From Dutch colonial farmhouses to buildings that played a major role in the American Revolution, here’s a list of the top 11 oldest structures in Brooklyn.
This month in NYC you will find new street art murals, sculptural installations, video art, groundbreaking and newsworthy exhibitions in the city's major museums and more.
NYC is full of superlatives. Besides best pizza and tallest building, there are tons of quirky ones like the smallest park, shortest lived building and smallest subway door.
Check out four of Brooklyn's historic house museums: the Old Stone House, the Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum, the Lefferts Historic House and Hendrick I. Lott House.
This week’s roundup includes some of the city’s most well-preserved historical farmhouses in NYC, which have survived the last 200 years of development.
Hidden between modern skyscrapers and nineteenth century row houses are remnants of the City's Dutch past. We explore the oldest building in each borough.