Join Untapped Cities this week to uncover parts of the city's history you never knew or explore a location you have never visited!
In 1896 Norwegian immigrants George Harbo and Frank Samuelsen set out to make their fortune by rowing an 18-foot rowboat across the Atlantic Ocean
Castle Clinton has continuously piqued our interest. Here, we delve into 10 of its most interesting secrets and fun facts, covering its two century lifespan.
Should The Big Apple beat out Atlanta, Boston, Austin and a host of other cities vying for Amazon HQ2, the building could be built on top of a landfill.
The Stowaway: A Young Man's Extraordinary Adventure to Antarctica is a true story of Billy Gawronski, a NYC boy who stowed away on Admiral Byrd's 1928 expedition.
Discover an ancient cannon in Battery Park, which Untapped Cities tour guide, Justin Rivers, believes to be THE oldest European artifact in Manhattan.
With 2017 being New York City's Art in the Parks 50th anniversary, it is a great time to celebrate ten of the most stunning pieces from the program's past.
From a map courtesy of NYU students, here are 10 monuments, memorials, parks, and historic locations throughout NYC to celebrate International Day of Peace.
Next time you head to the South Ferry Station, make sure to keep an eye out for a major segment of The Battery Wall embedded into the station's entrance.
Of the 800 statues in New York City, a number of them honor figures and events that took place in upstate New York, involving the likes of Alexander Hamilton and more.