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.
“Upstate” Manhattan has a decided residential feel, and it also contains many gems for any lover of things NYC like the oldest house in Manhattan and much more.
See what a full-scale emergency response exercise conducted by the Port Authority looks like on NYC's George Washington Bridge with these photos and videos.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of OHNY weekend, which will take place on October 14th and 15th. We've curated a list of Open Access sites to check out.
While a number of New York City lighthouses are no longer active, they are still a sight to behold. Here are the last seven you can see on the Hudson River.
Looming over Riverside Park in NYC is the tallest church in the United States, a historic church with much social and architectural significance.
Opened to the public only on select occasions, the Little Red Lighthouse sits beneath the George Washington Bridge as a stalwart symbol of maritime history.
For budding kid architects, there's a miniature playground version of the George Washington Bridge at J. Hood Wright Park in Washington Heights NYC.
For 22 years, photographer Dave Frieder has been documenting NYC's bridges using film from foot tingling perspectives up top. Now he's ready to publish a book.