Hudson Yards Vessel Tickets

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The Vessel Tickets Price

Audults ticket €59.90
Children ticket €55.62

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OPENED: NYC Midtown Sightseeing Tour and Hudson Yards The Vessel

1. OPENED: NYC Midtown Sightseeing Tour and Hudson Yards The Vessel

clock Duration: 1 hour 30
  • The Vessel “New York’s Staircase,” 154 interconnecting flights of stairs, 2,500 individual steps and 80 landings. Built bronzed steel located in the center of Hudson Yards. This honey comb shaped 150' tall art piece can accommodate up to 1000 people at a time. Hudson Yards is a development in the West Side also known as Chelsea and Hudson...
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NOW OPEN: Hudson Yards the High Line and the New Vessel

2. NOW OPEN: Hudson Yards the High Line and the New Vessel

clock Duration: 1 hour 30
  • The High Line is a 1.45-mile-long elevated park, greenway built on a historic, elevated freight line. The High Line is a public park programmed, maintained, and operated by Friends of the High Line, in partnership with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. View art, walk through gardens, experience a performance, enjoy delicious...
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Vessel at Hudson Yards - General Admission

3. Vessel at Hudson Yards - General Admission

clock Duration: 30 to 60 m
  • The extraordinary centerpiece of Hudson Yards is its spiral staircase, a soaring new landmark meant to be climbed. This interactive artwork was imagined by Thomas Heatherwick and Heatherwick Studio as a focal point where people can enjoy new perspectives of the city and one another from different heights, angles and vantage...
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FAQs about Hudson Yards Vessel

How Do I Get to Hudson Yards Vessel?

Only a fool would step out on the streets of New York with no idea how to get their destination. In New York, trip planning is essential! Luckily, the creators of Hudson Yard have paid attention to logistics and made it as easy as possible for you to get to and from their attractions. Hudson Yards is connected to the commuter rail service, the subway, and the West Side highway.

  • The easiest way to get to Hudson Yards is to take the No. 7 subway to the dedicated Hudson Yard Station. Using the No. 7 subway you can connect to 6th, 7th, and 8th Avenues and the Lexington Avenue subway lines and from there continue your journey.
  • You can also walk to Hudson Yard and Vessel from Penn Station. It's only two blocks away!
  • The Port Authority bus terminal that links Hudson Yard with Upstate New York and New Jersey is one stop away on the No.7 subway line.
  • Finally, you can drive to Hudson Yard and Vessel via the West Side highway and Lincoln Tunnel. There are 1,800 parking spaces on site.

The Hudson Yard website has a map and more detailed information to help you plan your route.

There are dozens of New York hop-on, hop-off bus tours operating in the city. Keep an eye on these tours as they're sure to add Hudson Yards to their tour itinerary soon!

You can also get attraction tickets and rail/bus tickets at a lower price if you book through one of New York's sightseeing tour operators.



What Inspired Vessel?

The inspiration behind Vessel included a simple wooden staircase. Heatherwick saw the staircase in an abandoned building and was struck by the strangeness of a steps that led to nowhere. Heatherwick has also cited Indian Stairwells, jungle jims and Busby Berkeley musicals with lots of steps as influences.

Vessel also has a clear connection to the endless stairs images produced by Dutch artist, M.C. Escher in the 1950s and 60s. Whether you find these images beguiling or disturbing, you can't deny they're out of the ordinary. The same can be said of Vessel.

Even in its current unfinished state, Vessel looks like something from a science fiction film. Heatherwick's main goal is to lift people up above ground level to give them a view of the city that's new and fresh.

This is the power of the high line, Heatherwick says, to give a "changed perspective on the world."