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Plenty of attractions wait to be discovered along the streets of Lyndhurst. Among the most popular are Central Park, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Ground Zero Museum Workshop, The Museum of Modern Art and American Museum of Natural History—all of which are worth the trip.

Nightlife in Lyndhurst

Spice up your trip with a foray into Lyndhurst's nightlife scene. The staff at Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant, Iridium and Village Vanguard open their doors to patrons looking for a cold brew or mixed drink. Ample sports coverage or dancing may not be hard to find, either.

Getting to Lyndhurst

If you're flying in, head for Newark Liberty International Airport — it's one of Lyndhurst's main transportation hubs.

What to do in Lyndhurst

Bow Tie Cinemas Ziegfeld Theater's silver screens, and MetLife Stadium's athletic feats offer up a helping of fun for all ages.

The trained staff and serene environs at H+S Antiaging Institute are always on hand to help parents and adults relax and treat themselves to a little pampering.

Where to shop in Lyndhurst

Want a whole new wardrobe? The shops in Rockefeller Center and the clothes at Saks Fifth Avenue won't disappoint. You can pick up sparkling accessories at Diamond District Gold Buyers and find the perfect new shoes at Urban Outfitters.

If wearable tech is more your speed, check out the gadgets and accessories at Tekserve.

Arts and culture in Lyndhurst

Put a little culture on your itinerary in Lyndhurst. The exhibits at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Ground Zero Museum Workshop and The Museum of Modern Art are good places to soak it in and do some people watching.

You can also learn a thing or two while exploring Lyndhurst — just dive into the books at New-York Historical Society and New Museum Store. The knowledge-filled halls and campus of Stevens Institute of Technology, New York University and John Jay College of Criminal Justice Alumni Association may be worthy of a tour.

Best times to visit Lyndhurst

Lyndhurst is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but January, February and March are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 37%, 33% and 23%, respectively.

Outdoor activities in Lyndhurst

Feel a little wind on your face while picnicking or simply enjoying a sunny afternoon at Central Park. Ellis Island, too, shows off Lyndhurst's natural side.

At Central Park Zoo, all kinds of weird and wonderful animals await to photobomb your snapshots.

Where to eat in Lyndhurst

Lyndhurst has plenty of dining options for hungry travelers. Among these are 21 Club, Birdland Jazz Club NYC, Pershing Square and The Spotted Pig, where you can grab some coffee or sit down to a meal.

Where to stay in Lyndhurst

Of all the places to explore in Lyndhurst, Lower Manhattan and Long Island City are the most popular.


Radisson Martinique on Broadway

Good location. A historic hotel

Only complaint was the room was very noisy being so close to the elevators

A verified traveler

2 months ago



Nicely designed hotel in great area

The hotel has a lot of “wow” factor from the minute you walk in the front door and go up the mirrored escalator lined with amber lights. The checkin process was quick but required the help of the staff to figure out the iPad process. The hotel has a nice breakfast area on the ground level with excellent coffee and take-out items. The gym was good size and well equipped. The rooftop bar was very cool with great views of the city. The only thing we weren’t crazy about was the layout of the room, particularly the raised platform the bed was on and it’s placement next to window, and the shaded glass walled shower and bathroom which didn’t afford complete privacy.

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9 hours ago


Park Central Hotel New York

Great hotel and great location

We had a great stay. The staff was quick to accommodate our Request for a room with double beds for no additional charge. We ended up having neighbors were having a big party in the room next to us. One call to guess services and security helped quiet them down. The location was amazing and we love being so close to Central Park! Can’t wait to come back.

A verified traveler

3 weeks ago


Hudson New York

Nice Hotel

Small rooms but overall a nice hotel. System was down when we first attempted to check in, but resolved by midday. Hotel staff was very attentive and helpful, expect we weren't allowed to bring in "outside" food to the bar/lounge area which seemed unusual considering it is part of the hotel we paid to stay in. Nonetheless, it was a good stay overall.

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2 weeks ago