About The Fair
125 West 18
New York, NY 10011
The fair is open to the public from 12 pm-6pm on Sunday, November 24, 2019.
Representatives may begin setting up at 8 AM and must be finished setting up by 11 am.
Booth should not be taken down until after 6 pm.
The following subway lines have stops near to Metropolitan Pavilion. Visit New York City Transit / MTA for service status, transport-related apps, and more, as well as standard subway and bus route maps.
The No. 1 train; from the 18th St. stop, walk east to 125 W. 18th St.,
The No. 2 or 3 train; from the 14th St. stop, walk uptown (north) to 18th St. and 7th Avenue; turn right onto 18th St., and proceed east to 125 W. 18th St.
The A, C, or E train; from the 14th St. stop, walk uptown (north) on 8th Avenue to 18th St.; turn right onto 18th St., then, crossing over 7th Avenue, proceed to 125 W. 18th St.
The M, F or L train; from the 14th St. stop, walk uptown (north) on 6th Avenue to 18th St., then turn left onto 18th St. and proceed to 125 W. 18th St.
The No. 4, 5, 6, Q, R, N, or W train; from the 14th St. stop at Union Square, walk uptown to 18th St. and then proceed west to 125 W. 18th St.
Hotels located in close proximity to the fair:
The Carlton Hotel : 212.532.4100
Dream Downtown : (Chelsea) : 212.229.2559
Eventi : 866.996.8396
Hilton New York Fashion District : 212.858.5888
Four Points by Sheraton (Chelsea): 212.627.1888
Hampton Inn (Chelsea): 212.414.1000
Holiday Inn NYC: 800.315.2621
Hotel Gansevoort: 212.206.6700
Hotel Indigo : 212.973.9000
The Marcel at Gramercy : 212.696.3800
The Standard: 212.645.4646
W Hotel (Union Square): 212.253.9119
Wyndham Garden Hotel (Chelsea): 212.243.0800
World Trade Center (enter at 1 Albany St.) (Albany St/Greenwich St)
Manhattan, NY 10006
The 9/11 Memorial, located in the heart of the World Trade Center, consists of two enormous reflecting pools set in the footprints of the Twin Towers. Each pool is approximately an acre in size, with 30-foot waterfalls cascading down all sides. Hundreds of white oak trees line the surrounding plaza. The names of 2,983 victims of the attacks of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center site, at the Pentagon and aboard Flight 93, as well as the World Trade Center bombing on February 26, 1993, are inscribed into bronze panels surrounding the pools.
Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street (5 Ave/82 st) NYC, NY 10028
Hours: Sun., Tue.–Thu., 9:30am–5:30pm; Fri.–Sat., 9:30am–9pm
Located on the border of Central Park on Museum Mile, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the largest and most comprehensive art museums in the world. With over two million works of art spanning 5,000 years, the Met presents the best of human creativity from around the globe. From the splendors of ancient Egypt, to the spectacular New American Wing, to the Met’s beloved Impressionist paintings, a world of great art awaits you at NYC’s most-visited attraction. The collection and special exhibitions are free with museum admission.
Broadway (between W.42nd and W.47th Streets) NYC, NY 10036
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350 Fifth Avenue (Corner of 5th Avenue and 34th Street), NYC, NY 10118
Take in panoramic vistas of New York City from its highest viewing point, the Empire State Building Observatory. Whether on a clear day or a starry night, this stop is a must for any visitor, which explains why its lines are equally famous. To avoid long waits, get there either very early or very late; the Observatory is open from 8am to 2am, seven days a week