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Chelsea is known for being walkable and business-friendly with many neighborhood options for restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. Take in the natural beauty of the gardens and parks—or broaden your horizons with some local theater. Chelsea is a great home base for exploring the greater New York area, especially with so many hotels to choose from.
The museums and theaters add a sense of refinement, while the historic sites and other landmarks offer local lore. Stroll the halls at Rubin Museum of Himalayan Art, Ground Zero Museum Workshop, or Whitney Museum of American Art. You can check out the local talent at The Orpheum Theater, New Amsterdam Theater, and The Majestic Theater. Swing by Flatiron Building, Penn Station, and Empire State Building to learn about local history. Port Authority Bus Terminal, Times Square, and Grand Central Terminal are a few landmarks that can't be missed. Hours of family fun are waiting at Chelsea Piers, NBC Studios, and Top of the Rock Observation Deck.
Many visitors like to do some shopping while in town, but there are a number of other activities. You can spend a leisurely afternoon outside at The High Line Park, West Fourth Street Courts, or Union Square. Explore nature at Teaneck Creek Conservancy and Tenafly Nature Center. With a shopping trip to Chelsea Market, Manhattan Mall, or Macy's, you might find that perfect souvenir. If you've got some more time, you won't be disappointed by Madison Square Garden, Mott Street, and Toys 'R' Us Times Square.
A few of the most popular sights in the area include New York University, Broadway, and Chrysler Building. Center for Jewish History, Forbes Galleries, and The Institute of Culinary Education will also leave an impression.
For a quick way to explore the city, catch a ride on metro transit at 14 St. Station, 8 Av. Station, or 14 St. Station. To see the sights outside of town, hop aboard a train. New York 14th St. Station is the closet train station, but New York 9th St. Station and New York 23rd St. Station are also nearby.
New York, NY (JRB-Downtown Manhattan Heliport) is the closest major airport, 2.6 miles (4.2 km) from Chelsea. You can also fly in and out of New York, NY (LGA-LaGuardia), which is located 7.2 miles (11.5 km) away.