Richmondtown Restoration

The historic museum, Richmondtown Restoration, traces 300 years of Staten Island life. Toys, furniture, tools, china and other domestic and agricultural items of past centuries are exhibited, with a ...

African-American Museum

Exhibits display the history, cultural heritage and contributions of African-American Long Islanders, including special displays from the Smithsonian Institution and Brooklyn Museum. 110 N Franklin S...

Woodlawn Cemetery

Spot the famous names in this 130-year-old cemetery with some over-the-top edifices. A Who’s Where guide can be obtained at the cemetery office. Duke Ellington is here, and so is F W Woolworth in an ...

Ground Zero

Until they were tragically destroyed on 11 September 2001, the World Trade Centre twin towers loomed over the Manhattan skyline as a symbol of the dynamic New York metropolis. For 50,000 people the t...

Broadway

Broadway plays an important role in the common imaginary, being the arrival point for actors and show men, and at the same time the departure point of the musicals and plays which made history, not o...

Jewish Museum

This is America’s most significant institution devoted to Jewish history and culture. The museum holds the largest collection of Jewish ceremonial objects in the western hemisphere, many of which wer...

Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Met houses works of art from ancient civilisations to the present day. Among them are hundreds of world-famous masterpieces. As well as galleries of painting and sculpture, the museum has display...