Things to Do in Upper West Side, New York
Upper West Side is where you saw Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan living in You’ve Got Mail and where Jerry called home in Seinfeld.
A neighbourhood in the borough of Manhattan, Upper West Side lies between Hudson River and Central Park and between West 59th Street and West 110th Street and is enveloped by Riverside Park and Central Park. Upper West Side is rich, affluent and mainly residential. It is one of New York’s more quiet and neighbourhoods and known to be the home of the city’s cultural and intellectual lot.
Upper West Side offers a lot more than meets the eye and especially the cultural offering makes the place worth a visit. Apart from the very famous Beacon Theatre, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New-York Historical Society and American Museum of Natural History, there is a wide range of shopping and eating joints to mesmerise you by the broad tree-lined streets in Upper West.
To get to Upper West, take the A, B, C or D trains to numerous stops along Central Park West or the 1, 2 or 3 trains to numerous stops along Broadway.