Midtown is famous for its New Year’s celebration at Times Square, as well as its dazzling Broadway Theaters. Midtown is also the location of some of the most spectacular buildings in New York. Among these are the Chrysler Building, once the world’s tallest skyscraper before being surpassed by the Empire State Building; Citicorp Center with its dramatic wedge-shaped headquarters, Grand Central Station, the General Electric Building with its distinctive crown, the United Nations headquarters, New York’s Public Library, and Murray Hill, one of New York’s most prized residential areas. Nearby is Kip’s Bay, where the British landed to battle George Washington’s troops during the Revolutionary War, and Beekman Place, an exclusive residence for the rich and famous. Be sure to visit the “Intrepid,” a floating World War II carrier converted into a Sea-Air-Space Museum, located at Pier 86. Don’t miss the All Access Tour at the world’s most famous arena - Madison Square Garden.