Untapped New York is happy to announce four new virtual talks about NYC history over the next few months, which will be free for Insiders.
The George Washington Bridge is the busiest roadway in the United States and of all the bridges in New York City, it went up the fastest.
Most write it off today as a commuter's nuisance, but like all old things in New York, The Lincoln Tunnel has a number of surprising secrets to its name.
Classic Harbor Line is offering passengers a variety of scenic fall foliage cruises along the Hudson River onboard a number of yachts.
Our partnership with Madame Architect brings you interviews with women behind today's infrastructural innovations, such as Amanda Rogers.
The A-Train is New York City's longest subway line, at over 30-miles in length. But, what is at the end(s) of the MTA's record-breaking line?
For years, Dave Frieder had uninterrupted access to the top of the city’s bridges, all the way up until 9/11. After 25 years of working on a project to document all of NYC's major bridges, he has completed his dream: to publish a fine art book on the city's crossings.
Go inside and climb to the top of NYC's Little Red Lighthouse, a historic beacon tucked under the George Washington Bridge in Fort Washington Park!
Register now to join Untapped Cities Insiders on a climb to the top of the historic "Little Red Lighthouse" in Fort Washington Park on a free ranger guided tour!
It's the 17th anniversary of 9/11 this year and there are many ways to commemorate, pay your respects, and mark the day all over the New York City area.