Plan Your Visit

2015 Show House

Address & Hours

125 East 65th Street

New York, NY 10065 

Between Park & Lexington Avenues

Show House & Shop Hours:

Monday - Saturday 11am - 5pm

Tuesday & Thursday 11am - 8pm

Sunday Noon - 5pm

Admission - $40, includes journal

  • Tickets may be purchased at the door on the day of your visit.
  • Tickets to tour the Show House are $40.
  • No entry 1/2 hour before closing
  • No children under the age of 6 (including infants)
  • No pets allowed


112 E 65th St

(btwn Park & Lexington Avenues)

(646) 556-7342



124 E 63rd St,

(btwn Park & Lexington Avenues)

Phone:(212) 838-2720


Garage Management Company

124 E 63rd St

(btwn Park & Lexington Avenues)

 (212) 838-2720

Valet Parking Service

222 E 65th St

(btwn 2nd & 3rd Avenues)

(212) 758-8413


Icon Parking

210 E 65th St

(btwn 2nd & 3rd  Avenues)

(212) 319-1485



            Subway line to 68TH ST - HUNTER COLLEGE STATION

        Subway line to 59ST LEXINGTON AVENUE STATION

                     Subway line to Lexington/59TH STREET

                     Subway line to 5th AVENUE/59th STREET

        Subway line to LEXINGTON AVENUE/63RD STREET



   M1, M3 & M4  

           Traveling north along Madison Ave. take bus to Madison Ave. and 66th St.

           Traveling south along 5th Ave. take the bus to 5th Ave. and 65th St.



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Tavern62 by David Burke

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eat here now

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New York, NY 10021

Phone number (212) 751-0724T

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New York, New York 10065


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Freds at Barneys

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New York, NY 10065

(212) 833-2200

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Il Mulino

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New York, NY 10065

(646) 762-2209

Great coffee, relaxed atmosphere, great service - I have been to others but this one had a comfort and ease I hadn't found elsewhere. Thank you for a lovely mini-vacation breakfast!


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(212) 751-6622

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Upper East Side

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212 572-0984

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(212) 751-6622

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