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Walk Across 42nd Street

Time Square in New York City.

Photo: Emiliano Granado

From the U.N. to the Hudson, 42nd Street is both New York’s central artery and its pulsating heart. T+L strolls from river to river and discovers a microcosm of the city—and the world. Read the article

Destinations: Manhattan · Midtown · Midtown East · Midtown West

Inspired by: Andrew McCarthy's 42nd Street — by Andrew McCarthy, Published Oct. 2010

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    United Nations

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    New York Public Library

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    Nat Sherman

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    Madame Tussauds, New York

    It’s kitschy. It’s fun. And it’s probably the only way you’re ever going to get your photograph taken with Morgan Freeman or Justin Bieber. A Times

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    Circle Line Cruises

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    Chrysler Building

    The 77-story masterpiece of Art Deco architecture and detail. More
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    New Victory Theater

    Housed inside a revitalized building constructed by Oscar Hammerstein in 1900, the New Victory Theater is New York City’s premier theater for young

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    Grand Central Terminal

    The restoration of this beautiful Beaux-Arts behemoth in the late 1990's has created the perfect place to enjoy a drink or dinner while watching co

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