Flatiron District Walking Tour

November 6, 2011 – ongoing

Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership

SW corner of Madison Square Park, at 23rd Street and Broadway in front of the William Seward statue
  • phone: 212-741-2323|


NYCGO Logo Much like the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, the triangular Flatiron Building—at the intersection of Broadway, Fifth Avenue and East 23rd Street—enjoys the privilege of being a much-photographed and beloved New York icon. Every Sunday at 11am, expert guides lead walking tours of the historic district named for that famous structure. Take a 90-minute wander around attractions like MetLife Clock Tower, the Appellate Division Courthouse, the New York Life Insurance Building and, of course, the Flatiron Building itself; meet at the southwest corner of Madison Square Park, at 23rd Street and Broadway. For more information, please visit flatirondistrict.nyc


  • admission price:
  • Free

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