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HUMANS & NON-MAGICALS
BE SURE TO VISIT:
  
   Magical Neighborhoods  
   Central Park  
   Coney Island  
   Empire State Building  
   Gnomes Square  
   Goblinopolis  
   Huntsman's Lair  
   Jake's Neighborhood  
   Jersey  
   Kobold's Keep  
   Leprechaun Stock Exchange  
   Little Olympus  
   Magus Bazaar  
   Manhattan Troll Bridge  
   New York Subway  
   Ogre Town  
   oHo & The Sideways City  
   Pandarus Towers  
   Statue of Liberty  
Midtown Manhattan

Midtown
Midtown is the center of many visitors' trips to New York City. The beautifully restored Grand Central Terminal is paces away from the Chrysler Building, the United Nations complex, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and Pandarus Tower. There's the fascinating Morgan Library and the awesome New York Public Library, both of which have changing exhibitions. Behind the public library is the lovely Bryant Park, which hosts Broadway Under the Stars, free movies and music events in summer. And what says New York better than Fifth Avenue stores? Midtown also includes the new, revitalized Times Square and the Theater District, where world-famous Broadway productions wow audiences nightly. The Museum of Modern Art, a midtown attraction, is moving to Queens summer 2002 while its Manhattan building undergoes major renovations. The world's most famous arena, Madison Square Garden is secretly home to the magical world's annual Ogre Bowl. The Museum of Television & Radio is in midtown as is the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, the American Craft Museum, Carnegie Hall, and Radio City Music Hall.
Make sure to stop by NYC's Official Visitor Information Center (810 Seventh Avenue between 52nd and 53rd streets) to speak with travel counselors and pick up free brochures and discount coupons. The Diamond District is on 47th Street but if you'd rather invest in art, explore the galleries along 57th Street where you'll also find theme restaurants including the Hard Rock Cafe and Jekyll & Hyde.

Read an article about the history of midtown's Hell's Kitchen.

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