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  • Grand Central Station

    Grand Central Station

    Lexington & 42nd St. New York, NY 10017
    212-697-1245 Completed in 1913 and cleaned up four years ago, Grand Central is truly, um, grand. The clean ceiling and the newly restored Vanderbilt Hall, which has hosted a gospel choir competition, world fencing semi-finals, a play or two, and more, have added an ambiance that the unrestored terminal did not have. And, check out the market: an overwhelming sense explosion of gourmet food (chocolate croissants . . . mmm). More >>

  • MetLife Building

    200 Park New York, NY 10017

  • NBC Panasonic Astrovision, Times Square

    43rd St. & Broadway New York, NY 10022

  • Rockefeller Center

    30 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10017
    212-632-3975 Although the Rockefeller Center certainly has some appeal for tourists and shoppers, the buildings are un-impressive in comparison with its contemporaries (Chrysler Building, Empires State Building, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel). However, there is a lovely Greenmarket there during the fall and an Orchid Show in the spring, so not all is lost. More >>

  • Rockefeller Center Plaza

    51 E. 48th St. New York, NY 10017

  • The United Nations

    The United Nations

    46th & 1st Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-963-4475 While the U.N. does get to boast some of the ugliest buildings ever seen, it also gets to boast the most fascinating tour. Tours are in 17 languages, there's great artwork, and technically, if you are on U.N. soil you are on international soil, which is really cool, for some reason. Of course, visits cannot be conducted when the General Assembly is in session, but since that ever useful body only tends to meet once a year for a month, or something like that, scheduling around it is safe. Hours: March-December Daily 9am-5pm; January & February Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. More >>