Explore Hudson Yards
Spend the day at Hudson Yards before or after your visit to the observation deck. From morning to evening, Manhattan’s newest neighborhood has you covered with an array of options fit for all.
Reach to the sky at the top of Edge or take in a closer view at Vessel. The iconic sculpture landmark constructed by Thomas Heatherwick has 154 interconnected staircases totaling around 2,500 steps and 80 unique landings. Enjoy a panoramic view of Manhattan’s West Side.
Manhattan's newest culinary destination, Hudson Yards features all-day epicurean delights with signature restaurants from world-celebrated chefs, charming markets, creative eateries and quick service options that will be sure to delight. Select restaurants are offering outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery. Click here for the latest updates.
Show your Vessel or Edge ticket and receive $5 off your purchase o $20 or more from the takeout window, or a free glass of sangria with purchase of food item at Spanish Diner. Learn more here.
Peak is temporarily closed. Located on Level 101, Peak houses a premium restaurant, bar and impressive events space. It offers a deliciously different dining experience as you take in the views of New York City.
SEE & DO
Must-see attractions are just steps away from the heart of a new neighborhood where the next generation of commerce, culture, art and creativity meet.
- The High Line
- The Shed (temporarily closed)
- High Line Nine Galleries
- Whitney Museum of American Art
- Hudson River Park
The newly launched flagship Equinox Hotel is the only hotel located directly within Hudson Yards. This game-changing luxury hotel includes the 60,000-square foot Equinox fitness club, an innovative spa, Starr Restaurants’ Electric Lemon, and indoor/outdoor bars, lounges, and pools.
Equinox Hotels incorporates key elements of movement, nutrition, and regeneration for the high-performance traveler.