Penn Station Tours

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New York City is no stranger to the everyday hustle and bustle, and Penn Station, the city’s largest intercity train station, is no exception. Constructed in the early 20th century, it was designed in a Beaux-Arts style inspired by the Gare d’Orsay in Paris. It was once considered one of the most important architectural sites in New York. Unfortunately due to low utilization it was demolished in the 1950s. It was restored and reconstructed to its current station in 1969. 

Today it is operated by Amtrak and serves more than 600,000 passengers daily — that’s more than any other transit station in North America. It brings in daily commuters from the surrounding areas of Long Island and New Jersey and is well-connected with the New York City Subway system. Often crowded, the multi-level underground station is one of the busiest spots in Manhattan.

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Penn Station is situated in Midtown Manhattan, not far from Madison Square Garden (just above,) Herald Square, and the Empire State Building. It connects New York to major cities such as Boston, Washington D.C., and Philadelphia. Subway stops here are the 34th Street/Penn Station stops. Luggage storage and parking facilities are available. The station is completely underground.
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Address: 390 7th Ave, New York City, New York, USA, USA
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Hours: Ticket office open 24 hours
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New York to Philadelphia Day Trip by Rail

Explore Philadelphia’s historic sites and highlights on a full-day sightseeing trip by rail from New York City. Start your day on the train, then visit the City of Brotherly Love at your own pace with a hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tour. Watch America’s earliest history come to life while visiting the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall then pause for a 2-course lunch at the Hard Rock Café. Spend the afternoon discovering museums that highlight Jewish-American and Constitutional history, automobiles and fine art before returning to NYC.
  • Duration: 16 hours
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US$335,00
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  • Duration: 16 hours
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New York to Washington DC Day Trip by Rail

Explore the America’s most historic landmarks and museums on a full-day trip to Washington D.C. from New York City. Start with a scenic journey by rail, then enjoy a 2-course lunch at the Hard Rock Café upon arrival in Washington.  Board a double-decker bus for a sightseeing tour of the city, and enjoy the freedom to hop-on and hop-off so you can explore the sights that interest you most. Visit D.C.’s marble memorials, moving cemeteries and government buildings at your own pace, then board an evening train back to NYC.
  • Duration: 16 hours
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US$329,00
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  • Duration: 16 hours
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