Chelsea ApartmentsCommunity ForumLandmarks and Sightseeing in Chelsea
Landmarks and Sightseeing in Chelsea. Looking for ideas for a little sightseeing in Chelsea. Rented an apartment here a month or so ago, I am finally settled and ready to go exploring. Help a sista out!
Well, the Chelsea Piers and Chelsea Market should be at the top of your list even if you are not a sport or cooking fan. You should checkout the High Line Cruise. If you like nightlife, the adjacent Meat Packing district is also a must as well.
Hi,Of course people will say 'The Highline" but this is NYC! Put on your hiking shoes & take a walk...then you will be a native. There are so many trips you can take: try Chinatown, Little Italy, SoHo that should take the whole weekend! Then go to Central Park and explore - try the row boats on the lake. Then Harlem 125th Street. Very close to you is Union Square and they have a fun market on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.mThe Village is not far from you and is where a lot of night life can be found - great music and fun times. Enjoty the best city on the planet!
Go for a long walk on the new Highline Park starts in the west 30's goes down past 14th street, pick it up around 9th & 10th avenue.
Try the following:
Chelsea PiersChelsea MarketThe High LinePike's Opera HouseHotel ChelseaPeter McManus CafeHudson River ParkEmpire DinerRubin Museum of Art
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What is there not to do! Chelsea is so much fun! Chelsea is close to a lot of places in NYC. The Fashion Institute is close by, Madison Square Garden, Penn Station, High Line Park is really fun and not a lot of people know about it. There's so much to do the best advice I can give is to just get lost one day.
You definitely should check out the High Line. There are tons of art galleries around the area as well.