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Step inside the National Arts Club on Gramercy Park to learn about the life, work and legacy of architect Stanford White. White was once a member of the club.
One thing is for certain when it comes to dining: the location, whether you opt to eat at a food court or a cafe, plays a huge role in your overall experience.
The many tributes to Shakespeare in NYC from Central Park, Delacorte Theatre, the Players Club, National Arts Club, Shakespeare Avenue, Jefferson Market Library
Photographer Jeannette Beckman explores the emergence of Hip Hop in her early photographs, curated by Cey Adams at The National Arts Club NYC
NYC's historic private clubs are a vestige of an older world. Here are 10 of the city's oldest and most notable clubs with a rich architectural history.
We've partnered up with OHNY to curate this list of special locations you shouldn't miss in this year's lineup on October 17-18, 2015 in NYC.
What does it look like above a stained glass dome? Photographs of the art piece in the Gilded Age National Arts Club at Gramercy Park.
On December 17, 1831 a deed by Samuel Ruggles established the plot of land between 3rd Avenue and Park Avenue South from 18th to 21st Streets as Gramercy Park.
There are some places you step into and you're instantly whisked into a bygone time. The National Arts Club in Gramercy Park, NYC is one of those.