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Chelsea Market

Chelsea Market

Free admission
75 9th Ave, New York, NY, 10011

The Basics

Chelsea Market is an ideal spot for a browse and a wander, with an eclectic range of food purveyors, sit-down restaurants, and shops to explore. While exploring, admire the market’s tasteful redevelopment, which incorporated aspects of the building’s industrial heritage, such as exposed piping and metalwork, into the design.

Visitors can explore Chelsea Market on walking tours of Lower Manhattan, which typically focus on neighborhoods such as Chelsea, the Meatpacking District, Greenwich Village, the West Village, and SoHo. The market also features as a stop-off on tours of New York’s High Line, an elevated park set on a old railway track; NYC food tours; and sightseeing coach tours, which cover attractions in Uptown, Midtown, and Lower Manhattan.

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Chelsea Market and High Line Food Tour
Chelsea Market and High Line Food Tour
star-4.5
$60.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
perfect way to explore
We had a wonderful time doing the Chelsea Market tour and High Line. The food is amazing. esp. the pizza! Enough food for an amazing lunch. Our tour guide was super knowledgeable and friendly and taught us a ton about the history of the area. It was a perfect NYC activity with free time to shop and explore on our own at the end. Highly recommended.
Jaclyn_C, Nov 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in New York City

star-4
New discoveries in Chelsea area.
Donald_W, Nov 2021
Semi-Private Meatpacking District, Chelsea Market, and High Line Walking Tour
Christine was very pleasant and personable. We had a small group so it was easy to hear and questions could be addressed. It was our first introduction to the Highline which we had heard of and the Chelsea Market was an interesting experience to visit. We also walked to see where and what the "Little Island" (park)was.
star-5
perfect way to explore
Jaclyn_C, Nov 2021
Chelsea Market and High Line Food Tour
We had a wonderful time doing the Chelsea Market tour and High Line. The food is amazing. esp. the pizza! Enough food for an amazing lunch. Our tour guide was super knowledgeable and friendly and taught us a ton about the history of the area. It was a perfect NYC activity with free time to shop and explore on our own at the end. Highly recommended.
star-5
Great time!
Jen_G, Nov 2021
Chelsea Market and High Line Food Tour
Grear time! Very educational !abs we tried foods we wouldn’t normally buy. Loved learning about the buildings especially the newer ones ! Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
star-4
‘Twas Good
Lorraine_S, Oct 2021
Semi-Private Meatpacking District, Chelsea Market, and High Line Walking Tour
Very pleasant and fun tour guide! She was patient, knowledgeable and informative! We had a great time!
star-5
Great food tour of Chelsea Market
Julie_L, Nov 2021
Chelsea Market and High Line Food Tour
Great to hear the history of Chelsea market and walk the high line. Our tour guide Jesse did a great job and made sure diet restrictions were accommodated.
star-5
Informative and fun
Troy_D, Aug 2019
Private Meatpacking District, Chelsea Market, and The Highline Walking Tour
Chelsea Market is a must see! Joel was an exceptional tour guide. He was very knowledgable and answered all questions. He offered to alter the tour to spend extra time doing things of interest to us. Highly recommend!
star-5
Seeing that the Chelsea...
Bruce_B, Nov 2021
Chelsea Market and High Line Food Tour
Seeing that the Chelsea Market was the Orginal National Biscuit Company as we saw this on the History channel and awesome to see in person
star-5
Excellent tour
Oskar_M, Feb 2020
Private Meatpacking District, Chelsea Market, and The Highline Walking Tour
Very nice tour held by Liam. Great to hear about the historical background of the area and to learn this area. Really nice tour, you wont regret it.
star-5
Great tour
Cassandra_S, Nov 2021
Chelsea Market and High Line Food Tour
Loved everything. Best tour I have ever been on. Jesse was funny and informative. My whole family enjoyed it. Will do again
star-5
Must try!!!
Mia_M, Sep 2021
Chelsea Market and High Line Food Tour
This tour was fantastic!! The Chelsea Market can be so overwhelming with all of the different eateries to decide from so this tour is a great place to start! On top of that you’ll be able to hear the wonderful history on everything which will only solidify why NYC is amazing! You gotta try this tour! :)
star-5
Chelsea Market
Andrea_B, Jun 2021
Semi-Private Meatpacking District, Chelsea Market, and High Line Walking Tour
This was a fabulous tour of places in the city that maybe a little less recognized. We truly enjoyed the tour.
star-5
Excellent
Anne_S, Jul 2021
Chelsea Market and High Line Food Tour
Our guide was great! Learned history of the area and foods. Chelsea Market interesting. Food fun and tasty. Will go back. Hudson Yards upscale…very

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Chelsea Market is a must for foodies hoping to sample some of NYC’s finest food vendors.

  • Restrooms can be found in the market.

  • Most vendors in the market accept credit cards.

  • Chelsea Market is wheelchair accessible, with accessible entrances at both Ninth Avenue and 10th Avenue.

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How to Get There

Chelsea Market is situated on Ninth Avenue, between 15th and 16th streets, in New York’s Meatpacking District. The subway stop 14th Street/8th Avenue, which is served by the A, E, and L trains, is just a 5-minute walk from the market’s Ninth Avenue entrance.

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When to Get There

Arrive hungry as food is the market’s main attraction. The market is busiest during lunchtime (around 12pm–3pm), so come in early morning or evening to avoid the longest lines.

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What to Eat, Drink, and Buy at Chelsea Market

Eating at Chelsea Market is a real treat, with a seemingly endless array of snack, dining, and food shopping options. Longstanding market favorites include Ninth Street Espresso, a coffee aficionado’s paradise, and the Lobster Place, a fish market known for its Maine lobster rolls and raw bar stocked with fresh-from-the-ocean delights. The Filling Station sells all-natural oils, vinegars, and salts, which customers are encouraged to take home using reusable bottles and jars.

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