUM OF MODERN ART (MoMA)- 11 West 53rd Street (212) 708-9400
- CARNEGIE HALL/ROSE MUSEUM- 154 West 57th Street, New York, NY (212) 903-9629
- THE TOWN HALL, 123 West 42nd Street, New York
- INTREPID SEA-AIR-SPACE MUSEUM- Pier 86 12th Avenue & 46th Street, (212) 245-0072
- INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY- 1133 Avenue of the Americas, (212) 857-0000
- MUSEUM OF ARTS & DESIGN (MAD)- 2 Columbus Circle, (212) 299-7777
- PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA- (formerly Museum of Television & Radio), 25 West 52nd Street,(212) 621-6600
- DISCOVERY TIMES SQUARE EXPOSITION- 226 West 44th Street, (866)987-9692
- RIPLEY’S BELIEVE IT OR NOT- 234 West 42nd Street, (212) 393-3133
- DE WITT CLINTON PARK- W. 52 St. To W. 54 St., 11 Ave. To 12 Ave.
- CLINTON WAR MEMORIAL (DOUGHBOY)- by Burt W. Johnson
- BRYANT PARK- Between 5th & 6th Avenue, West 40th to West 42nd Street
- BENITO JUAREZ- by Moises Cabrera Orozco
- GERTRUDE STEIN- by Jo Davidson
- JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE- replica of an iron and copper piece by German sculptor Karl Fischer
- JOSE BONIFACIO DE ANDRADA E SILVA- by Jose Otavio Correla
- JOSEPHINE SHAW LOWELL- by architect Charles A. Platt
- WILLIAM EARL DODGE- by John Quincy Adams Ward