The original subway station, and quite a marvel to witness--the chandeliers and ornate tiling are a sharp contrast to the nearby Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall station

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City Hall Station, New York

The original subway station, and quite a marvel to witness--the chandeliers and ornate tiling are a sharp contrast to the nearby Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall station.

The original subway station, and quite a marvel to witness--the chandeliers and ornate tiling are a sharp contrast to the nearby Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall station. There's one catch, though: it's been closed since 1945. However, you can see it by staying on the downtown 6 train after its last stop Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall; it will turn around in the old station. This is the one place in the system where this is allowed, and the announcements reflect that. The Transit Museum (in Downtown Brooklyn) offers occasional tours as well, which allow you to actually walk around the station, but you must be a member and a US citizen, making this an impractical choice for many visitors.


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About City Hall Station

 City Hall, New York, NY 10007, USA

City Hall Station and Nearby Sights on Map

New York City Hall

On a triangular city block between Broadway, Park Row and Chambers Street sits City Hall, a gorgeous gleaming white building completed in 1812 and still serves as the home of certain city government functions, such as the office of the mayor

Kinky Boots on Broadway

Majestic Theatre

Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella

The Phantom of the Opera

Woolworth Building

One of the oldest and most famous of New York's skyscrapers (dubbed the 'Cathedral of Commerce'), the neo-Gothic Woolworth Building was completed in 1913 and was the world's tallest building until 1930

Rock of Ages A New Musical

The Book of Mormon

St Paul's Chapel

Built in 1776, the chapel is an active part of the Parish of Trinity Church and is Manhattan's oldest public building in continuous use

Manhattan Municipal Building

With New York City growing and not enough space in the City Hall building, this 40-story structure was built to meet the space demands of the city government