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Popular Attractions near SoHo

If you're a first time visitor to SoHo, 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 SoHo.

What are some good attractions near SoHo?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near SoHo.

155 Avenue of the Americas NY, NY

(877) 993-9355
New York City Fire Museum
278 Spring St NY, NY

(212) 691-1303
Global Table
109 Sullivan St NY, NY

(212) 431-5839
West Broadway Soho
btw Houston & Grand St New York, NY
The Broken Kilometer
393 W Broadway New York, NY

(212) 925-9397
greene street
347 West Broadway New York, NY
Citi Bike Station
157 Spring St New York County, NY
16 Desbrosses St New York County, NY

(212) 941-1549
Prince Street
New York, NY
Ear Inn
326 Spring St. New York, NY
88 Grand St NY, NY

(212) 274-1750
Children's Museum of the Arts
103 Charlton St NY, NY

(212) 274-0986
Behr Thyssen Ltd
165 Hudson St New York County, NY

(212) 431-7459
The Evolution Store
120 Spring St NY, NY

(212) 343-1114
Saint John's Park
Varick St New York County, NY

(212) 504-4115


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

"Global Table in Soho, Pearl River upstairs before they close, Room & Board - Chelsea - NY Flagship in Chelsea, Aero in Soho, John Derian Company in Noho and DwellStudio in Soho."  See More

"com) Buy a chunk of asteroid at The Evolution Store(http://theevolutionstore."  See More

"You'll find a ton of places to check out on the side streets like Prince Street, greene street, etc."  See More

"The Broken Kilometer is a hidden gallery showcasing Walter De Maria, as well as The New York Earth Room."  See More

"If you're into walking and site seeing, You'll be near City Hall Park The Woolworth Building, and Ghostbusters - Hook & Ladder 8 Canal Street is a fun walk, and leads to Chinatown New York There are several nice parks in the area worth visiting, including, Columbus Park Thomas Paine Park Saint John's Park Tribeca Park and the Hudson River Greenway If you'd like to be more physically involved, check out the Tribeca Skatepark, or stop by and pick-up a bicycle at a Citi Bike Station If you enjoy contemporary art, Tribeca is home to many galleries."  See More

"Hands down best pizza is the square pepperoni slice at Prince Street in Nolita."  See More

"Also FLAIR NEW YORK just few blocks away."  See More

"My 4th grade daughter loves to visit the Children's Museum of the Arts (http://cmany."  See More

Where can I find out more about SoHo?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about SoHo.

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