How to Visit The Vessel in Hudson Yards

Free Tickets to climb Hudson Yards’ Vessel



Hudson Yards is a new development in New York City that has been making waves since its opening in 2019. The centerpiece of the development is the Vessel, a 150-foot-tall, honeycomb-like structure made of interconnecting staircases. The Vessel is a unique and eye-catching structure that has become a popular tourist attraction.

The Vessel is made up of 154 flights of stairs, 2,500 steps, and 80 landings. Visitors can climb the stairs to get a bird’s eye view of the Hudson Yards development and the surrounding area. The Vessel also features an elevator for those who don’t want to climb the stairs.

The Vessel is open to the public and offers a variety of activities and events. Visitors can take part in guided tours, yoga classes, and even movie screenings. There are also several restaurants and bars located at the base of the Vessel, making it a great spot for a night out.

The Vessel has quickly become one of the most popular attractions in New York City. It’s a great way to experience the city from a unique perspective and take part in some fun activities. Whether you’re looking for a place to take in the views or just want to have some fun, the Vessel is definitely worth checking out.
Visits: Mon-Sun: 10:00am-9:00pm

Designed by the British designer Thomas HeatherwickVessel it’s the main feature of the 5-acre (2.0 ha) Hudson Yards Public Square.

March 15th marks the opening of the entire Hudson Yards complex, including the restaurants and food halls, Snark Park exhibit space, and the Public Squae and Gardens. The Shed will open a bit later on April 5th.