Close to 30 incredible estates scattered throughout New York's Hudson River Valley, home to artists, presidents, and robber barons telling the story of the U.S.
A look at sites associated with presidents from George Washington to Barack Obama.
From plans to fill in the Hudson River and East River, to mammoth bridges and buildings, 10 of the most outrageous plans that never came to be in New York City.
The original plans for Grand Central Terminal called for the terminal to be surmounted by residential or office space in order to ensure its financial success.
Of the grand monuments in NYC, the equestrian statues reveal not only the history of NYC and the United States but also the history of other countries around the world.
Though many resist the name Avenue of the Americas for NYC's Sixth Avenue, there are many monuments and signs that recall the spirit of Pan-American friendship.
NYC spots and highlights open to African Americans from the Negro Travelers' Green Book, a travel guide written during the Jim Crow era from 1934 to 1964.
From its start, NYC has been mired in territorial disputes. The Native Americans, the Dutch, the British, New Jerseyans, and even New Yorkers all fought for NYC
The history of the grand Bronx Borough Hall, which was sadly razed and only a staircase remains as a reminder of its magnificence
The many tributes to Shakespeare in NYC from Central Park, Delacorte Theatre, the Players Club, National Arts Club, Shakespeare Avenue, Jefferson Market Library