Join Untapped Cities Insiders for a private tour of the Little Red Lighthouse where you can climb to the top!
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!
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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!
Join Untapped Cities Insiders on a free private tour inside the "Little Red Lighthouse," a beloved 19th century landmark in Fort Washington Park.
“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.
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While a number of New York City lighthouses are no longer active, they are still a sight to behold.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.
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.
The historic structures and buildings that can be climbed in NYC, legally including the Cathedral of the St John the Divine, Empire State Building, High Bridge