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Popular Attractions near Gramercy Park

If you're a first time visitor to Gramercy Park, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Gramercy Park.

What are some good attractions near Gramercy Park?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Gramercy Park.

Molly's Shebeen
287 3rd Ave New York, NY

(212) 889-3361
Pete's Tavern
129 E 18th St New York, NY

(212) 473-7676
Rose Bar at Gramercy Park Hotel
2 Lexington Ave New York, NY
City Opera Thrift Shop
222 E 23rd St NY, NY

(212) 684-5344
US Post Office
149 E 23rd St New York, NY
Housing Works Thrift Shop
157 E 23rd St NY, NY

(212) 529-5955
393 2nd Ave New York, NY
245 Park Ave S New York, NY

(212) 475-9377
La Soiree at Union Square Theatre
100 E 17th St Frnt 1 New York, NY
Organic Avenue
254 Park Ave S NY, NY

(347) 244-7978
Stuyvesant Square
New York County, NY

(212) 639-9675
New York Film Academy
100 E 17th St New York, NY

(212) 674-4300
Smithsonian Institution
300 Park Avenue South New York, NY

(212) 982-8052
Irving Plaza
17 Irving Pl New York, NY
Headless Horseman
119 E 15th St New York, NY


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"Molly's Shebeen - I grew up more or less across the street from this place--a little bizarre but fun and they serve great drinks (I think I had a Bloody Mary here last time)."  See More

"Finally, I would check out Stuyvesant Square."  See More

"City Opera Thrift Shop - Benefits the NYC Opera and gets all their patrons' castoffs."  See More

"The one at the US Post Office is my favorite."  See More

"Angel Street Thrift Shop is a good one as is Housing Works Thrift Shop."  See More

"While you're in the neighborhood you should also check out McSwiggan's which is a gritty, no-kidding-around bar on 2nd ave."  See More

"SUSHISAMBA (West Village) The Dutch"  See More

"Barcade, Glasslands Gallery, and La Soiree at Union Square Theatre"  See More

"If you want to stay in the Times Square area I recommend Organic Avenue."  See More

"You might take a walk though Union Square and see film students from the nearby New York Film Academy making a student film."  See More

"The National Museum of the American Indian is free (it's part of the Smithsonian Institution), and the The Metropolitan Museum of Art is "suggested donations."  See More

"If you catch Irving Plaza on a good night it can be a lot of fun."  See More

"And check out the new Headless Horseman bar on 15th Street while you're nearby."  See More

Where can I find out more about Gramercy Park?

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