Conrad New York

Things To See & Do

During your stay at the Conrad New York, experience the heart of Lower Manhattan and all it has to offer.

Nearby Local Attractions

During your visit to the Conrad New York, you will have an endless amount of activities and attractions to explore. Weekends in NYC are all about trying new food, shopping for the latest trends, touring unique and historical attractions and simply being in the middle of it all. Our Downtown New York City hotel location is perfect for families who want to experience the rich culture and history of Manhattan while being close to the beautiful waterfront and having an endless amount of dining and shopping options nearby. Lower Manhattan truly has something for everyone. See our list below of nearby things to see and do, and check out our special offers for your weekend in NYC or family vacation in New York.

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Arts & Culture

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  • Regal Cinema Battery Park
    11-screen movie theater located inside the hotel.
    Take designated escalators up to the top floor from Lobby
    (212) 945 -4370
    www.regmovies.com

 

  • Poet’s House

National poetry library with dedicated children’s room & events
10 River Terrace
(212) 431-7920
www.poetshouse.org

 

  • apexart 

A not-for-profit contemporary visual arts organization located in Lower Manhattan.
291 Church St
(212) 431.5270
www.apexart.org

 

 

  • The SoHo Photo Gallery

The only non-profit cooperative photography gallery in New York City, hosting  monthly exhibitions, seminars, hands-on workshops, guest lecturers and events .
15 White St
(212) 226-8571
sohophoto.com

 

  • Tribeca Performing Arts Center

A Downtown  premier presenter of the arts,  presenting a broad global perspective through the presentation of high quality artistic work in music, theatre, dance, film and visual arts.
199 Chambers Street
(212) 220- 1459
tribecapac.org

 

 

Family Fun

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  • Bike and Roll

Bike rentals in Battery Park
State & Water Street
(212) 260-0400
www.bikenewyorkcity.com

 

  • Chelsea Piers

 Sports & Entertainment Complex along the Hudson River, featuring bowling, golf, fitness classes & much more
23rd street & West Side Highway
(212) 366-6286
www.chelseapiers.com

 

  • Governor’s Island

A 172-acre island accessible by ferry from Lower Manhattan and offering bike rentals, parks, picnics and scenic views of NYC
Ferry located at 10 South Street
(212) 440-2200
www.govisland.com

 

  • Liberty View Ice Rink

Winter ice rink with Statue of Liberty views
In Nelson A. Rockefeller Park, across from Hotel
(718) 704-3867
www.libertyviewicerink.com

 

  • Manhattan by Sail

Sailboat tours in the NY Harbor
385 South End Avenue
(212) 619-0885
www.manhattanbysail.com

 

  • Museum of Jewish Heritage

A living memorial to the victims of the Holocaust
36 Battery Place
(646) 437-4202
www.mjhnyc.org

 

  • National Museum of the American Indian

A Smithsonian Institution dedicated to the life, literature,  history, & arts of Native Americans
1 Bowling Green
(212) 514-3700
www.nmai.si.edu

 

  • National September 11 Memorial

A national tribute of remembranceto the victims of September 11, 2001
Albany & Greenwich Streets
(212) 266-5211
www.911memorial.org‎

 

  • New York Water Taxi

Hop on/hop off guided tours, by boat, bus or bike, to see the city’s greatest attractions
Battery Park – Slip 6
South St Seaport – Pier 17
(212) 742-1969
www.nywatertaxi.com

 

  • NYC Police Museum

History of the New York City Police Department
100 Old Slip
(212) 480-3100
www.nycpolicemuseum.org

 

  • Pier 40

The largest pier on the Hudson River, offering kayaking, rowing, sporting fields, trapeze & more
W. Houston & West Street
(212) 627-2020
www.hudsonriverpark.org

  • Pier 25

Mini golf, playground & beach Volleyball in Hudson River Park
N. Moore &West Street
(212) 766-110
www.pier25.com

 

  • Poet’s House

National poetry library with dedicated children’s room & events
10 River Terrace
(212) 431-7920
www.poetshouse.org

 

  • South Street Seaport

Historical area of NYC with shopping, dining, a museum, playground and  boat tours
Fulton St & East River
(212) 732-8257
www.southstreetseaport.com

 

  • Staten Island Ferry

Ferry service between Manhattan & Staten Island, providing iconic views of NYC
4 South St
www.siferry.com

 

  • Statue Cruises

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Harbor boat tours
Battery Park – Across from 17 Battery Place
(201) 604-2800
www.statuecruises.com

 

  • Toy & Clothing Stores

Treat the kids to something special at any one of these local stores
J&R JR: 23 Park Row, (212) 238-9000, jr.com
BABESTA: 66 W. Broadway, (212) 608-4522, babesta.com
CHAMELEON COMICS & CARDS: 3 Maiden Lane,
(212) 587-3411, chameleoncomics.com

 

  • Wall Street Walks

Lower Manhattan guided walking tours
55 Wall Street
(646) 588-1501
www.wallstreetwalks.com

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Museums & History

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  • Museum Of American Finance

The nation’s only independent public museum dedicated to celebrating the spirit of entrepreneurship and the democratic free market tradition which has made New York City the financial capital of the world.
48 Wall Street
(212) 908-4110
www.moaf.org
 

  • Museum of Jewish Heritage

Created as a living memorial to those who perished during the Holocaust.
36 Battery Place
(646) 437-4202
www.mjhnyc.org


  • South Street Seaport

Historical area of NYC with shopping, dining, a museum, playground and boat tours
Fulton St & East River
(212) 732-8257
www.southstreetseaport.com

 

  •  National Museum of the American Indian

A Smithsonian Institution dedicated to the life, literature, history, & arts of Native Americans
1 Bowling Green
(212) 514-3700
www.nmai.si.edu

 

  •  The Fraunces Tavern Museum

New York City history as it relates to Colonial America, the Revolutionary War, and the Early Republic.
54 Pearl Street
(212) 425-1776
www.frauncestavernmuseum.org

 

  • Irish Hunger Memorial

Devoted to raising public awareness of the events that led to the “Great Irish Famine and Migration” of 1845-1852.
The corner of Vesey Street and North End Avenue,
Across from the hotel’s main entrance.

 

  • National September 11 Memorial

A national tribute of remembrance to the victims of September 11, 2001
Albany & Greenwich Streets
(212) 266-5211
www.911memorial.org‎

 

  • BODIES… The Exhibition

A unique museum, providing an intimate and informative view into the human body.
11 Fulton Street
(646) 747 – 5663
www.bodiestheexhibition.com/newyork

Outdoors & Sports

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  • Asphalt Green Battery Park City

Asphalt Green Battery Park City is a brand new 52,000 square-foot facility offering a wide variety of sports, swimming, and fitness programs for every age and ability.
75 West End Ave
(212) 298- 2900
www.asphaltgreenbpc.org

  • Battery Park

Battery Park’s beautiful waterfront and flower gardens make it a lovely place for walking tours through the city, watch the Ferries dock, visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, or enjoy a concert.
Located at the Battery, the southern tip of Manhattan Island, facing New York Harbor
www.nycgovparks.org/parks/batterypark

  • Bike and Roll

Bike rentals in Battery Park
State & Water Street
(212) 260-0400
www.bikenewyorkcity.com 

  • CitiField

Home baseball park of Major League Baseball’s New York Mets
123-01 Roosevelt Ave (Queens)
(718) 507-6387
www.mets.com 

  • Hudson River Park

Includes beautiful public piers, a waterside esplanade and a myriad of recreational and educational activities for local residents and visitors alike.
Along the Hudson River, from 59th Street south to Battery Park
(212) 627-2020
www.hudsonriverpark.org
 

  • Madison Square Garden

Sports, music and entertainment venue in Midtown Manhattan, and home to the NBA’s New York Knicks Basketball team
4 Pennsylvania Plaza
(212) 465-6741
www.thegarden.com
 

  • New York Health & Racquet Club

The club features swimming, the newest technology in fitness equipment, innovative classes and courteous, knowledgeable staff.
39 Whitehall Street
(212) 269-9800
http://nyhrc.com

 

  • Pier 25

Mini golf, children’s playground & beach Volleyball in Hudson River Park
N. Moore &West Street
(212) 766-110
www. pier25.com

 

  • Soul-Cycle Tribeca

An evolved concept of indoor cycling, combining a mental component of inspirational coaching with a full body workout all set to great music.
103 Warren Street
(212) 406-1300
www.soul-cycle.com/soul-tribeca.cfm
 

  • The Barclay Center

A brand new 675,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue hosting concerts, NBA Nets Basketball games and special events
620 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY
(917) 618-6100
www.barclayscenter.com

 

  • Yankee Stadium

Baseball Park, home to the MLB’s New York Yankees
1 E 161st St, Bronx, NY
(718) 293-4300
www.newyork.yankees.mlb.com   

Shopping

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  • Century 21 Department Store

Affordable and attainable every day High Fashion
22 Cortlandt Street
(212) 227-9092
www.c21stores.com 

  • Tiffany & Co.

Premier jeweler and house of design since 1837
37 Wall Street
(212) 514-8015
www.tiffany.com/
 

  • J&R Music and Computer World

Electronics, computers and more.
23 Park Row
(212) 238-9000
http://www.jr.com/
 

  • Barnes & Noble

Millions of Books, Movies and TV Show DVDs and Blu-ray, Music, Toys, and Games.
97 Warren Street
(212) 587-5389
www.barnesandnoble.com 

  • Hermès

High-quality products including bags, leather goods, Jewelry, silk scarves and ties, Women’s and Men’s Ready-to-Wear, Tableware, Fashion Accessories and more.
15 Broad Street
(212) 785-3030
www.hermes.com 

  • True Religion

Premium denim and casual sportswear
14 Wall Street
(212) 791-5930
www.truereligionbrandjeans.com 

  • Thomas Pink

Formalwear for men and women
63 Wall Street
(212) 514-7683
www.us.thomaspink.com/ 

  • Brookfield Place Shopping (Coming soon)

Scheduled to open in 2014
Brookfield’s $250-million renovation is transforming the retail and public space at the World Financial Center, a Brookfield Place, into a world class shopping and dining experience with a curated fashion collection with more than 40 local and international shops,  a European-style marketplace, waterfront dining and exceptional chef-driven restaurants.
250 Vesey Street
(212) 417.7000
http://brookfieldplaceny.com/comingsoon

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