It’s no exaggeration to say that the Erie Canal made the Big Apple. Today, signs of that great project are scattered around NYC like the Red Hook Grain Terminal
10 floating bars in NYC to wet your appetite from the Frying Pan and Grand Banks to lesser known historical vessels like the William Wall and Lilac Museum.
Port Cities NYC, an immersive performance piece between Brooklyn and Manhattan weaves together NYC's colonial history with the waterways that sustained it.
New York City is known for record breaking real estate deals, so it can be easy to forget that there's also a tradition of selling property for $1 dollar.
Cunard's Queen Mary 2 cruise ship sails into NYC for 175th Anniversary, the only transatlantic ocean liner in line service between Southampton and New York City
Looking to expand your NYC museum expertise? At Untapped Cities, we have got you sorted for obscure museum explorations!
Check our list of 8 quirky waterfront activities in New York City, which include free kayaking, ghost walks, and a soon-to-be opened floating library.
Red Hook's Waterfront Museum to host Pirate Ball to begin kickoff of Barge No. 79's 100th birthday.
It's a (tugboat), it's a barge, it's a museum, it's a home...it has...wifi?