Websites for New York Mavens  

Choose a category to narrow your search
Architecture..20 Fun and Miscellaneous..7 Manhattan..19 Staten Island..5
Art..14 Harlem..3 Nature..6 Times Square..2
Bronx..6 Historic Houses..24 New Jersey..4 Upper East Side..4
Brooklyn..3 Historical Accounts..15 New York State..1 Upper West Side..2
Children..11 Hudson River Valley..2 Political History..1 Vintage Photos..5
Downtown/Financial Dist...5 Landmarks..15 Queens..8 Walking Tours..2
East Village..3 Long Island..7 Religious..1 West Village..1
Event Listings..21 Lower East Side..2 Soho..1

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1. Alice Austen House    Historic home of one of America's first female photographers.
2. Alice Austen House Museum    The gingerbread cottage of one of America's first female photographers.
3. American Museum of the Moving Image    movies and more
4. Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum    
5. Battleship New Jersey    
6. Bronx Museum of the Arts    
7. Brooklyn Historical Society    Magnificent building, magnificent collections, and one of America's finest genealogical collections.
8. Children's Museum of Manhattan    
9. Conference House    Site where an historic, but failed conference to resolve the American Revolution took place
10. DIA: Beacon Art Center    
11. Flushing Town Hall    Includes Queens Jazz Trail
12. Fraunces Tavern Museum    
13. Fraunces Tavern Museum - New York Freedom Trail    
14. Garibaldi-Meucci Museum    Devoted to legendary Italian hero, Giuseppe Garibaldi and the inventor of the telephone, Antonio Meucci.
15. Harbor Defense Museum    The only army museum in New York City - located in 19th century Fort Hamilton.
16. Historic House Trust    
17. Historic Richmond Town    The site of Staten Island's remarkable collection of very historic houses. Like Williamsburg, Virginia - only authentic.
18. Hudson River Museum    
19. Huntington Free Library - Native American Collections    A remarkable treasure, formerly located in the Bronx until the Library was financially ruined by the Smithsonian Museum. Blessedly, the Library now resides at Cornell University.
20. Jewish Museum    
21. Long Island Attractions and Places of Interest    
22. Long Island Museum    
23. Louis Armstrong House & Archives    
24. Maritime Industry Museum    Maritime History at Fort Schuyler in the Bronx
25. Merchant's House Museum    
26. Morris-Jumel Mansion    
27. Mt. Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden    
28. Murray Hill Neighborhood Association    Dedicated to the preservation, beautification and improvement of Murray Hill.
29. Murray Hill Neighborhood Association    Dedicated to the preservation, beautification and improvement of Murray Hill.
30. Murray Hill Neighborhood Association    Dedicated to the preservation, beautification and improvement of Murray Hill.
31. Museum of Modern Art Queens    Helpful visitor information
32. Museum of the City of New York    
33. Nassau County Museum of Art    
34. National Academy of Design    
35. National Arts Club    Includes Interior Tour
36. New Jersey Historical Society (Newark)    
37. New York City Contemporary Photographs by Galen Singer    These are interesting photographs by a visitor to New York...well conceived and well executed.
38. nylocations.com - Panoramic Views of New York sites    A remarkable array of 360-degree panoramic images of unusual New York City sites.
39. Ocean Grove Historical Society    
40. Old Bethpage Village Restoration    
41. Old Westbury Gardens    
42. P. S. 1 Contemporary Art Center    
43. Passaic County, New Jersey Historical Society    
44. Photographic Walking Tours of Manhattan Neighborhoods    A wide range of photographic walks throughout Manhattan
45. Queens County Farm Museum    
46. Raynham Hall Museum    
47. Richmond Hill Historical Society    
48. Skyscraper Museum    Includes Downtown New York Webwalk
49. South Street Seaport Museum    
50. Theodore Roosevelt Association    
51. Van Cortlandt House Museum    
52. Vanderbilt Museum    
53. Wave Hill    

Frequently I am asked for a list of my favorite New York web-sites.

Presented here are varied sites, broken up into categories ranging from exceptionally informative to somewhat esoteric (perhaps even eccentric).

Choose a category that interests you and enjoy!
- Justin
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