Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal in New York City is at the very heart of transportation in New York. Offering both walking and guided tours, the Grand Central Terminal possesses a rich history that every history buff is sure to enjoy. Restored in 1913, the Grand Central Terminal still possesses the same appealing atmosphere it possessed when it was originally built. In winter, there are light shows with pictures of snowflakes and the like projected onto the walls. I wasn’t impressed but many tourists find it worth a few pictures.


42nd Street, New York, New York.


Grand Central Terminal is situated in the core of downtown Manhattan. Grand Central Terminal is conveniently located on Park Avenue and 42nd Street and it is easy to get to via any form of transportation readily available. Visitors can take the MTA Metro or they can take the Subway, 4, 5, 6, and 7 S lines. A number of buses also travel to the Grand Central Terminal, making the terminal fairly easy to get to no matter what way a visitor chooses to travel. Parking is limited.

Contact Info


Transit Travel Information (718) 330-1234
For People with Disabilities (718) 596-8585
People with Impaired Hearing (718) 596-8273

For questions, an electronic submission form is available at The Grand Central Terminal’s Official Website,

Hours of Operation:

The hours of operation for the Grand Central Terminal are from 5:30 AM to 1:30 AM, Monday through Sunday, seven days a week. The Grand Central Retail Store hours are Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 8 PM, Saturday 10 AM to 8 PM, and Sunday from 11 AM to 6 PM. Further, the Grand Central Dining Concourse is open Monday through Saturday from 11 AM to 9 PM and on Sunday from 11 AM to 6 PM.


Prices of events may vary. Walking tours are $5 per visitor and all tours must be booked in advance.

Special info:

The Grand Central Terminal caters to those individuals with special needs and those with disabilities or hearing impairments can use the phone numbers provided above to get further information.

From historical sites to fine food, the Grand Central Terminal offers much to its visits and continues to be a hot destination or tourists while visiting New York City.

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