Discover more than eight public artworks left behind by famous artist Keith Haring for all New Yorkers to enjoy!
A new exhibit at the New-York Historical Society analyzes Frederick Douglass' powerful "Our Composite Nation" speech.
As a 36-year resident of the 79th Street Boat Basin, Dr. Leslie Day came to know the diversity of the city’s natural world.
New-York Historical Society's exhibition, Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, honors the late Supreme Court Justice.
“We saw raw, naked streets; we saw the homeless and essential workers utterly alone. We witnessed a noisy city deafeningly
A “Plastic Bag Store” is coming to Times Square. Photography by Maria Baranova for Times Square Arts and Robin Frohardt.
Discover where you can find fragments of the King George III statue toppled by Patriots in Bowling Green after the Declaration of Independence was signed!
Join a special tour of the New York Historical Society's three-part exhibit marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots this Pride month!
The New-York Historical Society is welcoming Cole Porter’s 1907 Steinway piano, and will have live music played from acclaimed pianists for the next two months.
Step into the magical world of Harry Potter at the New York Historical Society's new exhibition of mystical artifacts and items from J.K Rowling's private collection.