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Built in 1832 by milliner Joseph Brewster, this Greek revival row house (with a late-Federal exterior) is the only 19th-century home in Manhattan with its original furnishings intact.
The Eldridge Street Synagogue (1887) was the first grand synagogue built in the United States by Eastern European Jews.
While coastal lighthouses are nearly obsolete today, they once played a major role in ensuring maritime safety.
The Harbor Conservancy was founded in 2005 to connect New York City residents and tourists with the city, state and federal parks that ring the harbor.
The Police Museum collects, preserves and interprets objects related to the history of the New York Police Department (NYPD) and provides information about the department's history through exhibiti
The Noble Maritime Collection is a museum and study center dedicated to celebrating New York Harbor and the work of American artist, John A.
Prospect Park is one of the finest creations of the landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, whose other notable achievements include Central Park, the National Zoo in Was
Since opening in 1932 as part of Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall has served as a symbol of New York City's dedication to live performance.
An Episcopal church, St. Paul's Chapel was built in 1766 and is the oldest continuously used building in New York City. George Washington worshipped here on his inauguration day on April 30, 1789.
Named after the Beatles song Strawberry Fields Forever, this two-and-a-half-acre landscaped garden in Central Park is a memorial to John Lennon, a long-time resident of New York City.