Make the most of your Chelsea, NYC, visit. Hyatt House New York/Chelsea is just minutes from Madison Square Garden, Manhattan Mall, Hudson Yards, the flagship Macy’s in Herald Square, and more. We’re happy to help you find things to do in Chelsea, NYC, including tickets to shows, names of top restaurants, or directions to the best shopping.
The fifth tallest skyscraper in the United States, the Empire State Building stands at an imposing 1,454 feet high with 102 stories. It features a distinctive Art Deco style and offers two observation decks on the 86th and 102nd floors.
This museum is dedicated to the art and culture of the Himalayas, India, and surrounding regions, with a permanent collection that includes a wide range of art forms, from painting and sculpture to textiles, and ritual objects, dating from the 2nd to the 20th centuries.
This iconic venue in the heart of Manhattan is home to the New York Rangers and New York Knicks and plays host to countless concerts featuring some of the greatest artists and musicians in the world. It also hosts a variety of family-friendly performances, comedy shows, and theater.
Located beneath the main Garden arena, the Hulu Theater at MSG hosts everything from MMA fights to kid-friendly concerts and shows. Guests can grab a bite before the show at the concession stands and take in a number of unique performances hosted here year-round.
This sprawling convention center hosts some of the city’s biggest expos, conferences, conventions, and showcases throughout the year. From media events to tech conferences to festivals, the Javits Center sets the stage for New York’s biggest meetings and events.
Located in the heart of Chelsea, in one of the neighborhoods historic buildings, this theater is a haven for lovers of the arts. From modern dance to ballet to everything in between, the theater hosts incredible cultural performances from some of the city’s top talent.
Home to unique arts and culture, local food vendors, retailers, and more, this vibrant market in the heart of Chelsea invites exploration and discovery at every turn. From timeless performances by The Chelsea Symphony, to boutiques and shops, the market is a must-visit.
This legendary retail store, famous for the annual Thanksgiving Day Parade it sponsors, is quintessential New York. Browse all the top brands, from apparel to jewelry to accessories, and head home with a fashionable find from the city’s most iconic department store.
Each day, more than a half-million commuters and other travelers pass through this rail hub, one of the busiest in North America. The current structure is entirely underground, beneath Madison Square Garden, and the station waiting room is open 24/7.
Give yourself the relaxing treat of exploring this public park built on an elevated former rail line. Enjoy art, gardens, food, and more year-round. Like the city, the High Line is always evolving, always in motion, and always worth the trip.
The Chelsea neighborhood is known for its vibrant art scene, with art galleries that showcase a wide range of contemporary creative works from painting and sculpture to photography, and mixed media art. Many of the art galleries in Chelsea are open to the public and offer regular exhibitions and events.
This multi-use sports and entertainment complex on the Hudson River spans four piers and features a wide range of facilities and activities, including a golf club, bowling alley, rock climbing wall, fitness center, and ice rink. Chelsea Piers also offers a number of restaurants, cafes, and a movie theater.
Located within the Chelsea Piers complex in New York City, this bowling alley features 22 lanes with automatic scoring, as well as a lounge area with comfortable seating and a full-service bar. In addition to traditional bowling, the alley also features arcade games, billiards, and a laser tag arena
This golf facility features a driving range with 65 climate-controlled hitting bays, a short game area with a putting green and bunkers, and a 9-hole miniature golf course. The club also offers golf lessons for players of all skill levels, taught by PGA-certified professionals and is open year-round.