161st Street and River Ave, New York, NY 10451 The historic "House that Ruth Built," which dates from the Roaring '20s, has been the stage for some of the game's greatest performers and singular events: Lou Gehrig's famous retirement speech and the on-field exploits the Babe, Joe DiMaggio and M & M Boys, Mr. October and the heroes of today.
233 Broadway, New York, NYThe building, designed and built by Cass Gilbert, was known as the "Cathedral of Commerce" for several years due to its ornamental gargoyles, flying buttresses, and ornate lobby. Learn More
3 United Nations Plz, New York, NY 10017-4414 An approach from Grand Central offers the best view of this immense complex a place where the representatives of more than 185 nations join together in an effort to preserve international security and promote worldwide peace.
30 Rockefeller Plz, Rockefeller Center, 70th fl, New York, NY 10012 The multi-tiered platform occupies the 67th to 70th floors, and encased in glass, it affords a spectacular vista of Central Park, the Empire State Building, Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, and much more.
455 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10022 The Villard Houses were once six individual mansions, whose unique design was inspired by Rome's Palazzo della Cancelleria.
99 Margaret Corbin Dr, Fort Tryon Park, New York, NY 10040-7503 Home to the Metropolitan Museum of Art's medieval collection, this North Manhattan museum resembles an Old World monastery.
New York Harbor, New York, NY 10004 These two sights represent freedom for millions of people, and the Statue of Liberty, a 450,000 pound gift from the people of France, is a must-see for anyone visiting the Big Apple.
209 Broadway, New York, NY 10007-2977 Under the proprietorship of Trinity Church, St. Paul's is the oldest church on Manhattan Island.
Fulton & South Sts, Pier 17, New York, NY 10038-2101 The South Street Seaport, a neat collection of pedestrian malls, shops, cafés and galleries, offers visitors a glimpse into New York's maritime past.
87 E 42nd St, at Park Ave, New York, NY 10017 Grand Central Terminal is a magnificent example of art meeting functionality. Visible on the south side of 42nd Street is a grand beaux arts façade with three high arched windows separated by pairs of fluted columns.
54 Pearl St, New York, NY 10004-2429 The Fraunces was the site of the launching of the New York Tea Party and the founding of the New York City Yacht Club.
Fort Washington Ave, at Margaret Corbin Cir, New York, NY 10040The 60-plus acre park surrounding historic Fort Tryon, one of the last strongholds to resist the British invasion of New York in 1776, offers spectacular views of the Hudson River and the George Washington Bridge. Learn More
26 Wall St, New York, NY 10005 The Federal Hall was the site of the swearing-in of George Washington as the country's first President on April 30, 1789.
350 5th Ave, at 34th St, New York, NY 10118 One of the world's most famous skyscrapers is easily recognized by its strong, slender ascent into the NY sky. The building opened in 1931 at a cost of $41 million after about a year of construction, making it the fastest development of any major skyscraper (4.5 stories per week).
2460 Grand Concourse, Poe Park, New York, NY 10458 The last home of America's first, and perhaps greatest, gothic writer, this Colonial-style cottage is located in an area that was once known as Fordham Park.
Broadway at W 116th St, Visitor's Center, New York, NY 10027 Columbia is the oldest university in New York and one of the oldest in the United States.
405 Lexington Ave, between 42nd and 43rd Sts, New York, NY 10174 This Art Deco masterpiece briefly held the title of world's tallest building for some few months before the completion of the Empire State Building in 1931.
New York, NY 10038Spanning from the South Street Seaport to Brooklyn Heights, the famous Brooklyn Bridge has ushered New Yorkers across the East River since 1883. Learn More
253 W 125th St, between 7th and 8th Ave, Harlem, NY 10027-4408 Home of the famous "Showtime" and "Amateur Night at the Apollo," this theater has a very rich history of bringing some of the most talented African-American performers to the stage.
W 249th St & Independence Ave, Bronx, NY 10471 In the mid-1960s, this surreal 28-acre estate, welcomed the public for the first time.
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