Travel gurus GloboMaestro recently visited the New-York Historical Society, and it looks like they had a great time! Check out their video below, and tell us, what's your favorite object at the New-York Historical Society?
In this series we ask some of our friends what they’re reading to discover what the teachers want to learn, and what we can learn from their choices. This week we hear from Dr. Richard Rabinowitz, curator of Revolution! and Founder and President of the American History Workshop. He'll also be discussing the transitional history of the Atlantic world at The Age of Revolution: A Whole History.
For four years and more, preparing for the New-York Historical Society's Revolution!...Read More
This year, the historic Grand Central Terminal turns 100. Designed by the architectural firms of Reed and Stem and Warren and Wetmore, the Beaux-arts style building serves as a transportation hub and tourist destination, with its elaborate astrological ceiling and iconic concourse clock. But New York City was already a destination by 1913. What was at 42nd and Park before Grand Central Terminal was built?
That intersection was still where trains from the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad,...Read More
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New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street)
New York, NY 10024