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City Hall
New York's City Hall, the oldest City Hall in the nation that still houses its original governmental functions, is considered one of the finest architectural achievements of its period.
Dyckman House
Not far from Inwood Hill Park at Manhattan's northern tip, the Dyckman House is the only remaining Dutch colonial farmhouse in the borough.
Early Harlem
See images of the Harlem Renaissance from the Discovery Channel's photo gallery.
East Village Walking Tours
Tour one of the most infamous and historical neighborhoods in the world with an experienced and knowledgeable guide. For two hours, fun and informative staff will touch on some of the most interesting sites in the East Village.
Gracie Mansion
An 18th century house that is the official residence of the New York City Mayor.
Jeffrey's Hook Lighthouse
The Jeffrey's Hook lighthouse, erected in 1880 and moved to its current site in 1921, has become widely known as the children's literary landmark, "The Little Red Lighthouse."
Lower Eastside Jewish Conservancy
Experience America's most famous immigrant neighborhood from inside its landmarked sacred synagogues through customized private walking/noshing tours.
Lower East Side Tenement Museum
Understand the experience of immigrants in early New York City through a tour of old housing.
Lower East Side Walking Tours
Learn about tours of neighborhoods in the City's historic Lower East Side where you will experience many historical sites, institutions and specialty food places.
Merchant's House Museum
The Merchant's Museum is New York City's only family home preserved intact from the 19th century. A National Historic and New York City landmark, the house was built in 1832 and was home to a prosperous merchant family for 100 years.
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