Stonewall National Monument

Stonewall National Monument Stonewall National Monument marks the West Village location of the Stonewall riots of June 28, 1969, which were considered the beginning of the modern LGBT rights movement in the U.S. The monument includes Christopher Park and the block...

Visit the Chrysler Building Lobby

The Chrysler Building’s Art Deco Lobby Most people are familiar with the exterior of the Chrysler Building, with its Art Deco design and iconic terraced crown and spire, but did you know that the building’s lobby is also an Art Deco gem? The lobby is the...

Central Park Conservatory Garden

Central Park’s Formal Garden The Conservatory Garden in the northern portionĀ of Central Park is the park’s most formal garden space. The Conservatory Garden is six acres of formal gardens planted in three styles – Italian, French, and English. Each...

Visit Belvedere Castle

Belvedere Castle in Central Park Climb to the top of Belvedere Castle for some great views of Central Park and the surrounding city. Belvedere Castle isn’t really a castle, but rather a small ornate structure built to add to the Central Park scenery. The...

African Burial Ground National Monument

The African Burial Ground National Monument marks the Lower Manhattan location of a burial ground where enslaved and free Africans were buried during a time period from the 1690s to 1794. The burial ground was located outside the boundaries of the early settlement of...

The Red Cube

The Red Cube is an iconic public sculpture piece located in Lower Manhattan at Broadway and Liberty Street. Although the sculpture is titled “Red Cube” and appears to be a cube, it’s actually not a quite a cube. The shape is stretched out along one...

Federal Hall National Memorial

Federal Hall The Federal Hall National Memorial marks the site which served as the first capital of the United States and where George Washington was inaugurated as President of the United States. The monument is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday...