Operational for over 100 years, Grand Central Terminal (GCT) in New York City is the largest train station in the world by number of tracks. Spanning an area of 48 acres, it is home to a vast amount of historical events, artifacts and secrets. Although mainly serving as a commuter terminal, its history and grandeur draw over 21 million visitors to the site every year.
The tour is enhanced by extra audiovisual content, accessible during and even after the tour. Through dozens of anecdotes and stories, the tour explores the architectural marvels and rich history of the station, New York, and the United States. Want to know about the whispering wall and how to find it? Find out with the GCT self-guided audio tour.