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Millenium Hilton
55 Church Street, New York, New York, USA 10007
Tel:  1-212-693-2001   Fax:  1-212-571-2316  

Experience Lower Manhattan, New York and the Millenium Hilton in the heart of Downtown, New York!
Stay in downtown New York City and discover the history and local culture of New York City!, Lower Manhattan is filled with must see landmarks such as Statue of Liberty, St. Paul's Chapel where George Washington used to worship, and the Fraunces Tavern Museum where he gave his farewell address to the Continental Army.  Visit the World Trade Center Memorial across the street from the Millenium to remember and honor the nearly 3,000 women, men and children who perished on 9/11. Please reserve your 911/Memorial Visitors Pass at 


  • 9/11 Memorial Museum - 370 FT
  • American Indian Museum - .5 miles
  • Ellis Island Immigration Museum - 1.8 miles
  • Fraunces Tavern Museum - .5 miles
  • Museum of Jewish Heritage - .5 miles
  • Skyscraper Museum - .6 miles
  • World Trade Center Tribute Museum - .2 miles
Not quite the history buff? Downtown New York City has plenty of attractions and things to do. Take a picture with the famed Charging Bull, visit one of the many museums or stroll across the scenic Brooklyn Bridge and grab a slice of pizza at the famous Grimaldi's Pizzeria. The Millenium Hilton is Steps from Century 21, Soho, Tribeca, Chinatown, Wall Street, South Street Seaport, Brooklyn Bridge, Battery Park City Promenade, Staten Island Ferry and more!  

Manhattan Neighborhoods near the Millenium Hilton:
Lower Manhattan:  center of business and government of the City of New York and home to the Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve, the Supreme, Federal, State and District Courts in New York City.

Tribeca - The neighborhood is home of the Tribeca Film Festival.  "Triangle Below Canal Street", and is properly bounded by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and Vesey Street.

Greenwich Village - also known as the Village is a largely residential neighborhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan in New York City, with a variety of bars, clubs, restaurants and boutiques.

Soho à trendy neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City, known for the location of many artists' lofts and art galleries, and a variety of stores and shops ranging from trendy boutiques to outlets of upscale national and international chain stores

Chinatown – where you can shop at eat and find bargains, the main shopping street is Canal Street where you have a variety of products, Dim Sum Restaurants, or true Chinese Cuisine.

And when your legs are tired from the day, relax in our hotel's indoor pool and sauna. Whatever your idea of leisure might be, you can find it all within steps of our New York hotel.  
New York City Landmarks near the Millenium Hilton:
Statue of Liberty - gift of friendship from the people of France as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. The crown has re-opened for tours! - .08 miles

South Street Seaport - shopping, restaurants, Taxi Beach in summer, ice skating in winter, farmers market. - .4 miles

Battery Park - Eternal Flame (to memorialize the victims of 9/11), food vendors, biking, rollerblading. - .03 miles

Governors Island - convert venue, ride bikes, see art exhibitions and installations, picnic, take a tour, play artist designed miniature golf, and more. - 3.5 miles

Staten Island Ferry - free ride across New York Harbor - great way to see Manhattan skyline, famous bridges and Statue of Liberty - 3.6 miles

Brooklyn Bridge - walk across this famous bridge that once held the title for the longest suspension bridge. - .6 miles

Grimaldi's Pizzeria - Enjoy a slice of pizza at America's first Pizzeria. - 1.1 miles

New York Stock Exchange - tour this legendary venue - .3 miles

Wall Street's Charging Bull -the unofficial symbol of Wall Street - .2 miles

St. Paul's Chapel - George Washington worshiped during inauguration day, withstood World Trade Center Attacks - 365 FT

Trinity Church - oldest Anglican church in America - .2 miles

New York University - Founded in 1831 New York University is now one of the largest private universities in the United States and it includes thirteen schools, colleges, and divisions at five major centers in Manhattan.