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Grand Central Terminal has been described as “The World's Loveliest Station”, which is mostly visited for its amazing architecture and great historic significance! It is a grand Beaux-Arts building which serves as a transportation hub connecting train, metro, car and pedestrian traffic in an efficient way. Every day, some 750,000 people travel through Grand Central. It remains the largest train station in the world, by number of platforms (44).
Grand Central's oldest continually operating business is the Oyster Bar, which opened in 1913 with the terminal. The other recognizable clock, atop the information booth at the center of the hall, has four clock faces made completely of opal. It's valued between $10-$20 million worth Look up. The zodiac mural on the roof of the main hall depicts "the Mediterranean sky during the October to March zodiac," featuring 2,500 stars. This loveliest Grand Central Terminal New York tourist attraction added in the New York City Itinerary 5 Day.
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I love this old station -- it's a great place to take the kids for some respite from the weather if you're touring during rainy or cold weather. The food court downstairs is pretty decent, but the atmosphere of the station itself is what makes this place so special. Take in the high windows and decorated ceilings in the main hall. The train staff are happy to pose for photos, and you can make it out onto the platforms to look at the trains without a ticket. Plus -- bathrooms! Always a plus in NYC.
It's Grand Central and worth spending an hour or two exploring. They have a farmers market hall with great baked goods, local meat and fruit. The people watching here is unbeatable. Try to find the black patch on the ceiling. This past check was left untouched from the restoration, and it shows you how dirty the ceiling used to be when the allowed smoking in the terminal for all those years.
Worth Seeing. This is better than as seen in many movies and TV shows. The main floor is impress, walking around one finds a great fresh food market, a great food court. If you are in the area, definitely worth a visit and walk around.
An absolutely astonishing train station with a grand name. The most fascinating part of it isn't the stores but the ceiling. A great portrayal of some message
Grand Central is the place you don't go to just for the sake of it. You pass through there on your way into or out of the city, but you can never get enough of the architecture. It is so beautifully designed, there are great shops now and the crowd, if you take a minute to stop being annoyed by them being in your way, shows you just how vital and alive New York City is.