Travel by Train in PA


New York City – A Skyscraper of Possibilities

New York City is the undisputed hub of culture and commerce on our nation’s east coast and arguably the entire country. It is the nation’s most populous and international city. There are myriad and endless attractions and destinations within the city. New York possesses some of the most important museums and art galleries in the nation. The shortlist includes the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, the American Museum of Natural History and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The city itself has many highlights, like the “Top of the Rock” observation deck atop the iconic Rockefeller Center, not to mention Times Square, Central Park and Hudson Yards. The Big Apple’s culinary scene is world-renowned; the countless fine dining restaurants are some of the country’s most exclusive. Sports fans are equally well-fed, with multiple sports teams for each major league sport and plenty of stadiums and venues to attend. Last but certainly not least, the City that Never Sleeps boasts unforgettable nightlife locales, all of which are just a short subway ride away. The Empire City awaits.

Getting There

Take the Keystone or Pennsylvanian to the new Moynihan Train Hall (NYP), opened in 2021. Located across from Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan, it provides easy access to the Subway, LIRR and Metro-North. Explore walkable iconic NYC neighborhoods like Chelsea & Hudson Yards and landmarks like Empire State Building, the Highline, Macy’s and Madison Square Garden.

Seagulls on a beach