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Between Houston Street, Bowery, & 14th Street
The district today called the East Village is a lovely neighborhood of fine old houses and several o...
Lower Manhattan has a wealth of things to see and do. lt is near-impossible to write exhaustively ab...
South Street Seaport Museum
12 Fulton St
The museum itself, on Fulton Street, was damaged by Hurricane Sandy on October 29, 2012; the galleri...
45 Rockefeller Plaza
The Rockefeller Center is a group of art-deco skyscrapers built throughout the 1930's, intended to s...
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
The David RubenStein Atrium
The Lincoln Center is New York City's Center for all the high-brow arts - opera, symphony, ballet an...
Hispanic Society of America
613 West 155th St
The Hispanic Society of America (building, 1908) is a smallish, free museum, located west of Broadwa...
111 Worth St Apt 4G
Foley Square, or Thomas Paine Park, located in the Civic Center district between Reade Street and Th...
75 Battery Pl
The whole park is now again open to the public after renovations. This is one of the nicest of Manha...
20TH/21ST Lexington Ave
Gramercy Park is closed to the public; only people dwelling around it get the key, for which they pa...
Madison Square Park
Between 23rd and 26 streets
Madison Square Park (not to be confused with the hideous Madison Square Garden!) is created by the t...