Morgan Library & Museum
Empire State Building
Featured prominently in almost a hundred Hollywood films over the years, the Empire State Building – actually a very glorified office...
The two play areas at this cultural center offer costumes, games, Lego, a puppet theater and an interactive, storybook-themed exhibit.
For kimchi and karaoke, it's hard to beat Koreatown (Little Korea). Mainly concentrated on 32nd St, with some spillover into the...
A great Murray Hill beer post, this high-ceilinged, handsome pub is all about good beer, good snacks and the suits who come to take...
For those who live, love and dream fromage, Artisanal is a must-eat. More than 250 varieties of cheese, from stinky to sweet, are found...
Morgan Library & Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Part of the 45-room mansion once owned by steel magnate JP Morgan, this sumptuous library features a phenomenal array of manuscripts, tapestries and books (with no fewer than three Gutenberg Bibles). There's a study filled with Italian Renaissance artwork, a marble rotunda and a program of top-notch rotating exhibitions.
The rotating program of temporary exhibitions is consistently inspiring.