Glorious Grand Central Terminal: Secrets of a New York Landmark

See an iconic train station in a whole new light

Immediately recognizable as a masterpiece of beaux-arts design, Grand Central Terminal is one of the most iconic buildings in New York City Beyond its stunning beauty, the train station was also the height of innovation when it opened in 1913. On this tour, you will learn about the people who were responsible for its design and creation as well as those who saved it from destruction.

When you take this tour, you’ll discover fascinating secrets, some of which are hidden in plain sight yet unnoticed by the millions that walk by every year. Come see how Grand Central Terminal is much more than just a “pretty face.”

Upcoming Dates:
Sunday, January 29th at 11 am – Only a few tickets left
Saturday, February 11th at 11 am
Sunday, February 26th at 11 am


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Tour Highlights

As you explore this iconic landmark, you will…

  • Hear spooky tales of a haunted cocktail lounge
  • Uncover the location where the birth of TV news took place
  • Find out the origin of the famed red carpet tradition
  • Discover the official symbol of the family behind the conception of the terminal
  • See remnants of an earlier version of the facility
  • Experience the surprising whispering gallery
  • Learn about the secret facility that powers the trains moving throughout the terminal

Duration

Walking Tour: 2 hours (we will send you the meeting place after you book)

Rates

Person – Walking Tour: $40.00
(Best suited for ages 12+) 


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Private Tours available!
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Beth Goffe is a longtime Upper West Side resident and NYC licensed tour guide who makes a habit of collecting interesting and entertaining stories about her home neighborhood. 


Study up for our walking tour by listening to the Bowery Boys episode “The Rescue of Grand Central Terminal.”