Landmarks and Sightseeing in Chelsea

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  • ChelseaEnnWHY
    2+ weeks old

    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.m
      The 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 Piers
      Chelsea Market
      The High Line
      Pike's Opera House
      Hotel Chelsea
      Peter McManus Cafe
      Hudson River Park
      Empire Diner
      Rubin Museum of Art

      Dan Geller
      Geller Group
      Keller Williams NYC
      (646) 737-9665
      dgeller@kwnyc.com
      http://www.kw.com/kw/agent/gellergroup

    • Chel-see
      2+ weeks old

      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.