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Strand Book Store

Strand Book Store

Strand Book Store 828 Broadway/East 12th Street Strand Book Store is the largest used bookstore in New York City, and is certainly a favorite among readers and booklovers who live in the city. Walking around the neighborhood, you can often spot quite a bit of merchandise from the beloved store, such as New Yorkers carrying […]

Academy Records

Academy Records

Academy Records 12 W. 18th Street Academy Records is one of Manhattan’s biggest used music store, as well as one of the city’s most cherished. Specializing in used CDs, DVDs and Vinyl, the store has a massive collection of music including obscure recordings, rare collectables and limited releases. Every visit here is a treasure hunt, […]

Talwar Gallery

Talwar Gallery

Talwar Gallery 108 E 16th Street Talwar Gallery is an art gallery in Downtown Manhattan featuring art from the Indian Subcontinent and the Indian Diaspora. With the mission of giving a voice to artists of Indian descent and artists from India as well as to showcase diversity in art and the fact that art is […]

Flatiron Building

Flatiron Building

The Flatiron Building at 175 5th Avenue, built in 1902, is one of the most recognizable landmarks in New York City. Set apart from its surroundings by its unique shape and presentation, the triangular 22-story building was one of the first buildings in New York City to utilize a steel frame when steel first became […]

Union Square

Union Square

Union Square is a square, park and subway hub located where Broadway and 4th Avenue meet, with 17th Street to the north and 14th Street to the south. The Square serves as a gathering place for students at the New School and NYU, as well as a hangout for people from the neighborhood, dancers, street […]

The Museum of Sex

The Museum of Sex

The Museum of Sex 233 5th Avenue The Museum of Sex opened in 2002 and has become a major destination for tourists and locals alike in New York City. The museum itself is perfect for girls night out, or for anyone who feels like having a slightly risqué and scandalous time out in the city […]

Madison Square Park

Madison Square Park

Madison Square Park – Madison Avenue Madison Square Park, named for president James Madison, is located at the intersection of 5th avenue and Broadway at 23rd Street. Named for the old location of Madison Square Garden, the park is still surrounded by famous buildings including the Flatiron Building, the Met Life Tower and One Madison […]

Grant’s Tomb

Grant’s Tomb

Grant’s Tomb (General Grant National Memorial) w. 122nd St & Riverside Drive Grant’s tomb is a massive and elaborate granite and marble tomb, with similarly stately surrounding grounds, which is the final resting place of General Ulysses S. Grant and his wife. Built in 1897, Grant’s Tomb is a major New York City landmark and […]

Bacon Theatre

Bacon Theatre

Beacon Theatre 2124 Broadway at W 74th Street Beacon Theatre is a historic theater venue that is on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally opened in 1929 as a movie palace and vaudeville theater, the Beacon became a major NYC concert venue starting in the 1970s. Today, the 2800 person capacity theater offers all […]

Rose Center for Earth and Space

Rose Center for Earth and Space

Rose Center for Earth and Space 81st St and Central Park West The Rose Center for Earth and Science is an independent museum that is part of the Museum of Natural History, but definitely worthy of its own mention. With director Neil deGrasse Tyson, the Rose Center contains the world famous Hayden Planetarium, originally opened […]