Manhattanhenge has become one of the most celebrated events in NYC when the sun lines up exactly with the Manhattan street grid. It happens twice a year.
Latest plans and programming for the new Gilder Center at the American Museum of Natural History by Studio Gang Architecture and Ralph Appelbaum, are revealed.
Looking for something to do for Memorial Day, more off the beaten path? Here are our suggestions from boat tours to Manhattanhenge, to openings on Coney Island.
Later this month will be the first occurrence of everyone's favorite celestial happening in NYC, Manhattanhenge. Here are the dates for 2016 in May and July.
It's that time of year again, when New Yorkers flock to se the sun align perfectly with Manhattan's cross streets. Photos and where to go see this happen
MONDAY, MAY 27: Opening of The Civil War and American Art. This major loan exhibition considers how American artists responded
It’s that time of year when photographers converge to catch a glimpse of the much-anticipated Manhattanhenge.
The REAL story here was the Manhattanhenge paparazzi camped out for hours on the Tudor City bridge on 42nd Street.
Many things in New York City change, but Manhattanhenge faithfully returns every year.
For the next Manhattanhenge, learn about it at a Hayden Planetarium event on the day before.