From the literally hundreds of art galleries that began setting up shop in Chelsea during the 1990's, to museums of art such as the Rubin and Chelsea Art Museum, to workshops and theaters for drama and comedy, the Chelsea neighborhood simply brims with art and culture. Chelsea borders Midtown to the north and the West Village to the south and is well provided with access to subway lines and buses that facilitate speedy travel to and from the rest of the city; The A,C,E,B,D,F,N,R,Q,V and W trains all have stops in the Chelsea neighborhood.
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