The Interesting History of Brooklyn

The Interesting History of Brooklyn

Brooklyn residents are usually proud of their locality; the older ones reminisce about old school Brooklyn, while the younger generation might even prefer it to living in the upscale area of Manhattan. Today, one can walk down a street in this borough and hear all kinds of languages within a couple of … Read more

The SoHo Cast Iron Historic District Walking Tour

The SoHo Cast Iron Historic District Walking Tour

The district of South Houston, also known as the SoHo, is an important part of New York City’s tourism. This neighborhood, which became a National Historic Landmark in 1978, is a living example of America’s transformation. Throughout the years, this area has been utilized for a lot of purposes. Hence, it now … Read more

Interesting History of Roosevelt Island

Interesting History of Roosevelt Island 2

Located just a few miles away from Manhattan, New York, Roosevelt Island possesses a rich history. This Island has grabbed the attention of people from all over the world for decades. This island is home to a community of over fourteen thousand people. It serves as a connection pole between Manhattan and … Read more

A Guide to the Oldest Libraries of New York

Upper East Side, NYC

New York is a city of lights, culture, and architecture. But above all, it’s a city of the world’s beautiful and historic libraries too. These libraries are famous for their classic collection. Other than this, they are also known for their gorgeous architecture and a soothing environment. They keep you away from … Read more

Best Art Galleries to Visit in New York City

Best Art Galleries to Visit in New York City

With over 1,500 art galleries to choose from, New York City is the best adventure that art lovers can embark upon. From Brooklyn to Manhattan and Queens, New York City hosts more art galleries than bookstores. By some estimates, it is claimed that the city has approximately 100 bookstores only. If you … Read more

Top 10 Secret Libraries of New York

New York has more than 200 libraries, and the majority of New Yorkers are familiar with most of these libraries. But do you know that there are some secret libraries in New York City as well that many people might not be aware of? From non-profit societies and private clubs to universities … Read more

Guide to Visiting the Statue of Liberty

Standing in all her glory in the middle of New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty is amongst the top tourist destinations of New York City. The 93 meters high Statue of Liberty (Lady Liberty) was a gift from France given to the US in 1886 to commemorate the friendship between the … Read more

Complete Guide to Visiting the Great White Way

Billboards in New York City

Those who are familiar with New York City and its major attractions would probably have heard of Broadway as well. What everyone may not know is that Broadway is also known as ‘the great white way’. This might seem like the street has a traditional tale behind it, but it’s actually because … Read more