Macy's Herald SquareCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: Herald Square, between 34th and 35th on Broadway (Entrances also available on 7th Avenue and 34th Street, as well as on 34th Street between 7th Avenue and Broadway), New York City, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 08:30 pm Details
- Phone: +718-2126954400
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Shopping Center
The Macy's Herald Square is the flagship of Macy's department stores, located on Herald Square in Manhattan, New York City. This is World’s and ofcourse America’s largest Departmental Store. Macy’s Herald Square used publicity devices such as a store Santa Claus, themed exhibits, and illuminated window displays to draw in customers. Reaching the place is easy as it is one of the important landmarks in New York, well connected with the local transport. You will get buses, metro rail and local cabs for this place. An estimated 20 million shoppers visit Macy’s Herald Square over the course of each year.
Browse everything from cosmetics to apparel to house-wares and beyond. In fact, the space is so expansive they have a Visitor Center on the 34th Street Balcony Level and restaurant located throughout. Additionally, Macy’s Herald Square can also help you become a better chef with their onsite cooking school, De Gustibus, which offers an array of classes and chef series. If you’re visiting during the winter holidays, take a stroll past their storefront windows, which are decorated every year in intricate and festive displays.
- International shoppers can get a discount at the visitor’s center.
- The lower floors tend to be more crowded than the upper floors and weekdays before lunch are the least crowded time.
- Take advantage of baggage check/coat check if you'll be shopping for a while.
- Ask the cashier if you'd like to have your purchases shipped home.
- There are few eat-outs at the Macy’s.
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10.9% of people who visit New York City include Macy's Herald Square in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
42.61% of people start their Macy's Herald Square visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Macy's Herald Square
77.98% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Macy's Herald Square
This flag ship store is a place not to be missed. The atmosphere is a good mix of old style NY and modern NY atmosphere. At the holiday season, the displays really make one smile. But the best part is the Macy's spirit lives on. Since the store is so large, and has so much to offer. At the escalator, is human store guide who greets you. If you are looking for a particular item, she uses her tablet to looks it up. Tells you where in the store it is and if it's in stock. My was not in stock but told me when it would arrive and could be delivered at home. Also, suggest similar items found in the store and other places to try. The miracle on 34 th street still exists. Designers galore. A beautiful shopping experience. Even my friend who is an online shopper loved it. The help is sincere. A must go when you are in NYC.
It is definitely an experience coming to this store. It is easily one if the coolest stores to visit in NYC. Its is like a mall in and of itself. You can find anything you need here retail wise then relax in it's own food court. You can shop at the mini stores within the store itself. It is overwhelming at first but ultimately lots of fun.
Iconic store. Huge. I had a nice experience at Bobby Brown cosmetics. Many opportunities to have your makeup done. One of the best stores in town. I have memories at a Macy's in Wichita, Kansas. I am thrilled Macy's does so much for New York City. Think of the Thanksgiving Parade and the big balloon characters! Grateful for Macy's. I hope you stay around forever. Worth shopping here.
I visited this place twice this holiday season. Once to check their famous holiday festive window decorations, and second to purchase personal clothing items for myself. Both visits were very pleasant. The widows display decoration this year was as expected in the "Believe in the Wonder of Giving" theme staring the the sweet and fierce characters Sunny the Snowpal. Six windows of decorations were on display for the world to see. The theme was noble and the display was superb. My second visit was to shop for some clothing items during the holiday sale and was very productive. Staff was helpful in getting me quickly the items I was looking for. I was pleasantly surprised to find that my popular size was in good supply in the items I was interested in this year. I was quickly able to find the items I want in the high quality that I was looking for and get them at deep discount. The clothing items display were very organized regardless how the place was crowded and the internal store decorations were very festive and beautiful.
Completely overwhelmed by the decorations in this store. The top floor was like Macy's Ornament Heaven!! I would enjoy returning so I can look around when it's not so busy. We visited middle December so it was a full store, but still very beautiful and friendly staff offering assistance.