Patients visit Chelsea Fertility NYC from all over New York, The Tri-State Area, and around the world for superior infertility treatment and care. From our Murray Hill location, we offer fertility treatment including IVF (in vitro fertilization), IUI (artificial insemination), egg freezing, egg donation, surrogacy and other reproductive medical services.
Our Midtown fertility treatment center is right in the heart of The City That Never Sleeps. So during your visit for fertility care we encourage you to see some of the sights and sounds. Here are some of the top attractions in the Midtown, Murray Hill area:
Chelsea isn’t just a top fertility center in New York, it’s also the name of a lively neighborhood in Midtown, NYC. Chelsea is home to art galleries, renowned restaurants, the Chelsea market/flower market and of course, the High Line. The High Line traverses a formerly abandoned railroad track and offers visitors some truly impressive classic New York City views. As an elevated public park, the High Line runs from Gansevoort St to 34th St with public art, events, and entertainment often featured along the way. Also not to be missed: the Chelsea Historic District, Rubin Art Museum, Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre, the Fashion Institute of Technology and more.
Visiting the Empire State Building is an absolute NYC trip staple. Featured right in the center of Midtown, the site often features a range of exhibits in addition to the world famous observation deck. Nothing compares to the 360 degree view of the city like the sight of it all from the top of the Empire State Building. Try visiting earlier in the day (between 8AM-11AM) for a shorter wait time if you plan on making the trip up to the top.
The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
The Museum of Modern Art, also called MOMA is a much beloved New York City institution that features an immense collection of modern art – including designs, drawings, paintings, photography, sculpture and more. Located between 5th and 6th Avenue in Midtown, MOMA is highly regarded as one of the most influential modern art collections in the world. MOMA is just east of Hell’s Kitchen and The Theater District.
After your IVF treatment why not stop over on New York City’s 5th Ave. Renowned for the immense multitude of shops, restaurants and more that line the street up and down Midtown Manhattan, it runs through famous neighborhoods like Greenwich Village, Union Square and Lenox Hill. A few notable attractions on 5th Avenue in Midtown include: Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, De Beers, Godiva, Guggenheim Museum, the Jewish Museum, The New School, Tiffany, Niketown, J. Crew, and much more.
Times Square may be the most famous Midtown attraction that’s pretty much open to visitors all day, every day of the year. Times Square is of course known for its New Year’s Eve countdown celebration, but the site also hosts concert, comedy and theatre events in and around the square. Visitors can also look forward to a trip to Madame Tussauds, Ripley’s Believe It or Not and the Discovery Times Square Exhibition. Dining and shopping opportunities are also an easily accessible from the Times Square area.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met)
Visitors from all over the world travel to New York City to visit the largest art museum in the U.S. – the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met’s collection contains over two millions works of art that has continually grown since its founding in 1870. Visitors can view art from Asia, Africa, Egypt, Europe, Greece, the Middle East and more. The Met’s Costume Institute also draws large crowds with a collection of more than 35,000 accessories and costumes. A little bit uptown, The Met resides next to the swanky Upper East Side.
Going through infertility treatment can be draining. The numerous doctor visits the reproductive medical procedures and the frustrations while trying to have a baby can make you forget about the intimacy and passion you share with your partner. A visit to the Museum of Sex might be just what the doctor ordered. It’s a very interesting and unique museum with a rotation of exhibits from the Sex Lives of Animals to Sex and the Moving Image and several other tastefully presented exhibits. Located in NOMAD, it’s just hop skip and a jump from The Village and Gramercy Park.
The Flatiron District is often referred to as the “core of the big apple”. In addition to the famous Flatiron Building, the district is home to Madison Square Park, the National Museum of Mathematics, the Van Alen Institute, and numerous exciting shopping and dining locations, including Eataly Café, Harding’s, Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop, Bread & Tulips, and more.
Located next to the New York Public Library, Bryant Park is filled with an array of activities that balance relaxation and fun, something very important during IVF or fertility treatment. The grounds of Bryant Park offer those visiting Midtown a break from the city’s usual pavement hustle with greenery and a chance to unwind. The park features a reading room, chess & backgammon, ping pong, a café and grill, shopping stands and seasonal activities such as the Bank of America Winter Village.
Other Sights in New York City
Don’t forget about some of these other top attractions around Manhattan when you make an appointment for infertility treatment: