A portal to a New York City of days gone by, the historic Mansfield Hotel enjoys a prime location in the heart of the midtown Manhattan on 44th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Manhattan is overflowing with diversity, art and culture from Broadway theaters, top museums, exquisite shopping, fine dining and cultural institutions that are all within walking distance from the hotel. There are activities for visitors of all ages and interests, and we invite you to see and do all that you can while staying at The Mansfield Hotel.
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ATTRACTIONS & CULTURE
Broadway Theater District (It extends from West 40th Street to West 54th Street, from west of Sixth Avenue to east of Eighth Avenue, and includes Times Square) Noted as one of NYC’s most popular tourist attraction, The Broadway Theater District, Broadway, hosts world renowned theatrical performances, presented in over 40 professional theaters in midtown Manhattan. Seeing a show while in NYC has become a tradition for all visitors and residents alike.
Bryant Park (Between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues) Beautiful European-style park situated in Midtown near the New York Public Library. Six gardens, as well as a French-style carousel border the main lawn which spans more than 100 yards. There are many historic monuments located throughout the park, as well as a Cafe and Grill. Be sure to ask our concierge for an update on seasonal programming offered within the park including summer concert series, holiday markets and an ice skating rink.
Carnegie Hall (881 Seventh Avenue) Carngie Hall is a world famous auditorium located in Midtown.
Central Park (From Central Park West to Fifth Avenue and 59th Street to 110th Street.) Perhaps the most famous urban park - covers more than 800 acres in the middle of Manhattan.
Chrysler Building (405 Lexington Avenue) Landmark Art Deco Building located in Midtown Manhattan - 77 floors rise to height of 1048 feet.
Empire State Building (Fifth Avenue at 34th Street) One of New York City's main tourist attractions, the Art Deco Empire State Building, a National Historic Landmark, is located in the heart of Manhattan. Visitors can tour the Observatory 365 days per year.
Grand Central Terminal (42nd Street and Park Avenue) Spared the wrecking ball in 1967, Grand Central Terminal was restored to it’s 1913 splendor. Shops, restaurants, and trendy bars make it a hot spot!
Macy's Herald Square (151 W 34th St) Famous for sponsoring the Thanksgiving Day Parade, Macy’s is the largest department store in the world.
New York Public Library (Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street) The New York Public Library at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street in Manhattan.
Rockefeller Center (30 Rockefeller Plaza) Get the inside story behind Rockefeller Center with a tour of this city within a city. Go to the Top of the Rock observation deck, as it provides one of the best views of New York City or take an NBC tour and experience an inside look at the NBC studios.
St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue) The largest decorated gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the United States and has been recognized throughout its history as a center of Catholic life in this country. Sharing a special bond, the cathedral’s architect, James Renwick, Jr. also designed The Mansfield Hotel.
The Museum of Modern Art MoMA (11 West 53 Street) Museum of Modern Art has the world's largest collection of modern painting and sculpture.
Trump Tower (725 Fifth Avenue at 56th Street) The 58-story skyscraper is located on New York’s fashionable 5th Avenue. Made famous by the show the "Apprentice".
John’s Pizzeria (260 W. 44th Street) One of the best NYC pizza stops and a tradition in Times Square, John’s Pizzeria serves up authentic Italian cuisine set in an old Baptist Church.
Bergdorf Goodman (754 Fifth Avenue) Discover the ultimate in Fifth Ave Shopping and experience some of the best designers and fabulous window displays in New York City.
Saks Fifth Avenue (611 5th Avenue) Saks Fifth Avenue today is world renowned for its quality merchandise offerings located on fashionable 5th Ave in the Midtown Manhattan.
Tiffany’s (727 5th Ave) Since 1837, Tiffany & Co. has been the world's premier jeweler and America's house of design.
Henry Bendel (712 Fifth Ave.) Shoppers flock to “Bendel’s” for all the new upscale fashion, accessories, designer handbags and designer jewelry.