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It is a nice place to walk with the family and take in the lights if you have guests from out of town. Best to go on Sunday when you can actually snag free parking and it is not as crowded in the evening. It...More
Many shopping opportunities - stores, shops, brand names of all kinds. There are several theaters on the street, and the Central bus station. The street is busy and crowded at all hours - since it is central and provides tourists with the special feel of...More
When I was young growing up on NYC in the 1980s, 42nd Street was a dump. Peep shows, strip clubs, and sex shops. Drug addicts walking up and down the street begging for money. Now it's cleaned up with shopping and restaurants. On the west...More
My heart belongs to 42nd street. What can i say, you MUST go here and feel the vibes from everyone bustling around. sit around and just take it in. so much to see and do. this is the hub of NYC. absolutely love it
Though many people equate 42nd Street with Times Square, it covers much more territory as a major crosstown artery between the East and Hudson rivers. As an architecture buff, I enjoy walking the street to look at buildings that reflect styles since 1900. Standouts include...More
Fun can be had on 42nd Street. Enjoy a movie, eat ice cream, see a play, watch people, shop, eat at a restaurant, go to the library, sit in the park, and more. There are so many things to do on 42nd Street, from the...More
Yes it’s a street, Broadway and 42nd Street And it’s full of expensive shops but it’s still full of people and excitement.
The square has been around for ages but was once a druggies hangout before Disney came in and bought property and encouraged the...More