Library Science Center's new planetarium will fill you with wonder: opened on Dec. 9th, it is the single largest planetarium on this side of the prime meridian.
In the 90+ years since its establishment, Long Island University unsurprisingly boasts an interesting history dealing with artifacts and colorful characters.
In "Lost Landscapes of New York," archivist Rick Prelinger pieces together footage of NYC's past, deftly moving between between time to create a stunning film.
NYC's Staten Island Ferry, the only connection from the island borough to Manhattan, has a long and storied history with secrets from the Civil War to prisons.
See a full scale replica of NYC's Ebbets Field, the former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers. The replica was created by Mark Williams for an anonymous client.
The ambitious Pier 55, or "Diller's Park" plan on NYC's Pier 54 which was sidelined because of financial stress and blockades is now back on with full support.
If you love cats even half as much as we do here at Untapped Cities, you'll want to head over to Roosevelt Island to visit New York City's only cat sanctuary.
NYC's borough of Queens is a trove of abandoned places. From psychiatric hospitals and rail lines, to army forts, there's no shortage of places to explore.
Nestled deep in Brooklyn is Floyd Bennett Field, the site of NYC's first municipal airport. Opening in 1931, this airfield's long history holds many secrets.
NYC's Brooklyn Battery Tunnel has been a part of the city's many historic moments. Here are our top 10 secrets of the tunnel connecting Battery Park & Red Hook.