Climb aboard a massive wooden Viking ship in NYC for a private deck tour with the ship's crew before it sets sail across the Atlantic!
In 1896 Norwegian immigrants George Harbo and Frank Samuelsen set out to make their fortune by rowing an 18-foot rowboat across the Atlantic Ocean
From Revolutionary War battles to space exploration, uncover the top 10 secrets of Liberty State Park, a newer American landmark and world class destination.
There are still remnants of the first immigrant station at Ellis Island if you know where to look. It's something that requires a bit of investigation.
This morning, Mayor Bill de Blasio kicked off the construction on the NYC Ferry Landing that will open at Corlears Hook on the Lower East Side this summer.
Starting in May, Governors Island is giving nature-starved urbanites a chance to escape the looming shadows of skyscrapers and sleep beneath the stars.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will begin the second phase of environment review for the Cross Harbor Freight Movement Program (CHFP).
The abandoned Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island is one of the oldest military installations in the country, with a history dating back to the Revolutionary War.