100 Years of Grand Central
Grand Central Terminal opened in 1913 and was a triumph of architecture and transportation for its era. It was a mecca for train travel from where one could take trains to cities such as Chicago, Detroit, and St. Louis with connections to the west coast. Trains such as the 20th Century Limited set the highest standard of luxury travel for its time. Granted landmark status in 1976, Grand Central remains one of New York's great landmarks with many stories to tell. Come with us to see what is one of the nation's top ten touring sights and experience its grandeur on its 100th anniversary.
The tour will take approximately 1 hours. To be comfortable, you should wear comfortable shoes.
Grand Central Terminal (Inside)
Park Av. at 42nd St.
New York, NY 10168