Uncover the secrets of Bryant Park, from the hidden library storage below to its former uses as a cemetery, World's Fair Site and aqueduct!
On April 1 at 5:00 p.m., go inside the 150-year-old High Bridge Tower, which has spent of its life closed to the public.
Built in 1848 as part of the Croton Aqueduct system, Manhattan's High Bridge has plenty of fascinating secrets.
The Highbridge Water Tower is not only celebrating its sesquicentennial in 2022, but was also recently reopened for tours following a $5 million restoration.
Check out the New York Public Library's Polonsky Exhibition of treasures which includes a copy of the Bill of Rights and the Gutenberg Bible.
Ariella Rosen writes how was saddened to discover that an 1866 Croton manhole cover of which she had many memories had been removed.
The oldest manhole cover in NYC is a title that has been passed around to various locations and now lands on an 1861 cover in Central Park!
As part of our most recent podcast episode of The Untapped New York Podcast, we went hunting for the oldest
Before Flushing Meadows-Corona Park was transformed to accommodate the World’s Fairs of 1939 and 1964, America’s first World’s Fair took
Tracking manhole covers is definitely one of the nerdiest of the urban nerd activities out there. I would know, having