Martin Luther King, Jr. and RFK lived very different lives but history marries them together in this photo series on display at The New-York Historical Society.
From the Westinghouse Time Capsules to one of the oldest known time capsules, these artifacts help us to understand what the city was like in the past.
If being a muggle has become a bore, the New-York Historical Society is inviting you to delve in the world of magic with Harry Potter: A History of Magic.
This year, we embarked on a mission to track down the best holiday window displays, created by Macy's, Bergdorf Goodman, Lord & Taylor and much more.
New York Historical Society’s exhibition, Hotbed, places feminism in the broader context of activism that NYC saw at the beginning of the 20th century.
New York is home to several interesting coins that span several historical periods and values, honoring emperors, activists and even some criminal activity.
New York Statues gives 35 of the most prominent statues across the city a voice in a new smartphone program.
An exhibit honors Editta Sherman, The Duchess of Carnegie Hall, who worked as a portrait photographer in a penthouse apartment above Carnegie Hall for over 60 years.
To celebrate 100 years of women's suffrage in NYC, visit these five museums and galleries exhibiting women's history and artwork and the evolution of feminism.
All the outdoor art installations to check out in NYC this month from an artist-designed pop-up pool to a celebration of 50 years of art in the parks.