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The Javits Center is host to many leading conventions, trade shows, consumer shows and special events. There is no better world stage than the Javits Center...
Enjoyed being a part of the NY NOW trade show here. The staff were very friendly. Recommend bringing your own water and food if you're an exhibitor as concessions can get somewhat pricey.
Beautiful entrance space, limited dining options.
Lots of different event/conventions on. Make sure to bring comfy shoes, this place is huge!
was here for Bookcon 2015, great event. can't get over how huge this place is! tip, if events get crazy & lines for the girls bathrooms are super long, they'll convert some men's rooms to ladies rooms
FIT grad ceremony
This place is in Hell's Kitchen for a reason.
Perfeito para convenções e diversos restaurantes. Faltam tomadas para recarregar celular
Many floors, many bathrooms, like convention centers should have.
Did you know? We have a Citi Bike station directly outside Javits Center - at 34th St and 11th Ave. Grab a bike and go uptown, across town, or downtown!
Big cafe area with TV screens in lower level.
If you get the chance to visit, go for the sake of its incredible architecture. This place is a work of art!
Free internet for 60 minutes!
Huge home of NY Now, ENK Coterie, NSS... the 🚤 show... among many other conventions and exhibitions.
If you are hungry don't worry, the food is delicious there!
As long as shuttle us available
One hour's worth of free wi-fi available.
for New York Comic Con tickets, keep an eye on their Twitter/Facebook pages to know when they go on sale. Typically its in Spring. Also if you work in a creative field, apply for a Pro pass its cheap!
Plan enough time that you can leave for lunch. Much better options just a few blocks away
Come here for the annual auto show :)
Be comfy when you go here. Expect a lot of walking
Wear comfortable shoes, the floors here are punishing and unforgiving. Also, eat elsewhere, food is ridiculously overpriced $4 for a bottle of water.
Also, if you're going to sell your liver to eat there, make sure you try a gyro from the Greek joint in the basement. It's actually delicious. Still too pricey though!
No power outlets :(
Download the NY Auto Show App before you go, you can't download it when you're there...
While there is a @Starbucks in the Convention Center - you'd be better off grabbing your coffee before you get here - the line is long!
The convention center where you need to set up your booth and there are NO escalators or elevators working! Nice!
The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is an incredible venue.
Great location for an event! Just went there for Comic Con 2013! Advice? Park at the garage on 42nd street that has the online coupon for Javitz center events.
Wear comfy shoes there is always lots to see!
Good area for the show
There aren't any signs pointing this out, but Megabus picks up passengers from 34th Street right next to the Convention Center, not in front of it.
AT&T cell service sucks here and there is no free WiFi. Why do I want to be at this place if I can attend the conference at another location or hold it somewhere else?
Not my first time. Place is huge. Interesting things to see, do, and people watch.
Wear comfy shoes place is massive&prep for various temperatures throughout the floors&offices. Pigeons love this place too!
This place is a dump!
Get here early they are as confused as you are!
The AT&T cell service here is ABYSMAL: it's either no service or tower service is overloaded and doesn't work. No free wifi either.
Home to the New York City Comic Con.
Try the cabs, they're great at GETTING YOU THE HELL OUT OF HERE.
Needs a remodel. Badly.
Food court sticker shock? There's another food court on Level 1 which has slightly lower prices.
The bathrooms should have more stalls though. You are allowed to bring in outdoor drinks/food which is awesome.
This place is huge and awesome. An excellent place to have an event.
Get the table by the front window for some of the best retail watching people
If you need to take a cab outta here, try and do it as early as possible. 5pm is not the time for success. If you have to leave after 5, use ground link.
Mostly terrible service here. Do your check-in's and what not outside while you can.
A signal is very hard to come by inside the building. Coordinate with your friends before entering the Batcave.
If you pay for the Wifi here then you're a bigger sucker than whoever commissioned this barely-working.WIFI