New dates are available for our popular Fifth Ave Gilded Age Mansions Tour, which lets you stroll along Fifth Avenue as it was during the Gilded Age when grand mansions of millionaires lined the illustrious street.
Many of New York's grand Beaux-Arts mansions were torn down, but we rounded up ten that you can still admire today.
On our new Fifth Ave Gilded Age Mansions Tour, launching on March 19th, you'll have the chance to take a stroll along Fifth Avenue as it was during the Gilded Age when grand mansions of millionaires lined the illustrious street.
The fireplace in front of which Alexander Hamilton died in 1804 is located in Gracie Mansion, the home of New York City's mayor.
NYC filming locations in the lush crime drama, The Alienist, on TNT based on the book by Caleb Carr are based on real historic places in 1896 New York.
Watch a clip of the upcoming PBS AMERICAN EXPERIENCE documentary The Bombing of Wall Street based on a forgotten terrorist attack on Wall Street in 1920.
The first crematorium in New York, U.S. Columbarium at Fresh Pond Crematory retains its impressive architecture, with Tiffany-style stained glass windows.
This week's #untappedcities Instagram "Pic" of the Week goes to @newyorkcityhistory for this shot of the ceiling in the study of The Morgan Library and Museum.
We take a look at notorious New York City crime scenes, from heists that have inspired movies to a deadly terrorist attack in 1920 whose traces still remain.
An historic travel log of a day in the life of banking magnate John Pierpont Morgan, from his brownstone (now the Morgan Library) to the New York Yacht Club.