• Manhattan Museums That You Can’t Miss

    There are endless museums and galleries to explore across all the boroughs of NYC, and Manhattan is home to some of the world’s best and most famous museums. With parking reservations available from Champion Parking, you don’t have to miss any of the amazing artwork on display because you can’t find a place to leave your car. Here are some of the must-see museum destinations in Manhattan.


    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art, often simply called the Met, is the biggest museum in the Western World. Since opening in 1872, it has featured art from around the globe as part of both its permanent collection and traveling exhibitions. The Cloisters, where you can visit reconstructed medieval monasteries, it also part of the Met. You could spend a full day exploring the Met and still not see every piece, which is why people visit again and again.


    Museum of Modern Art

    MoMA, or the Museum of Modern Art, is where you should go to see everything from Picasso and Van Gogh to video game exhibitions. It also hosts international film series and has a comprehensive program of cultural events that are open to the community. For modern art lovers, there is no better collection in the world, and the museum continues to push boundaries in the arts and challenge notions of what exactly is art and is not.


    Whitney Museum

    The Whitney Museum of American Art—the Whitney—is located in Chelsea near High Line Park. It is home to two centuries worth of American contemporary art. It was founded by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney to display her work and now houses sculptures, painting, and performance art.


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  • Planning a Visit to Wall Street

    Wall Street is situated in New York’s Financial District and is a popular destination for tourists. Most people who go want to see the New York Stock Exchange, and while you can’t actually go into the building, there are still plenty of reasons to head to Wall Street and explore the area. Fortunately Champion Parking makes visiting Wall Street convenient with pre-reserved parking options nearby.


    Take in the Stock Exchange Building

    After 9/11, which occurred blocks away from the Stock Exchange, the building was closed to public tours for security purposes, however, many people enjoy seeing the building itself. It is located on the corner of Wall and Broad Streets and features six Corinthian columns made of marble plus a sculpture that reads “Integrity Protecting the Works of Man.” Usually, the American flag hangs in the entrance to the building. The opening bell sounds at 9 AM and the closing bell is at 4 PM.


    Visit the Local Sites

    When you’re in the Wall Street area, you can get a more detailed look at what happens on Wall Street by visiting the Federal Reserve Bank of New York or the Museum of American Finance. You can also pose for a picture by the famous Bull of Wall Street and visit Federal Hall City Hall Park, and the Woolworth Building. Wall Street is a great base for a trip to the Statue of Liberty, as you can get a ferry from nearby Battery Park.


    Arrange Parking in Advance

    The combination of people working on Wall Street with tourists visiting the area means parking is in high demand. If you will be driving, reserve a parking space before you get there, so you don’t have to waste time fighting for a spot.


    Champion Parking offers New York City Parking in parking lots and parking garages across the city. Contact us today to find out more about discount parking in NYC, including overnight parking, by calling (212) 308-5959.

  • Visiting Times Square

    Times Square is one of the most iconic attractions in one of the world’s most iconic cities. It is the gateway to the famed theater district, and as you might imagine, parking spaces are at a premium.

    Watch this video to see what it is like to visit Time Square. During the day, it is a busy business district, but at night, people come out to visit the restaurants and see the neon lights of the big screens and advertisements that light up the area.


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  • Where to Park When You Visit Lincoln Square

    Parking in NYC can be a challenge, whether you’re a resident or visiting from out of town. To avoid the hassle of looping block after block looking for a parking space, reserving parking in advance is recommended. With a reserved spot, you can feel confident that you are getting a good price while knowing you will be able to leave your car and get on with your plans without losing valuable time to hunting for a space.


    If you’re visiting the Lincoln Square area, Champion Parking recommends three different parking garages. One garage is at 320 West 57th Street, another is at 80 Central Park West, and the third is at 2109 Broadway. From each of these locations, you can easily access Lincoln Square while knowing your car is secure in one of our discount parking facilities.


    Take the hassle out of parking in NYC with Champion Parking. We have garages and lots all over the city so parking is always convenient. Learn more by calling (212) 308-5959.