New York's Grand Central Terminal Turns 100 Years Old
(NEW YORK) -- New York’s landmark Grand Central Terminal turns 100 years old Friday.
Grand Central is one of the world's most popular destinations and the backdrop for many famous films and TV shows.
As part of Friday's festivities, businesses at Grand Central are rolling back to 1913 prices: 19 cents for a slice of cheesecake and 75 cent cocktails.
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