SoHo is best known for it's cast-iron fire escapes, art galleries, cobblestone streets, restaurants, bars, upscale boutiques, and architect.
In 2010, SoHo was listed on the National Registry of Historical Places, and was also declared a National Historic Landmark in the late 70's.
It's collection of cast-iron homes and buildings are appealing and attractive. Many people, who enter these establishments are in awe- when they see the curved window frames, large windows, high ceilings, spectacular supporting columns, and other features that architects designed.
People flock to SoHo for many reasons, art galleries, hotels, Chelsea Market, shopping, sidewalk seating restaurants, sidewalk tables with- jewelry, purses, hats and more, concerts, entertainment, beer gardens, SoHo Playhouse, or have a cocktail at one of the boutique hotels. There is even the Drawing Center, which is the only U.S. focused exhibition of drawings, both contemporary and historical to visit. It was established in 1977, to provide opportunities for emerging artist.
SoHo is a historical place, where people are fascinated by the E.V. Haughwout Building at Broadway and Broom Street- which is a cast-iron wonder, Greene Street wonderful architect, and the beauty of SoHo's Historic District, which is an amazing site to see.
SoHo is located in lower Manhattan, and has an abundance of history, art, sophisticated architect, shopping, commerce, entertainment, Chelsea Market, amazing views, which beckons visitors to keep returning.
Relax in the passenger seats of a luxury motorcoach while a professional tour guide provides you with an insight to the city as the coach cruises alongside hotspots such the Museum Mile, Greenwich Village, and Central Park.