Visiting Grand Central
Commuter Trains - Grand Central Terminal offers commuter service to Westchester, Putnam, and Duchess Counties in New York as well as Fairfield and New Haven Counties in Connecticut.
Subways - Grand Central is a major station on the Lexington Avenue line of the New York Subway.
Dining at Grand Central - Grand Central offers several dining options. The most historic and impressive of them is the New York Oyster Bar, built in 1913. The restaurant, popular with tourists and New Yorkers, is noted for its arched ceramic tiled ceiling, by Spanish artist and architect Rafael Gustavino. Other dining options include Michael Jordan's Steakhouse; Metrazur, a Mediterranean restaurant; a food court; a deli; and an extensive food market.
Taking the Tour - The Municipal Arts Society of New York sponsors a free tour each Wednesday at 1230pm, highlighting the structure's history, art, and architecture. In addition, several New York sightseeing companies offer walking tours of the Terminal and the surrounding area.
Location: at 42nd Street and Park Avenue
Click here to visit Grand Central Terminal official website.