In 1917, visitors to Central Park were greeted by historic sites like the Bethesda Fountain, statues of historical figures, and
In 1919, a section of Park Avenue was transformed into "Victory Way" displaying two enormous pyramids made of German army helmets. 85,000 German army helmets, to be exact.
Commemorate a World War I centennial on Governors Island with the free two day festival presented by the historical re-enactors of the East Coast Doughboys!
Commemorate Veteran's Day and the historic centennial of the WWI armistice with these events happening all over New York City!
Uncover the secrets of the Brooklyn Bridge, commemorate the centennial of WWI, explore an abandoned hospital and more at an Untapped Cities event his week!
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.
Mark the centennial of WWI at the premiere of "The Manhattan Front," an experimental and historical film about the labor movement in NYC during the war.
The Museum of the City of New York exhibit Posters and Patriotism: Selling World War I delves into the work of NYC artists and illustrators in the war effort.
With the centennial of American entrance into World War I on April 6, 2017, trace the remnants of the war that can still be seen in NYC today.
Before NYC's Chelsea Piers was New York's Ultimate Playground, it was one of the foremost ports for famous ocean liners like the Lusitania, and is even tied to the Titanic.