Frank Woolworth used his fortune from namesake stores selling merchandise for spare change to build his luxurious yet haunted Winfield Hall.
Hidden in upstate New York are the remains of the Oneida Community, an attempted utopia founded by John Humphrey Noyes in 1848.
A tour of the beautiful, eerie abandoned campus of Bennett College, once known as the luxury hotel Halcyon House, now slated for demolition.
Many of Grand Central Station's ended up all over the eastern seaboard following demolition, but one ended up at a New Jersey petting zoo.
Newark Liberty International Airport, the oldest airfield in the nation, boasts many secrets, from an Art Deco Terminal to a sushi market.
Many speak of the Hudson Valley estates and the Millionaire's Row Mansions of Fifth Avenue. OHEKA CASTLE, however, stands on Long Island.
Sing Sing Prison has for 200 years led shifts in the national prison system, from a strict system of punishment to sports teams.
There are great outdoor sculpture parks within a two-hour radius of NYC including Storm King, Opus 40 and more.
Lyndhurst Mansion, constructed in 1838 and located in Tarrytown, New York, is evidence of the glory of the Hudson River Valley mansions.
Hidden in the overgrown forest by the Hudson River Valley in Rhineback, New York is the Wyndcliffe Mansion in its ghastly glory.