Journey through Manhattan's midtown area and see all of the historic 20th century architecture along the way when you take the Highlights of Midtown Architectural Tour.

Some of the many highlights that you will see on the tour include the United Nations Building, Ford Foundation Building, Daily News Building, Chrysler Building, Grand Central Station and Times Square. An expert tour guide will lead you through Midtown and provide your group with historical and architectural facts on all of the sights that you are seeing during your trip.

Reservations required:
It is strongly recommended that you book your tickets before you arrive in New York. Tours have limited capacity. For NY Pass holder tickets visit to book ahead as reservations are required for this tour.


Grand Central Station
You'll get a chance to see one of the world's most famous commuting stations where more than 750,000 people visit each day. GCT features 44 platforms for trains entering and leaving the station and also features some great dining and shopping inside.

Times Square
You will also get a chance to visit one of the brightest and most popular areas that this world has to offer. Times Square never turns its lights off and there is always something going on. 

Did You Know

  • You can watch Good Morning America being filmed early in the morning in Times Square.

  • The use of automobile pieces like hubcaps and radiators within the building are meant to pay homage to the Chrysler car company.

How To Get There

  • Meetng place: North West corner of 42nd Street and 1st Avenue, near Ralph Bunch Park, across the street from United Nations Complex.

  • S, 4, 5, 6, 7 to Grand Central Station.

Make The Most Of Your New York Pass

- Access to the Highlights of Midtown Architectural Tour is normally $35.

- The New York Pass grants you free access to the tour plus over 100 attractions in New York City.

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March - December
Tuesday 11am - Duration: 3 hours

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Meeting Place: North West corner of 42nd Street and 1st Avenue, near Ralph Bunch Park, across the street from United Nations Complex