Chelsea is Manhattan’s art district. You can spend days here wandering galleries that show work from established and emerging artists. The High Line—a park built on an abandoned elevated railroad track—is a work of art in its own right, as are some of the area’s fashionable shops. After feasting your eyes, go restaurant hopping, or visit Chelsea Market, which offers excellent eateries. Then head out to the neighborhood’s famous nightclubs and buzzing bars or watch future Saturday Night Live stars perform at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre
Chelsea's charms include arts, nightlife, dining, theater, the High Line, Chelsea Piers and Chelsea Market.
Discover the neighborhoods under Manhattan's elevated park with our guide to the best dining, shopping and sightseeing nearby.
See art to your heart's content with our essential roundup of must-see stops.
A former rail line through Chelsea is now one of the City’s most popular parks.
Located in the heart of Chelsea, the Joyce is Manhattan’s premiere venue for dance, an intimate space where for as little as $19, you can catch world-renowned troupes perform tango, flamenco, modern, jazz, cutting-edge movement theater and many other styles of dance.
Located in Chelsea/the Flatiron District, near New York City attractions such as the Empire State Building, Union Square and Madison Square Garden, the Wyndham Garden Hotel Manhattan Chelsea is ideally situated for sightseeing in New York City.