Twenty miles east of New York City on Long Island's storied Gold Coast, the Nassau County Museum exhibits relics of the Jazz Age at the historic Frick Estate.
These 13 now-demolished Long Island mansions where once lavish, expensive structures spanning hundreds of acres which were owned by royalty and celebrities.
On June 3rd, the doors closed on Inisfada, once the fourth largest estate on Long Island during the 1920s. Here's a look at vintage photos of the interior.
According to the Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities, approximately 58% of mansions built on Long Island between
Our curated events picks for this week: Richard Serra exhibition opening at David Zwirner, Gatsby inspired tour of Long Island's Gold Coast with Sidetour.
In a show at the Brooklyn Museum, El Anatsui brings into play the contrast between the sumptuous appearance and valueless materials of his sculptures.
Spend a summer afternoon in the historic Suffolk County Vanderbilt Mansion built for William K. Vanderbilt II, an intrepid explorer and collector of over 17,000 marine species.
The rise and fall of the Vanderbilt family still pervades American historical lore and the remnants of Cornelius Vanderbilt II's Fifth Avenue Mansion can still be found throughout Manhattan.