Around Town – Chelsea And Clinton

So you’re in the Big Apple! Where to next? Only some of the most beautiful places in New York! Chelsea and Clinton, that is! These two areas are filled with popular spots, beautiful landscaping, and tons of things to do. Lice Happens is also in this area.

Let’s start with Chelsea, NY!
Chelsea is located west of the borough of Manhattan and honestly looks like it came straight out of a movie. When visiting NY a couple years back, I instantly fell in love with this neighborhood! Here are some things you can do :

The Chelsea Market – A place of all places! Chelsea market is home to food, offices, shopping, and much more. The perfect spot for a mid day lunch followed by finding a great new outfit for your nights out on the town in NYC. Some broadcasting done in this complex include the Food network and Oxygen! How awesome! I also heard YouTube and Google are working their way into the building. While you’re at the Chelsea Market make sure to visit the famous High Line. The high line is conveniently located right above the Chelsea Market. Approximately 1.45 miles long, it is filled with beautiful greenery on an old railroad trail. It’s basically used as a park which is a wonderful place to just relax and take a breather. You can find the Chelsea Market at 75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011.

Madison Square Garden – One of the most popular places and first landmarks to come to mind when thinking about New York. You can see your favorite band or sports team play in this arena of all trades. Here, you can find restaurants, bars, clubs, and merchandise stores. Depending on your budget, and reason for visiting this venue, you can actually rent out various parts of MSG, including theaters! Madison Square Garden is located at 4 Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, NY 10001.

Now off to Clinton, NY, which is a village in Oneida county. Located in central New York, there are many things to do here.

Kirkland Art Center – This center hosts many things from art and music festivals, to all types of classes and workshops for their community. Sometimes, you can even catch a Run/Walk event happening. Very community based, but nevertheless a great place to stop and see what they’re all about! You can find the Kirkland Art Center at 9 1/2 E Park Row, Clinton, NY 13323.

Hamilton College – The third oldest college that was established in New York State, makes this a huge historical and interesting place to tour. Hamilton considers themselves a diverse, yet close, community that also operates as a small like city. Hamilton college is a huge, but gorgeous college. The architecture and landscaping makes it another great place to visit while in Clinton, NY. Hamilton College is located at 198 College Hill Rd, Clinton, NY 133323.