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Close to the High Line and Greenwich Village, Chelsea offers an easy commute to anywhere in Manhattan, great nightlife, and world-class art museums. Convenience and culture are the keywords describing this area. Chelsea is more residential than industrial and has a large LGBTQ population. People of many cultures call Chelsea home and the stores reflect the diversity of the neighborhood.

Stay in Chelsea if:

  • You want to be near public transportation – near subway lines, PATH train, Penn Station
  • You’re in NYC for the art.

Chelsea Attractions

  • Chelsea Market – Local, eclectic and modern. Eat and shop. Check website for special events.
  • The High Line – Old railroad tracks converted to elevated park.
  • Art Galleries – More than 200!
  • Ground Zero Museum Workshop – The story of the recovery period after 9/11.
  • Madison Square Garden – Multi-purpose enclosed arena for sports, music, performances.
  • Chelsea Flea Market
  • Chelsea Piers Golf Club – Play golf on a scenic pier on the river.
  • HighLine Ballroom – Music venue and nightclub has full-scale restaurant and bar.
  • Atlantic Theater Company – Two off-Broadway theater companies in Chelsea.

Chelsea’s Unique and Popular Offerings

  • Joyce Theater – A 472-seat dance performance theater located in the historic Elgin Theater.
  • Clement Clarke Moore Park – Named after author of “A Visit From St. Nicholas.”
  • Chelsea Waterside Park – Beside the water! Awesome playground and waterpark for kids.
  • Empire Diner – Iconic art deco building looks like a vintage diner outside and a luxury train dining car on the inside.
  • Frying Pan Restaurant at Pier 66. You’re on a boat, and the views are fantastic. Go for the sunset!
  • Gallow Green Rooftop Garden – Rooftop bar in a garden.
  • Barney’s – Luxury retail institution. Cutting-edge fashion for men and women, a restaurant, a home section, and a beauty counter.

Places to Stay

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