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Personally, I found the Oculus to be amazing in size, design, inside and outside, and significance. I really liked the architecture of it and could have stayed outside and looked at it for quite a while. Inside it’s huge and beautifully organized. It was quite...More
I went to see the Oculus on the recommendation of my son in law while visiting New York. The subway stop is just one block away & the oculus is visible as soon as one emerges from the station. From the outside the structure looks...More
Definitely one of the most unique architectural design in New York city. The fact that the subway also stops there makes this a very convenient spot to go for lunch and do some shopping. It does get extremely overcrowded at times with multiple large groups...More
This was a WOW! The shops were great! But for me it was all about the design! I was totally amazed by it! And having the freedom tower in the back round was just another thing to say WOW! Well worth the visit!
This gigantic railway / shopping center complex is not only beautiful, but also has lots of references to classical church architecture - e.g. on 9/11 the sunbeams will create a certain pattern on the ground. Typical Calatrava elements blended with the special significance of this...More
Worth the trip downtown to see this magnificent structure. It is both a crossroads for transit (subways etc) and a big shopping mall. Give it 45 min unless you really like to shop every store and pop-up.
Easiest, cheapest, and convenient is the NYC subway. Go to 50th Street Station and take the E subway downtown to World Trade Center Station. Use exit-Church St & Vessey St or you might want to exit from right under it!