American Museum of Natural History200 Central Park West
Our massive neighbor is one of the premiere scientific and cultural museums in the world with plenty to explore from the Dinosaur Halls to the Rose Center for Earth and Space.
Children's Museum of Manhattan212 West 83rd St.
A kid-centric museum and learning center that was founded in 1973.
Shearith Israel Synagogue2 West 70th St.
Built in 1897, this Louis Comfort Tiffany-designed building houses the Congregation Shearith Israel, the first Jewish congregation established in North America that dates back to the mid-1600s.
Riverside ParkFrom West 79th St. to West 129th St.
A scenic park located along the Hudson River on the west side of Manhattan.
Beacon Theatre2124 Broadway
The historic theater was first opened in 1929 and remains one of New York’s leading venues for live entertainment and performances.
79th Street Boat BasinHudson River at West 79 St.
The famed marina and boat launch is located on the Hudson River.
Grant's TombWest 122nd St. and Riverside Dr.
The General Grant National Memorial is the final resting place of President Ulysses S. Grant and his wife, Julia, and is the largest mausoleum in North America.
Soldiers' and Sailors' MonumentWest 89th St. and Riverside Dr.
The towering monument was completed in 1902 and honors the soldiers and sailors who served in the Civil War.
Swing Low: Harriet Tubman MemorialSt. Nicholas Ave. and Frederick Douglass Blvd.
This larger-than-life bronze sculpture—designed by artist Alison Saar— depicts abolitionist organizer and Underground Railroad leader Harriet Tubman. A maquette for the statue is in the New-York Historical collection.