What can I say about Grand Central that no one has said before? It’s a historical landmark. It’s beautifully built and located in the heart of Manhattan.
It’s the only tourist spot I visited on my first trip to New York. I try to stay clear of tourist traps with abundant amounts of selfie sticks and Starbucks. The only reason I visited it was because it was a stop where I was eating at that night.
Once you hopped off the subway, it’s pretty much like every other stop in New York until you get to the main hall. The main hall and ceiling is gorgeous until you turn around to see the sea of selfie sticks. There’s all sorts of tourists running through the lobby and I’m sure the everyday New Yorker can’t stand them blocking traffic. There’s an Apple store, which I didn’t care too much about.
The trains that run through it are 4, 5, 6, 7, and S Subway Lines, which equates to not much. Well, that’s every train on the Eastside of Manhattan. It’s fairly easy to navigate if you don’t mind pushing people and grabbing selfie sticks to throw them on the grab to get trample on. Overall, I would definitely recommend people stopping by Grand Central to see for themselves.