Here are Untapped New York's favorite abandoned places in New York City's five boroughs. Some are break-in-able, some open to the public, some only for the intrepid.
Brooklyn is a wonderland of abandoned spaces for urban explorers. Learn about abandoned boat graveyards, power stations, and subway tunnels.
Following up our master list of 160 secrets of New York City, we bring to you 160 hidden gems of
One man's trash is another man's treasure at the City Reliquary's exhibit, NYC Trash!: Past, Present, & Future, which includes an outdoor sculpture garden.
December brings holiday installations to the five boroughs in the form of stunning light shows, extravagant windows, and festive outdoor decorations.
Continuing our trip through the boroughs, we're highlighting Brooklyn, which is home to aged industrial sites, forgotten theaters and a litter-strewn beach.
Discover secrets and stories of the Rockaways, the seaside peninsula with a vibrant history defined by military involvement and its proximity to the ocean.
Located in South Brooklyn along Jamaica Bay, Marine Park is a neighborhood full of history and secrets dating back to the Native American era.
"Dead Horse Bay:The Glass Graveyard of Brooklyn" features the work of 13 artists, predominantly focused around the theme of glass and trash found on the site.
February in NYC is filled with art and celebration from the 40th Anniversary of the Public Art Fund, to Lunar New Year & Valentine's Day Heart in Times Square.