This district attracts millions of visitors every year with its beautiful architectural treasures.
Built in 1902, Flatiron Building which has 22 stories and 307 feet, was designed by Chicago architect Daniel Burnham. This triangular shaped dramatic looking building is one of the most famous symbols of New York for more than a century. The sight is now depicted in photographs, paintings and postcards owing to its enduring popularity.
Madison Square Park
Enjoy a happy escape from the busy midtown area by visiting Madison Square Park along with your friends and family. The public space hosts various summer concerts, including the highly popular Mad. Sq. Kids series. The park is a perfect space to spend some good time in the lap of nature and have lots of fun.
The National Arts Club
The National Arts Club encourages public interest in arts and educates in the fine arts. Founded in 1898, the club organises club shows, educational programs, and awards functions in the field of theatre, visual arts, film, literature and music.
Union Square is an amazing and lively place worth a visit when you are in New York. Beautiful park and lots of market stalls, pubs and restaurants make this place one of the most sought after areas to spend a perfect evening with your loved ones. The area is home to statues of distinguished personalities such as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Mohandas Gandhi, and Marquis de Lafayette. After the tragic 9/11 incident, the park became the central area for the city’s outpouring of grief.