Grand Central Video Series: The Campbell Apartment

New York City’s Grand Central Terminal has its very own speakeasy, but how did it come to be called “The Campbell Apartment?” In this video celebrating Grand Central Terminal on its 103rd birthday, Grand Central Terminal’s historian, Dan Brucker, takes you inside the special history of this magnificent cocktail lounge.

Grand Central Terminal is the world’s largest train terminal located in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. On average, 750,000 people travel through Grand Central Terminal every day, thousands of which just stop in to admire the iconic landmark. The Terminal turned 103 years old Feb. 2 and, if you do the math, that’s a lot of people who have passed through the storied building and taken in its beauty, history and even its secrets.

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Janna Graber is an award-winning American travel journalist and current editor of Go World Travel Magazine. Since moving to Austria at age 19 for college, she's been in love with world travel, and has covered destinations around the globe for more than 55 newspapers, magazines and websites. She's the author of three travel anthology books, including "A Pink Suitecase: 22 Tales of Women's Travel".
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