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115th Street Branch-New York Public Library

Mon & Wed: 12 pm-7 pm Tues & Thurs: 11 am-6 pm Fri & Sat: 10 am-5 pmThe 115th Street branch of the New York Public Library, built with funds given to the city by Andrew Carnegie, opened in 1908. A three-floor building, its distinctive facade and enduring elegance inspired its designation as a New York City landmark building. The New York City Landmarks book describes it as 'an uncommonly rugged and handsome structure designed by McKim, Mead & White in the rusticated Italian palazzo style.' Old-fashioned in character, the library is furnished with lovely wooden display cases positioned along the wall ...

120 Wall Street

120 Wall Street is a skyscraper in Wall Street, New York City.

125th Street Branch-New York Public Library

Mon & Wed: 12 pm-6 pm Tues & Thurs: 12 pm-7 pm Fri & Sat: 11 am-5 pmThe 125th Street Branch has served East Harlem since 1904. Designed by McKim, Mead and White, this impressive building was built with funds from a grant by Andrew Carnegie. The first floor ceiling is divided into four vaulting, concave sections. The first floor has collections for adults and teenagers. The children's room is on the second floor. Reflecting the cultural diversity of the neighborhood, the 125th Street Branch offers books and magazines in English and Spanish.In addition, the library boasts a strong African-American Heritage collection. ...

583 Park Avenue

583 Park Avenue is a magnificent New York event venue reminiscent of a bygone era. Now available to host galas, weddings, corporate events, and more.

58th Street Branch-New York Public Library

Mon & Wed: 11 am-7 pm Tues & Thurs: 10 am-6 pm Fri & Sat: 10 am-5 pmThe 58th Street Branch of the New York Public Library opened on May 10, 1907. Once housed in a Carnegie building it now occupies part of two floors of an office tower. The first floor is accessible to persons who use wheelchairs. A multi-use meeting room, available for community group meetings and library programs is located on the second floor.For more information on the branch, click here.

67th Street Branch-New York Public Library

Mon & Wed: 11 am-6 pm Tues & Thurs: 11 am-7 pm Fri & Sat: 10 am-5 pmThe 67th Street Branch was one of the Carnegie branches built with funds donated to the City of New York by Andrew Carnegie. The branch was designed by Babb, Cook & Willard, one of three architectural firms selected to design the Carnegie branches. It was built, in agreement with the previous owner's wishes, to resemble the Yorkville Branch.In 2005 the 67th Street Branch reopened after a renovation, its first since the 1950s, that refurbished the library's architecture and modernized its access and services. The original ...

9/11 Memorial Museum

An educational and historical institution honoring the victims and examining 9/11 and its continued global significance.

9/11 Memorial Preview Site

Through models, renderings, films and time-lapse images, the public can learn about the future National 9-2011 Memorial and Museum and view construction progress at the World Trade Center site.

96th Street Branch-New York Public Library

Mon - Thurs: 10 am-7 pm Fri & Sat: 10 am-5 pmBridging the neighborhoods of Yorkville and East Harlem, the 96th Street Branch has been a vital center of information, learning, and recreation to a diverse community since it opened in September 1905. One of the 65 libraries built with funds donated to New York City by Andrew Carnegie, the library was designed by the noted architectural firm of Babb, Cook and Willard. Both beautiful and functional, the interior is distinguished by tall arched windows, lofty ceilings, wide staircases, and dark oak bookshelves. A renovation in 1991 considerably expanded the space ...

African Burial Ground National Monument

In May 1991, the General Services Administration unearthed the skeletal remains of nearly 400 individuals of predominantly African ancestry while preparing to erect a building in Lower Manhattan. The building was stopped, but these remains are on view in an interpretative center exploring the history of African-Americans in colonial New York.