Welcome to Chelsea

Chelsea is a neighborhood on the West Side of the borough of Manhattan in New York City. The district’s boundaries are roughly 14th Street to the south and the Hudson River and West Street to the west, with the northern boundary variously described as 30th Street or 34th Street, and the eastern boundary as either Sixth Avenue or Fifth Avenue.

Things to do in Chelsea

Chelsea is known as one of the best places in New York to explore art. Aside from more than 20 art galleries, there are some amazing museums to visit, such as Rubin Museum of Art, the Museum at FIT. We also recommend you to take a tour to The High Line and Chelsea Market, two of the most popular attractions in Chelsea.

180 Tenth

Where the emphasis is cool vibes and cocktails over food.

Shorty Tang Noodle Shop

James Tang, grandson of the late Shorty Tang of Hwa Yuan who is credited by many as having cooked Manhattan’s best.

Chelsea Market

This complex of 22 interlocking Nabisco factories covering an entire Chelsea block was transformed into what was supposed to be a food-business incubator.

La Sirena

The first Batali and Bastianich restaurant to appear in years.

The High Line

The High Line is an elevated railway-turned-public park on Manhattan’s west side.

David Zwirner Gallery

A hub for modern and contemporary art, Chelsea attracts no shortage of forward-thinking talents.

The Museum at FIT

Acting on its mission to ‘advance knowledge of fashion,’ The Museum at FIT offers a variety of exhibitions and publications designed to educate and entertain.

Rubin Museum of Art

Explore Himalayan culture at Rubin Museum of Art, a small west side establishment devoted exclusively to the subject.