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Bryant Park

New York, NY

 (212) 768-4242

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"There are other parks that I do like as well such as Bryant Park, Madison Square Park and Washington Square Park."  See More

"see: Brooklyn Bridge Park; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Central Park; United Nations Headquarters; The Cloisters, New York Public Library, Prospect Park, Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, Bryant Park, The Morgan Library & Museum, The Metropolitan Opera & Museum of Modern Art)."  See More

"New York Public Library, Bryant Park, Grand Central Terminal to name a few!"  See More

"the tree at Rockefeller Center, the Christmas market in Bryant Park"  See More

"I live here and experience something new almost everyday, just this morning I was walking through the subway station Bryant Park and spent a couple of minutes listening to a gentleman rocking out on bagpipes, BAGPIPES!"  See More

"Cinnamon bagel w/ cream cheese at Midnight Express Diner Burger and fries at Pops in Williamsburg Butternut squash soup Lunch sandwiches Chinese food in Bryant Park"  See More

"Close to Times Square there is Bryant Park where people go to relax, propose, grab a coffee, etc."  See More

"You can also walk around Rockefeller Center, Bryant Park (a nice antidote to Times Square), and Grand Central Terminal while you're in the area."  See More

"Also visit Rockefeller Plaza, Empire State Bldg, Bryant Park, Chrysler Building, NBC Studio Tour."  See More

"Last but not least, dedicate a day to walk 5th Ave, Times Square, pick a Broadway show (The Lion King is my favorite), Bryant Park, Rockefeller Plaza, Empire State Bldg, Museum of Modern Art and/or NBC Studio Tour ."  See More

"Last but not least, dedicate a day to walk 5th Ave, Times Square, pick a Broadway show (The Lion King is my fav), Bryant Park, Rockefeller Plaza, Empire State Bldg, NBC Studio Tour, etc."  See More

"Bryant Park has tons of free activities from free fencing lessons to juggling, language class, dance classes, and summer movies."  See More

"Take the Uptown D train from Bryant Park (42nd & 6th) to Yankee Stadium at 161st"  See More

"En el Midtown Manhattan esta por supuesto Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building Observation Deck, Radio City Music Hall y me encanta tambien tomarme un cafecito en el muy famoso Bryant Park."  See More

"There are tons of events/activities available: Concerts in Central Park (Summerstage), Prospect Park (Celebrate Brooklyn) and South Street Seaport, movie screenings in Bryant Park, plenty of food festivals."  See More

"Of course all the parks are worth a visit - Central Park, Bryant Park (also close to the New York Public Library - Mid-Manhattan Library and Grand Central Terminal), Washington Square Park, Madison Square Park (there's a Shake Shak in MSP and Eataly is right across the street)."  See More

"Free movies in Bryant Park (I believe on Monday evenings)."  See More

"A few places and eats to explore based on Subway lines: 123: Comedy Cellar - Reserve ahead of time & follow them on Twitter for hints on possible guest comedians Big Gay Ice Cream Shop - Not your ordinary soft serve Wallflower - Cute date spot ´╗┐for drinks ACE: High Line Park - Beautifully curated park to Chelsea Market Momofuku Milk Bar - Corn Cookie, Crack Pie & Cereal Milk Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir - Beautiful view of the West/East side and way to go cross town BDFM: Bryant Park - Place to sit down and picnic Museum of Modern Art - Near Time Warner Center, Central Park and check out events at the museum NQR: Union Square Green Market - Farmer's Market - Best on Saturdays!"  See More

"There are many near Times Square or Bryant Park ."  See More

"Central Park, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, Bryant Park, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, and much more fab spots where you could feel the great charm of the city."  See More

"Bryant Park also has a lot of really great events that are free and if you can stand the line ice skating (in season) is also free with a nominal skate rental fee."  See More

"We really enjoyed a visit to Bryant Park, so different thanwhat you expect of this big city that never sleeps."  See More

"A movie in Bryant Park Bryant Park has regular movie screenings during the summer."  See More

"I also love to visit Bryant Park at Christmas."  See More

"Take a moment to walk 5th Ave, Times Square, Bryant Park, Rockefeller Plaza, The Loeb Boathouse Central Park."  See More

"If you're really set on Midtown, Bryant Park often has a lot going on fairly late and is nice to photograph."  See More

"Christmas markets at Bryant Park and Union Square, ice skating at Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center, and Central Park, the most famous holiday window displays in the world on 5th Ave, Christmas shows at Radio City Music Hall and Lincoln Center, and of course, the tree at Rockefeller Plaza."  See More

"just walking around the city can be entertaining to view the storefronts and Rockefeller Plaza (very very crowded around ice skaters and famous tree) -if you like ice skating outdoors I would recommend instead the rinks behind the New York Public Library in Bryant Park in Central Park."  See More



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  1. Andaz 5th Avenue
  2. Courtyard by Marriott New York City Manhattan Fifth Avenue
  3. Courtyard New York Manhattan/Times Square South
  4. Archer Hotel New York
  5. Refinery Hotel



Things to do nearby:
  1. Bryant Park Summer Film Fest
  2. The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park
  3. Bryant Park
  4. Kinokuniya Bookstore
  5. STK



Restaurants nearby:
  1. KOI
  2. Le Pain Quotidien
  3. The Kati Roll Company
  4. Aureole
  5. Butter



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