What to do in SoHo
Once a thriving artistic community, SoHo New York is now a trendy neighborhood bounded by Houston Street, Lafayette Street/Centre Street, Canal Street, and West Broadway. Many of the best restaurants and boutique shops in downtown New York City can be found in SoHo, just minutes from Sheraton Tribeca New York Hotel.
Discover what to do in SoHo below, and begin planning your trip to Sheraton Tribeca New York Hotel today.
What to do in SoHo
- St. Patrick's Old Cathedral - 263 Mulberry Street
- Guggenheim Museum SoHo - 575 Broadway
- New Museum of Contemporary Art - 235 Bowery
- Museum of Comic & Cartoon Art - 594 Broadway
- New York City Fire Museum - 278 Spring Street
- The New York Earth Room - 141 Wooster Street
- Children's Museum of the Arts - 182 Lafayette Street
- The Drawing Center - 35 Wooster Street
- SoHo Antiques Fair (9am-5pm Saturday & Sundays only) - Broadway& Grand Street
- Bowery Ballroom - 6 Delancey Street
- City Winery - 155 Varick Street
- Bloomingdales SoHo - 504 Broadway
- DASH - 119 Spring Street
- Maserati of Manhattan - 1 York Street
- Ducati Triumph NY - 155 Avenue Of The Americas
Local Neighborhoods near SoHo
- Tribeca: 0.1 miles - Filled with trendy galleries, distinctive restaurants, great shopping, and some of the city's top real estate, Tribeca is a place worth exploring. Learn more about what to do in Tribeca near our hotel.
- Chinatown: 0.4 miles - The streets of Chinatown are great for wandering. Explore the local stores selling Asian goods and groceries and stop in to try some of the best restaurants specializing in Dim Sum and Cantonese cuisine.
- Little Italy: 0.5 miles - Expanding about 4 city blocks, check out the many Italian restaurants, imported Italian grocery stores and the old St. Patrick's Cathedral. Make to sure to experience Little Italy during the San Gennaro festival every September.
- Greenwich Village: 1 mile - When you've had enough of Manhattan's skyscrapers and bustling crowds, head to Greenwich Village and enjoy a quieter, calmer atmosphere. Explore the many independently owned shops, restaurants and secret gardens nestled between townhouses.