Just in time for the holidays, the "Grand Central Rewards" program is back! From Nov. 15 to Dec. 20, 2013, visitors can earn rewards for shopping in all 4 zones throughout the Terminal. Shoppers who spend $50-$150 plus at dining and retail stores in the Terminal can redeem their receipts for limited-edition Grand Central Centennial gifts.
Trains are trips. Trips are adventures. This year memorable characters from Maira Kalman's next stop grand central will be watching Lionel trains as they zip, zap and whizz through their journey from Grand Central to the North Pole!
Grand Central Terminal's 14th annual Holiday Fair, sponsored by Shaw Floors, is the only holiday market in the city to operate indoors. This season, the Fair will fill Vanderbilt Hall with 76 vendors for six weeks each offering a wonderful array of holiday gifts for all your loved ones including art, clothing for adults and children, handbags, jewelry and accessories for men and women, bath and body items, home goods, collectible toys, holiday items and gifts for pets.
The Holiday Light Show makes its return to Grand Central Terminal for its Centennial year. The show will light up the famous windows on the west side of the Main Concourse above Michael Jordan's The Steak House N.Y.C. and Cipriani Dolci this holiday season.
On Paper- Grand Central at 100, featuring the work of four noted contemporary artists working with cut paper, is the latest and last offering in a year-long series of exhibitions organized by MTA Arts for Transit and Urban Design mounted to celebrate the historic Centennial of Grand Central Terminal.
How often have people made resolutions on New Year's Eve, then a month later dropped them like the ball in Times Square? Target is here to change all of that by helping everyone reach their goal for 2014 - to get fit! Our team of warriors are spinning it up in different locales around the country and it all kicks off at Grand Central Terminal with an event everyone can get into. The harder you pedal, the better chance the C9 ball has of staying in the air.
The J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions ("ToC"), the world's largest squash spectator event, is the only sports championship hosted annually in Grand Central Terminal. Playing on the four-walled glass court under the Terminal's spectacular chandeliers is the dream of every professional squash player.