The Renwick Ruin was originally built in 1856 on Roosevelt Island as part of a series of prisons and hospitals constructed on the island.
Matilda Moore, a Civil War era photographer in NYC, was most of the country's most successful female photographers in the late 19th century.
For a brief time, Queens actually had its own Madison Square Garden, an outdoor arena called Madison Square Garden Bowl.
SuperReal, an immersive digital art show, returns to the landmarked Cunard Building.
While it's true that New Yorkers despise the Times Square subway station, we do know some great secrets about it!
Uncover the histories of the Bronx's forgotten movie palaces and live entertainment venues in our upcoming virtual talk!
Book your tickets now for a behind-the-scenes hard hat tour of Ellis Island's abandoned hospital complex, now running every Sunday!
Explore 1,000 life-changing patents from the past 120 years in a new book, Patented, by architectural designer Thomas Rinaldi!
Travel back in time to the roaring 1920s at NYC's swinging annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island!
Uncover the scandalous stories behind the Waldorf Astoria's glitz and glamour, and discover how this famous hotel shaped the 20th-century!