Murray Hill is a residential district along the East River in Midtown, Manhattan. Being just south of the United Nations, it’s the home of several consulates and UN missions. It’s is the home of the Morgan Library.
The American Copper Buildings among the row of skyscrapers along the waterfront are quite striking. The bars along Lexington and Third Avenues are popular on weekends.
Latin Things To Do in Murray Hill
NYICFF 2023 New York International Children’s Film Festival is Live Again With Great Latin Films
March 3-19, 2023
Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island
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Veterans Day Parade NYC 2022 Marches Up Fifth Avenue
Friday, November 11, 2022
Chelsea | Nomad
Garment District | Murray Hill
Midtown | Midtown East
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Mexican Parade NYC 2022 Celebrates Mexican Independence Day
Sunday, September 18, 2022
Murray Hill to NoMad
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The Mexican Parade NYC 2021 Brings Chinelos to Murray Hill!
Murray Hill, Manhattan
Sunday, September 19, 2021
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The 103rd Veterans Day Parade NYC 2022 marches up Fifth Avenue from 26th to 47th St through Chelsea / Nomad, the Garment District / Murray Hill, and Midtown Manhattan / Midtown East, on Veterans Day, Friday, November 11, 2022 from 12:30 – 3pm. It’s broadcast on WABC 7. Free. 🇺🇸
The 28th Mexican Parade NYC 2022 marches proudly down Madison Avenue from 38th to 26th St through Murray Hill and Kips Bay to NoMad on Sunday, September 18, 2022 from 11am – 2pm. Free. 🇲🇽
Latin Culture in Murray Hill
Morgan Library & Museum
The Morgan Library & Museum houses J.P. Morgan’s collection of historic manuscripts, early books, and…
Murray Hill Waterfront
The American Copper Buildings (2017) are striking architecture. They were designed by SHoP Architects. SHoP also designed the Steinway Tower (2020) at 111 West 57th St and Brooklyn’s first supertall at 9 DeKalb Avenue in Downtown, Brooklyn.