Audubon Terrace Historic Complex

Between West 155th and 156th Streets on Broadway you’ll find the entrance to the Audubon Terrace Historic complex. Beaux-Arts buildings surround a central plaza decorated with sculptures by Anna Hyatt Huntington. Currently home to the bilingual Boricua College, the complex also houses the Hispanic Society of America. The latter, with its collection of important Hispanic art is well worth a visit, but is undergoing extensive restoration and will be closed until some time in 2019. The Academy of Arts and Letters is open to the public however, and contains the Connecticut studio of musician Charles Ives recreated piece by piece.