Moynihan Train Hall Self-Guided Walking Tour

Janes Walk

Led By Moynihan Train Hall AND Empire State Development

We invite you to visit the most ambitious upgrade to New York City’s transportation infrastructure in decades. The $1.6 billion Moynihan Train Hall project, which opened to the public on January 1, transforms the 108-year-old Farley Building into a modern, world-class transit hub for Penn Station—an idea first promoted by the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan more than a quarter-century ago. Discover and learn about the history, art, architecture, and design as you explore the facility!
Informational brochures are available inside the four primary entries (8th Avenue at 33rd and 31st Streets, 31st Street and 33rd Street Midblock between 8th and 9th Aves).

For more in-depth information to guide your visit and a short video tour, check out the official website:
Directions and public transit information:
Note: The Train Hall is an operating major transportation hub. All visitors are required to abide by facility guidelines, including wearing masks and practicing social distancing at all times


The design of the Train Hall ensures stair-free options are provided at all four entrances, with public elevators and ramps to help visitors move around the space. For details and exact locations of elevators and ramps, please review the Train Hall Directory on the Moynihan Train Hall website. Approx. time for tour: 30-60 minutes, 0.5 to 0.75 miles.

Location Information

RSVP is required and capacity is limited. Meeting location, ending location, and directions will be provided via email before walk date.


On Demand
Less than one hour

Borough: Manhattan
Theme: Art & Architecture, History & Culture
Language: English