Belying its reputation as solely a place for a night on the town, Murray Hill about checks all the boxes a neighborhood can. Timeless appeal abounds, be it the eponymous historic district, the Romanesque Revival brick stables on Sniffen Court, or the main building of the Morgan Library & Museum with its exquisite exterior and intricate interior. Right outside Murray Hill’s borders are multiple landmarks integral to NYC’s character, including the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, and the United Nations Headquarters. Should you need to get to points even farther away, Grand Central can take you across the city and as far as the Hudson Valley or Connecticut via Metro-North. Additionally, the ferry at the East 34th Street terminal offers a truly scenic route around the city. And yes, if there’s an occasion for going out in the evening, you’ll never want for choices among Murray Hill’s streets and avenues.