Entrance at Webster Avenue and 233rd Street, The Bronx
From Grand Central Terminal, take the Metro North Harlem Line local to Woodlawn Station, or take the Number 4 Subway to Woodlawn Station (last stop).
What do Irving Berlin, R. H. Macy, Miles Davis, Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, George M. Cohan, Duke Ellington, F. W. Woolworth, Bat Masterson, Diplomat Ralph Bunche, J.C. Penny, Oscar Hammerstein, Nellie Bly, Admiral David “Damn the torpedoes” Farragut, Barbara Hutton, Herman Melville, W.C. Handy and scores of other American legends have in common? They all share the same venue in the Bronx. No cemetery on the planet packs more star-power than Woodlawn. For a unique primer on American history, take a stroll through its 400 acres. For tour information and more, visit thewoodlawncemetery.org.
Transit Museum, Skyscraper Museum, The Highline, Wave Hill, Woodlawn Cemetery, Museum of Sex, Police Museum, Lime Light Marketplace, The NBA store, The NHL store, City Island, Chelsea Market