Looking for an alternative to the bar? Have some fun and let off some steam at NYC's The Wrecking Club "where people come to smash stuff to pieces".
Albert Einstein's connections to New York City are a bit more morbid than you might expect: his eyes are stored in a safety deposit box in the city.
We made our way inside the tiny doors on the back facade of the New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman building at Bryant Park.
We've only seen this in one place in NYC in all our explorations – in-ground garbage cans to hide household waste found on the Astoria/East Elmhurst waterfront.
For budding kid architects, there's a miniature playground version of the George Washington Bridge at J. Hood Wright Park in Washington Heights NYC.
Did you know that the Pan Am Building once had a helicopter deck on its roof? In 1965, trial runs began using a Chinook helicopter operated by New York Airways
Did you know that iconic magician Harry Houdini is buried in NYC's somewhat forgotten Machpelah Cemetery in Queens?
Curated and owned by Hjortur Sigurdsson, Iceland's Icelandic Phallological Museum is home to over two hundred specimens of penises and other penile parts.
The most unlikely attraction at Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery is the group of loud, colorful, possibly illegal immigrants: the monk parrots of Argentina.
An attractive set of early 1900s houses on University Avenue in the Bronx is a legacy of a partnership between NYU and the Bronx's "Millionaire Cop"