Art at the BlueLine, an outdoor multimedia art exhibition, was exhibited during the 13th annual City of Water Day in
On our tour of the remnants of NYC's maritime past, get a special visit onto the Wavertree and go inside its great hull. Jonathan Boulware, President of the South Street Seaport Museum claims, "There isn’t a ship in the world that has a space like this."
A very special maritime addition has hit the waters in NYC: A GlassBarge from The Corning Museum of Glass opened at Brooklyn Bridge Park on a statewide journey.
Make the most of Halloween with these fright-filled events around NYC, from murder mysteries to terrifying trolley rides to a wondrous world of jack o'lanterns.
The AIA Center for Architecture in NYC once again hosts Archtober, a month-long city’s interesting infrastructure. Here are 11 not-to-miss events to check out!
There is a beautiful new resident at South Street Seaport and her name is Wavertree, the flagship vessel of the Seaport Museum built in 1885 and newly renovated
Writer Laurie Gwen Shapiro pays a last visit to The Peking, the tall ship that stood tall at South Street Seaport for four decades before it moves to Germany.
Nicknamed the millionaires ship, Titanic was crossing the Atlantic in April 1912 on her way to the NYC, the of millionaire where many of its passengers resided.
The South Street Seaport Museum presents its first post-Hurricane Sandy exhibit, "Street of Ships: The Port and Its People."
NYC's South Street Seaport played an important role in the development of world trade in the 1860s. Here are just some of the ships that have contributed to the trade.