- Francis Morrone Architectural Historian and guide 1 (718) 768-4209
- Municipal Art Society 1 (212) 935-3960
- NYC Cultural Walking Tours by Alfred Pommer 1 (212) 979-2388
NYC Ice Skating Rinks
July 20, 2017 · Comments Off on NYC Ice Skating Rinks
Manhattan Skating Rinks Lasker Rink in Central Park Located near 107th St & Central Park West, 1(917) 492-3856. Web-Site: Click Here Polar Rink at American Museum of Natural History Columbus Ave and 79th St, 1(212) 769-5200. Nov 21 – Feb...
Times Square and Theater District
July 20, 2017 · Comments Off on Times Square and Theater District
This is the one attraction in New York City you will not want to miss! Huge neon billboards, unique street performers, and Broadway theaters draw over 37 million tourists to Times Square every year, while 500,000 people come to Times...
The High Line
July 20, 2017 · Comments Off on The High Line
The High Line is a public park built on an historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. It is owned by the City of New York, and maintained and operated by Friends of the High...
Whitney Museum of American Art
July 19, 2017 · Comments Off on Whitney Museum of American Art
History: After Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitneys collection of nearly 500 objects of 20th century American art was rejected by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1929, Whitney established her own museum in 1930. The Whitney became the first museum devoted to...
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