Many of New York's grand Beaux-Arts mansions were torn down, but we rounded up ten that you can still admire today.
Here are ten gorgeous Beaux-Arts buildings in New York City that every architecture fan should see at least once in their life.
From a hidden bowling alley to an extraordinary organ, the secrets of the Frick Collection are a sight to behold. Go behind the scenes with us into this popular museum in the mansion of Henry Clay Frick.
Although the old Metropolitan Opera House in NYC had an opulent, gold interior, it was demolished in 1967 after being denied landmark status.
Hudson Park was once a beautiful Italianate sunken garden, lagoon, perimeter walk, and gazebo.