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  • Edward Hopper House Art Center

    82 N. Broadway Nyack, NY 10960

  • España/Streb Trapeze Academy

    España/Streb Trapeze Academy

    51 N. First St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-384-6491 Williamsburg is all about being alternative, even when it comes to a workout—and this massive gym, school, and training facility fits the bill. Quietly warehoused on the neighborhood's rapidly developing south side, most residents aren't even aware of the Trapeze Academy next door. Alt-fitness mogul Elizabeth Streb teamed with Mexican circus brothers Noe and Ivan España in 1998 to create a trapeze arts school for all levels of experience. Training comes in 10-class packages but is also open to drop-ins. It is centrally located between the Bedford L and Marcy Avenue JMZ stations. More >>

  • Federal Reserve Bank Tour

    33 Liberty St. New York, NY 10045
    212-720-6130 A walk through the five-floor gold vault of the worldas richest bank More >>

  • Freixenet Tastings & Tapas Tour

    Asbury Park, NJ Asbury Park, NJ 07712

  • Gargoyles in Manhattan Walking Tour

    51 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10010
    212-979-2388 An introduction to Manhattan gargoyles, caryatids, and their corresponding legends. More >>

  • Wave Hill - Glyndor Gallery

    675 West 252nd Street New York, NY 10471-2899

  • Greater Astoria Historical Society

    35-20 Broadway Long Island City, NY 11106

  • The Gutter

    The Gutter

    200 N. 14th St. Brooklyn, NY 11249
    718-387-3585 Before Williamsburg's drunkest roll down Bedford Ave. towards their tony lofts, they raze pins at the Gutter, the best bowling alley/bar in the area. Open late, it often features an astronomical wait for the lanes, but drinks are cheap regardless and the atmosphere is as sincerely low-key as this neighborhood gets. More >>

  • Hall of Science in Queens

    Hall of Science in Queens

    47-01 111th St. Flushing, NY 11368
    718-699-0005 Far off the beaten Museum Mile, it's easy to forget that Corona's Hall of Science is one of the greats. It features 450 exhibits and is geared toward participatory activities that explain science, technology, and math to kids and the large portion of the adult population that doesn't understand those things yet either. Built in1964 as part of the ever-eerily futuristic World's Fair, it was one of the first ever purely science museums in existence. A short trek for Queens residents, a longer trek for others, it sits on the edge of Flushing Meadows Corona Park near the 7 train. More >>

  • Harrahs Casino & Resort

    777 Harrah's Blvd. Atlantic City, NJ 08401

  • Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center

    4079 Albany Post Road Hyde Park, NY 12538

  • The High Line

    The High Line

    Washington St. New York, NY 10014
    212-206-9922 The High Line is that rare phenomenon of Manhattan landmarks—one beloved by locals and tourists alike. A pretty remarkable feat of urban reclamation, the west side's abandoned elevated railroad was transformed into the whimsical "park in the sky" in 2011. Still only two-thirds complete, the walkway stretches along Tenth Avenue from Ganesvoort Street to West 30th a couple avenues behind Penn Station. A wide variety of plant life, interactive public art pieces, and still-exposed track line the walkway. Exit for shopping in the cobblestone-lined streets of the Meatpacking District or quaint cafes in Chelsea. More >>

  • Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest

    2011 Dutchess County , 12572

  • Indian Lookout Country Club

    1142 Batter St. Pattersonville, NY 12137

  • Jane's Carousel

    56 Water St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Kingsland Homestead/Queens Historical Society

    14345 37th Ave. Flushing, NY 11354
    718-939-0647 This piece of property, a late 18th century house in Flushing, is now the home to the Queens Historical Society. Venture out for a history lesson you wonat have in a classroom! Plus, all rumors indicate that it is haunted. Oh, and you might learn a little something about the history of Queens. More >>

  • Lesbian Herstory Archives

    Lesbian Herstory Archives

    484 14th St. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-768-3953 The largest and oldest lesbian archive in the world, Herstory collects and preserves materials relevant to lesbian culture, ranging from films, periodicals, and pulp novels to team-autographed softballs and pasties worn by lesbian strippers. Texts are organized into subject headings like aLesbians in Africa,a "Breasts,a and aAutomobile Repair.a More >>

  • LI Game Farm

    489 Chapman Blvd. Manorville, NY 11949

  • Lola Staar's Dreamland

    3052 W. 21st St. Brooklyn, NY 11224

  • Luna Park

    Luna Park

    1000 Surf Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11224
    718-373-5862 In the interest of preserving summer fun at Coney Island, the historic amusement park was revived by a Bloomberg commission in 2009. It's home to the iconic 1927 Cyclone roller coaster, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as 19 other thrill rides and family attractions. It's within view of the beach and the boardwalk, and walking distance from the original Nathan's restaurant. Several train lines make their final stops at the close by Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue Station. More >>

  • Manhattan Walking Tour

    To Book A Custom Tour Call Garry-(212) 974-2518 New York, NY 10019

  • Marcy Armory

    355 Marcy Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11206

  • Mount Marcy & Algonquin Hiking, Camping & Rock Climbing Weekend

    73rd St. and Broadway New York, NY 10128

  • Music To Know Festival

    E. Hampton Airport New York, NY 10003

  • Myrtle Avenue subway station

    Myrtle Avenue subway station

    Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11221

    This subway station at the end of Brooklyn's Myrtle Avenue has been abandoned for over 50 years but still stands. The former local stop on the BMT Fourth Avenue Line went out of commission due to track reconstruction in 1956, although the remaining structure continued to be a site for graffiti and street art. It's best known for Bill Brand's Masstransiscope (1980). a working zoetrope art installment. It can still be seen out of the Manhattan-bound B and Q train windows when passing through the adjacent DeKalb Avenue station. More >>

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