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I was in the area and knew about this location from people who had been. As a big Friends fan I had to check it out. Very easy to find and the area was really quiet too so I managed to get a few photos...More
To be honest, there isn't much to see or do here. However if you're a fan of the show it's a cool thing to check off the bucket list.
What I enjoyed the most about this experience was the walking through the neighborhood and really...More
A visit to New York isn’t complete without a visit to the Friends Apartment on Grove Street. Situated in the West Village, it’s a perfect photo opportunity. The surrounding area/buildings are picturesque too so it’s worth a walk around
Located at 90 Bedford Street (Greenwich Village, New York City) this building is known to all of you who love Friends TV series. It appears in the opening credits of the show and in many episodes.
Yes, Monica lived there! But hey, only on the...More
I am a bit confused about this building! Not sure what to think, although I am a fan of the TV show Friends. This is another building just like any other anywhere. I could not see whats so special about the venue. I've been to...More
During my 10 months Sojourn in New York City , this was in my must visit list. Not only did I visit this place, I used to take all my friends and kins visiting NYC, to this iconic building. Though we can just visit this...More
New York City has lots of landmark buildings where diehard tourists simply stop in, take a picture and move on. The Friends Apartment Building is one of them.
Simply just the front corner where I already came across a lot of tourists taking pictures and...More
We booked a 3 hour food and culture tour of Greenwich Village via “Foods Of NY Tours” and Colleen, our guide took us to the Friends Building as part of our walk. We had this down as something to see (my daughter is obsessed with...More
Commonly known as “the Village” to New Yorkers, it was here in Greenwich Village that both 1960’s counter culture and the LGBT movement were born. Famous for its bohemian past, head to Washington Square Park to get a feel for this diverse and energetic neighbourhood. You’ll find NYU students, street performers, skateboarders, kids frolicking in the fountain, and locals relaxing and playing chess.
Stroll the streets to discover a mix of majestic town homes and hidden bars and restaurants that give this neighbourhood an old-school residential feel. When the sun goes down, check out one of the famous jazz or comedy clubs that still packs them in every night.
I agree with other comments although we walked down 5th avenue as we were going to Brandy Melville anyway so we carried on to Washington Square park and then through Grenwich Village. There was a market on the day we went... More
I agree with other comments although we walked down 5th avenue as we were going to Brandy Melville anyway so we carried on to Washington Square park and then through Grenwich Village. There was a market on the day we went so was nice to wander through and there are lots of nice cafes in the area. We found it a nice morning to escape the hustle of the city and being massive Friends fans, the bonus was seeing that iconic building featured so much in the shows (despite not actually being filmed there). Hope you enjoy!