Back to top
Reminder
The personal information collected is solely used for serving booking reminders. Please visit our privacy policy page to contact us to review or delete data collected.

  • Cancel
  • Lowest Rate Guarantee
  • Late Check Out - 2 PM
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Take Away Breakfast

Discover the Waterfront Fun at NYC's Historic South Street Seaport

Head to the east to discover New York City's historic waterfront destination at the Seaport District. Located along the East River at Fulton Street, the South Street Seaport was once a commercial hub and active port that has been transformed into a unique attraction, with plenty to see, do, and eat.

 

Featuring more than 450,000 square feet of activity, the historic district is home to dozens of stores, including high-end retailers and gourmet foods, museums, restaurants, and amazing views of Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge. Stop by the Fulton Stall Market for local produce, visit the South Street Seaport Museum for the rundown on the area's maritime history, or stroll along the quaint streets for pop-up shops and cafes. You'll also find one-of-a-kind culinary events and food demos, outdoor fitness classes, and street performances throughout the year. The action at South Street Seaport is less than a mile from The Frederick Hotel. 

Newyork The South Street Seaport

Details

Hours

  • Daily: 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
 

Prices

  • Varies by attraction, activity, and store
 

Events

  • Fitness Classes
  • Concerts
  • Farmer's Market
  • Wine Tastings & Cooking Classes
 

Activities

  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Sailing & Cruises
  • Ice Skating
  • Photography
  • Museums
 

Map/Directions

 

FAQs

  • How do I get to the South Street Seaport / Seaport District?

    Getting to the seaport from Lower Manhattan is easy via the free Downtown Connection bus, which offers service from Chambers Street and West Broadway, steps from The Frederick Hotel, to Fulton Street and the Seaport District. The bus is also a great way to check out the sights of Lower Manhattan, with stops along the Hudson River, New York Harbor, and the East River.
  • Can I take a cruise from the South Street Seaport?

    Yes! Water taxi rides and cruises are one of the more popular tourist attractions and fun ways to see NYC landmarks. Taking off from Pier 16, a number of companies offer cruises to landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and the Freedom Tower. You can also take a ferry to Brooklyn's hip DUMBO neighborhood from the pier.
 

Helpful links