In New York City, looking down can be just as rewarding as looking up! Here are 11 of the most interesting sidewalk installations you can find in New York City!
Today, Stadt Huy's, NYC's first City Hall's, legacy is remembered by eagle-eyed New Yorkers who have a moment to peek below the glass alcove on 85 Broad Street.
The original foundation walls of the Lovelace Tavern, dating back to the 17th century, can be seen through a glass window in the sidewalk at 85 Broad Street.
From the Maiden Lane clock, to the ruins of the Lovelace Tavern, to Soho's floating subway map, 5 sidewalk spots make it worth watching your step in Manhattan.
NYC goes Orange as the Dutch take back New York from the British in August 1673. New York is rechristened New Orange and the Dutch flag flies once again.
Twenty permanent art installations situated along the southern tip of Manhattan from The Battery, through Battery City Park, to Nelson A. Rockefeller Park.