Green-Wood Cemetery Chapel was criss-crossed with hundreds of fuschia parachute cords for a two week site-specific installation by Brooklyn artist Aaron Asis.
Three million people have been buried in the Calvary Cemetery since its establishment in 1848. It contains the largest number of burials of any U.S. cemetery.
Check out Woodlawn Cemetery and secret residents, architecture, and 10 facts about one of NYC's largest cemeteries and one of its national historic landmarks.
After 90 years, the former Naval Hospital Cemetery has reopened as the Naval Cemetery Landscape. The space was commissioned by the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative.
Hart Island is NYCs mass burial ground or potters field, home to over 1 million. Here are the secrets of this island in Long Island Sound off the Bronx.
Almost 200 years old and an area of 478 acres, the Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, NYC is an impressive site with some interesting secrets. Here are our top 10.
Did you know that iconic magician Harry Houdini is buried in NYC's somewhat forgotten Machpelah Cemetery in Queens?
The most unlikely attraction at Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery is the group of loud, colorful, possibly illegal immigrants: the monk parrots of Argentina.
On Saturday, the Woodlawn Conservancy, HDC and Women of Woodlawn will host the Great Woodlawn Scavenger Hunt across five themed trails in the Bronx.
Tucked in Chelsea overshadowed by tall buildings is the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue Cemetery, a sudden respite on 21st Street fronted by wrought iron gates