People walking by the giant sculpture at Hudson Yards, NYC
People walking by the giant sculpture at Hudson Yards, NYC

Hudson Yards

Free admission
Manhattan, New York City, New York, 10001

The basics

Hudson Yards is a 14-acre (5.6-hectare) development that includes upscale apartments, hotels, shopping areas, restaurants, and entertainment. Visit to enjoy a large range of activities and attractions, from high-end shops like Cartier and Fendi to restaurants serving casual Spanish cuisine or artisanal coffee. Hudson Yard tours typically visit the High Line, the Vessel, and the Edge observation deck.

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Hudson Yards, HighLine Tour with Optional Edge Entry
Hudson Yards, HighLine Tour with Optional Edge Entry
$39.00 per adult
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Ellen - Hudson Yard
Ellen was very informative and had a great syory telling ability! There was a history and a little humor thrown in.
George_S, Mar 2024

Things to know before you go

  • Wear comfy shoes; the complex is big, and you can expect to do a bit of walking, particularly if you plan to hike up and down the 2,500 steps in the Vessel.

  • Hudson Yards includes a family-friendly play area and café called Camp.

  • The Hudson Yards—including Vessel, the Edge, and the Shed—is wheelchair accessible.

  • While there’s no need to book Hudson Yards tickets, you do need free tickets to climb the Vessel.

  • The Edge is the highest observation deck in the western hemisphere, with top views of the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building.

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How to get there

Hudson Yards is located between the West Side Highway and 10th Avenue and runs from 30th street up to 34th Street. The site is well connected to NYC public transit: Taking the 7 train to the 34th Street-Hudson Yards station is the easiest route. From the east side, transfer to the 7 at Grand Central Station or take a cross-town bus across 34th Street. You can also take a ferry to the West 39th Street terminal or reach the site from New Jersey via the Lincoln Tunnel.

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When to get there

Hudson Yards includes apartments, offices, and other types of buildings, and the various shops, restaurants, and attractions set their own hours. Though there's no bad time to visit, this West Side destination offers enviable sunset views. You can book free tickets to climb the Vessel to admire the sunset on the Hudson River, or try for coveted evening tickets to the Edge observation deck. The area is particularly busy on weekends and during the busy summer tourist season.

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Art on Manhattan’s West Side

The West Side has long been one of NYC’s art hubs. After visiting Hudson Yards to see the Vessel, take in some of the area’s other destinations: Take a walk along the High Line to enjoy a variety of public art; wander through the hundreds of galleries in Chelsea; or head south to the Meatpacking District, to the lauded Whitney Museum of American Art (The Whitney).

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