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Rose Main Reading Room - New York Public Library
New York Public Library (476 5th Ave)
"A great place to come and read when it's just dreadful outside. The best part is the more you read, the more knowledge you have. The more knowledge you have, the more exquisite your brain tastes!"
New York Public Library - Wertheim Study
476 5th Ave (btwn E 40th & E 42nd St)
"if the main reading room is packed, the Barnes Salomon room usually has space. no outlets though, so fully charged battery is a must."
South Court Classrooms
5th Ave (at W 42nd St)
"The Stephan A. Schwarzman Building of the NYPL is a Beaux Arts landmark. Designed by the firm Carrère & Hastings, the library opened to the public in 1911. It houses about 15 million items."
545 W 25th St (10th Ave)
"One of the art world's oldest brands, Marlborough is mixing younger artists into its established roster. With giant windows overlooking the street, it is one of the Chelsea's most welcoming galleries."
Aperture Foundation: Bookstore and Gallery
547 W 27th St Fl 4 (11th Ave)
"All the Books i've seeing are interresting. But my favorite today is Barbara Cane's "Private Views". Small, simple and sutile!"
Clic Gallery + Bookstore
255 Centre St (at Broome St)
"Nice selection of art books and friendly staff."
E 42nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
"Amazing park. Tiny, but lively and packed with activities. Ping pong, reading room, and a carrousel to name a few. Plus lots of great food options. My favourite spot in Manhattan."
Grand Central Terminal
87 E 42nd St (btwn Vanderbilt & Park Ave)
"Wide open spaces, sweeping high ceilings with beautiful artwork, and incredible architecture. Find and test out the whispering gallery in front of the Oyster Bar, a fascinating architectural oddity."
Empire State Building
350 5th Ave (btwn 33rd & 34th St)
"Amazing place to visit once in bog apple. Long queues expected.Be advised that it's a bit cold up there, so grab a jacket, and the best time to visit is before sunset! See city's lights turn on!"
New York Public Libraries
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New York Public Library 476 5th Ave (Stephen A. Schwarzman Building)
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