Chelsea Market


Mon-Sun, 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Available Tours
  • High Line and Chelsea Districts Walking Tour in New York
  • Market 57 Chelsea Food Tour with Ahoy New York Food Tours
  • 2-hour New York City Lunch Cruise

Street-level, double-door entrances with handicap-assist push buttons are located on 9th and 10th Avenues.  The 10th Avenue entrance has a ramp once you are inside. Very large, multi-stall restrooms, with two handicapped stalls, and baby-changing facilities are located on the lower level.

Discover a culinary oasis at Chelsea Market. Explore a mix of food vendors, boutiques, and cultural experiences under one iconic roof.


75, West 9th Street, New York, New York, 10011

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(212) 652 2121

Getting There

By Subway – A, C, E, or L train to the 14th Street (8th Avenue) station. Walk West to Ninth Avenue and 15th Street.

By Bus – Take the M11 bus down Ninth Avenue and get out between 15th and 16th Streets.


75, West 9th Street, New York, New York, 10011

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In the heart of Manhattan’s vibrant Chelsea neighborhood, Chelsea Market is a beacon of culinary excellence and cultural diversity. This historic landmark, occupying an entire city block, seamlessly combines the charm of its industrial past with the energy of its present-day culinary scene.

Originally built in the late 19th century as a National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) factory, Chelsea Market retains much of its original architecture, with its exposed brick walls, steel beams, and high ceilings exuding an unmistakable industrial charm. However, within these historic walls lies a bustling marketplace that has evolved into a food lover’s paradise.


Culinary Diversity at Chelsea Market

Chelsea Market, which spans over 1.1 million square feet, is home to an eclectic mix of exhibitors, including artisanal bakeries and chocolatiers, gourmet delicatessens, and international cuisines. Visitors can enjoy a variety of gastronomic pleasures, including freshly shucked oysters at Lobster Place and delectable pastries at Amy’s Bread.


Specialty Treasures

The well-known food hall, where patrons may savor various cuisines from Mexican street tacos and Japanese ramen to Italian paninis and Middle Eastern falafel, is one of the market’s gems. The food hall offers a fully immersive dining experience that encapsulates the spirit of New York City’s culinary diversity, complete with communal seating spaces and a bustling environment.

Chelsea Market is home to a wide range of specialty stores that sell anything from handcrafted goods and vintage apparel to artisanal cheeses and spices. This is in addition to its gastronomic options. The market’s winding aisles are guaranteed to include something exceptional, whether you’re looking for unusual mementos or fine ingredients for your next culinary creation.


The Excitement in Chelsea Market

Apart from its well-known food offerings and unique shopping experiences, Chelsea Market is a thriving cultural hub constantly bustling with a wide range of events. Discovering new and fascinating things is guaranteed by the market, whether you’re drawn to immersive culinary festivals, compelling cooking demos, or dynamic live performances.

You’re welcome to immerse yourself in a world where creative expression and fine cuisine collide with every visit, guaranteeing a once-in-a-lifetime experience.


Experience Chelsea Market for Yourself

Chelsea Market is a vivid tapestry of ethnicities, cuisines, and experiences coming together in one busy center that perfectly captures the spirit of New York City. Experience an incredible journey through the center of one of the world’s most renowned culinary attractions with a visit to Chelsea Market, regardless of whether you are an experienced local food fan or an intrepid tourist.

From distinctive stores to specialty restaurants, every part of this famous city gives a window into its vibrant culture.



  • Culinary Hub: From artisanal pastries to international cuisine, Chelsea Market has a variety of eating alternatives.
  • Lively Vibe: Take in Chelsea Market’s vibrant atmosphere as residents and tourists interact.
  • Shopping for the Unique: Visit boutiques that have upscale foods and stylish clothing.
  • Historic Gem: Chelsea Market skillfully blends history with contemporary attractions, all housed in a former Nabisco factory.
From $60

Frequently Asked Questions

There are 2 parking lots adjacent to the market, both with entrances on West 15th Street.

Because of its handcrafted goods, varied culinary options, and historic location, Chelsea Market in New York City is a destination worth seeing. It has a range of restaurants that provide anything from cakes to sushi. Fresh fruit, unusual handcrafted items, and specific ingredients are also available. For those who enjoy good cuisine and want to experience New York’s culinary culture in a lively setting, this place is a must-visit.

The multiple floors have lots of interesting shops to see, but note that the interior can be crowded on busy weekends. Visiting on a weekday may be a better option.