Uncover the opulent Gilded Age mansions that still stand in New York City and allow you to step inside and visit today!
Many of New York's grand Beaux-Arts mansions were torn down, but we rounded up ten that you can still admire today.
Reserve your spot at the Festival Albertine, a series of curated events with global thinkers, authors, and artists at the Albertine bookstore.
Stanford White, NYC's first "starchitect," left an indelible mark on landscape of the city with the many structures he designed throughout his prolific career.
Open House New York weekend reservations begin today for the 2018 weekend. Here are our picks for the must-visit reservation only sites all over NYC!
Inside the Payne Whitney Mansion at 972 Fifth Avenue (the Cultural Services of the French Embassy), is a stunning Venetian Room, just reopened to the public.
The Cultural Services of the French Embassy is one of those storied Gilded Age Fifth Avenue mansions, built as the Payne-Whitney mansion. Tour it for free with us!
NYC has many consulates, embassies and foreign-owned buildings most of which are lavish Gilded Age mansions. Here are 10 of the most architecturally extraordinary ones.
The French Embassy of Cultural Services continues its trend of all-star programming here in NYC with a 12-hour nocturnal marathon, A Night of Philosophy
Albertine, NYC's only French bookstore will open to the public in the Cultural Services of the French Embassy on Fifth Avenue, former Payne Whitney mansion.