Revisit the lost mansions of Queens that once stood proudly as part of long forgotten developments and farmland in the borough!
The lost mansions of Staten Island range from Vanderbilt estates to a home for retired vaudeville actors! Discover what's been lost.
Close to 30 incredible estates scattered throughout New York's Hudson River Valley, home to artists, presidents, and robber barons telling the story of the U.S.
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.
Clinton Hill is a quiet Brooklyn neighborhood known for housing the Pratt Institute, as well as its "mansion row" along Clinton Avenue.
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 William H. Vanderbilt House, known as the Vanderbilt Triple Palace, was a mansion at 640 Fifth Avenue between 51st and 52nd Streets.
Learn more about the two dozen Vanderbilt homes in New York that once pulled in the most affluent and famous of guests.
"The Mrs. Astor" and Alva Vanderbilt fought for the crown of New York society and the Academy of Music in the late 19th century.
Lyndhurst Mansion, constructed in 1838 and located in Tarrytown, New York, is evidence of the glory of the Hudson River Valley mansions.