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.
In the late 1870s, a seaside resort and amusement park was making a name for itself in Queens, on the site of what is now LaGuardia Airport.
If you're looking for natural and historical places to explore in New York City, consider visiting the Gateway National Recreation Area.
Here are 10 secrets of the Belt Parkway, a Robert Moses-led project which connects Bay Ridge, Brooklyn with Laurelton, Queens.
Photo courtesy Brooklyn Greenway Initiative The Brooklyn Greenway Ride is a 26-mile bike excursion along the Brooklyn waterfront. During a
The NYPD protects New Yorkers in the air, on land and in the sea with the help of a fleet of over 10,000 vehicles, ranging from Smart Cars to helicopters.
Floyd Bennett Field was once the country's busiest naval air station. Now, it's being reimagined by H.A.R.P, a volunteer group that restores historic aircrafts.
From celebrating in a bar to partaking in winter sports, these events will remind you that your house isn't the only place you can enjoy the Winter Olympics!
Continuing our trip through the boroughs, we're highlighting Brooklyn, which is home to aged industrial sites, forgotten theaters and a litter-strewn beach.
Go inside Brooklyn's abandoned Floyd Bennett Field in this photo essay by Aaron Asis, glimpsing into its historic past as a Naval Air Station and airport.