Home to beautiful galleries with marvellous art on free display, Chelsea is a popular hub for art-lovers. The neighbourhood will introduce you to the pleasures and charm of the Hudson River views, historic churches and dozens of galleries. Let’s explore the artistic as well as the visual history of this place.
Clement Clarke Moore Park
Named after the American professor and poet Clement Clarke Moore, the public park is beautifully decorated with different plants and flowerbeds, modular play equipments for children and attractive pavements. This popular well-maintained Park hosts various events and there is always something to do. With extensive facilities available to have fun and relax, it’s a perfect gateway for your next outdoor trip in the city.
Rubin Art Museum
An ideal place for art lovers, Rubin Art Museum is home to some of the finest collections of art that inspire visitors to make connection between modern life and the art and ideas of Himalayas, India. Visiting this museum you can enjoy an array of artworks, exhibitions and special events. Not only this, you can also browse through the amazing gift shop and try a cup of tea and snacks in the museum's superb cafe.
Church of the Guardian Angel
Designed in Italian Romanesque style, this spectacular Roman Catholic Church was built in 1930 by architect John Van Pelt. The beautiful church has its own parochial school and is lavishly decorated with sculptures and bas-relief that nicely depicts early life of Christ. The church is beautifully designed in brick and limestone facades that make it look absolutely marvellous and impressive.
The Joyce Theater
Get closer to some of the most celebrated art forms and enjoy a range of movement styles and traditions exploring this amazing The Joyce Theater, founded in 1982. Situated at 38th street and Eighth Avenue, this theatre has lots to offer to make your weekend truly fantastic. You can come here to enjoy dance and the allied arts of music, design, and theatre.
Stroll the High Line to get a beautiful overview. Situated on a historic freight rail line, which is elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side, The High Line is a charming public park known for its wild beauty of the self-seeded landscape. Various wild plants grew along the railway tracks after the train services were stopped here long back. The place looks absolutely dynamic with the changing colours and texture of the Parks plants. Several engaging public programs are organised here.