Grand Central Terminal Tour
The New York Landmarks Conservancy was pleased to offer its members a behind-the-scenes tour of Grand Central Terminal.
Completed in 1913, Grand Central is home to 44 train platforms, 35 restaurants and 68 retail outlets, and some of the most beautiful Beaux-Arts architecture in the City. More than 750,000 people pass through the Terminal daily.
On this comprehensive tour led by Daniel Brucker, Grand Central Terminal Tours, members visited and explored areas unseen by the general public including:
• Glass Catwalks
• Secret sub-basement M-42
• FDR’s secret, hidden train station
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Throughout the year, Circle tours go behind-the-scenes of some of New York’s most interesting historic properties. Some tours require hard hats to visit projects during restoration, while others showcase completed restorations of commercial buildings, residences, museums, churches, and synagogues. On occasion, conservators, engineers, and craftspeople open their studios to our Circle members.