Next time you head to the South Ferry Station, make sure to keep an eye out for a major segment of The Battery Wall embedded into the station's entrance.
11 years ago, an archaeological find at South Ferry revealed more about NYC's colonial past. Today, the MCNY moves forward as it digitizes the collection.
Twenty permanent art installations situated along the southern tip of Manhattan from The Battery, through Battery City Park, to Nelson A. Rockefeller Park.
New York City's subway stations are filled with interesting pieces of art, but the stations' oldest pieces were installed decades ago and remain even today
It will be decades before the MTA installs its new communications-based train control onto the city's trains, but it will revolutionize transit when it does
Bowling Green, the oldest public park in New York City, also contains the city's oldest fence, dating back to pre-revolutionary days in the 1730s.
Our favorite tile signs and illustrations that can still be seen in NYC subways from the early 1900s when it was still the Interborough Rapid Transit Company.