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Things to Do in Midtown Manhattan

Ensconced between Madison Square Park and the Empire State Building, The Redbury New York is in the heart of the action. Located on E. 29th Street and Madison Avenue in Manhattan’s vibrant NoMad district, you will be surrounded by Chelsea’s cool art galleries, Broadway theaters and Times Square. Discover trendy restaurants in every direction and the best shopping on Fifth Avenue. The Redbury is one block west of the 6-subway line, two blocks east from the N and R lines, and a quick walk from Pennsylvania Station.

Museum of Sex

0.2 miles

Using sculptures, artist’s renditions and life-size exhibits, The Museum of Sex showcases the history, evolution, and cultural impact of human sexuality. Tour the pleasure shop for desirable souvenirs and head to the crafty bar/café hidden inside, serving signature cocktails and creative dishes.

Madison Square Park Conservancy

0.3 miles

A few blocks from The Redbury, Madison Square Park offers a quiet respite in the midst of a bustling city. Directly adjacent to the Flatiron Building, this cool urban park offers plenty of benches to sit and admire the renowned sculptures scattered around, or to people-watch and see the sites of NYC.

Empire State Building

0.4 miles

Head to the top of this Art Deco masterpiece that towers over New York City. The Empire State Building is a must-see destination while in Manhattan, and its right next to our hotel. Ride 102 floors up to the observation deck as the views in every direction are breathtaking.

Koreatown

0.4 miles

This ethnic enclave bordered by 31st and 36th Streets, between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenues, has become home to the tastiest Korean BBQ cuisine. Explore the neighborhood’s traditional Korean spas, fun karaoke bars, eclectic shops and colorful vibe.

Flower District

0.5 miles

Who knew you could find a lush floral lined street in the heart of the concrete jungle? On West 28th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues lies the Flower District.  This is every New Yorker’s go to for fresh florals. Most of the shops open early (around 5:30am) and are typically less expensive than a traditional florist. It’s fun for a quick stroll or to pick up some fresh blossoms.

Macy’s Herald Square

0.6 miles

Covering an entire city block, Macy’s flagship store at Herald Square is a true New York City icon and legendary shopping destination. Built in 1902, it was the first building to have the modern day escalator. This 10-story shopping mecca offers an array of fashion, home good, and merchandise as well as dining, and visitor’s center.  The annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade adds excitement to the city streets.

The Museum at FIT

0.6 miles

The Fashion Institute of Technology owns one of the largest and most impressive collections of clothing, textiles and accessories in the world. See the museum’s more than 50,000 costumes and fabrics dating from the 5th century to the present.

Madison Square Garden

0.7 miles

One of Manhattan’s biggest event venues, Madison Square Garden is the city’s premier sports and entertainment complex. Home to the New York Knicks, Rangers, and Liberty, it’s also the best stage to see your favorite bands on tour.

Bryant Park

0.8 miles

Directly in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, between towering skyscrapers and the NYC Public Library, this urban playground is filled with grassy fields, popular bars and restaurants, and a giant carousel.  In the winter months, people flock to the ice skating rink at Winter Village, and in the summer you can see your favorite movie screenings on the lawn.