One of Harlem's premier theaters, the Oberia D. Dempsey Theater, often shortened to just Dempsey Theater, is a lively culture and arts space.
This official visitor center is within the foyer of the Studio Museum in Harlem.
The Times Square Information Center is in the landmark Embassy Movie Theatre on Seventh Avenue, between 46th and 47th Streets. Brochures, guides and maps (including multilingual print materials) with information on a variety of museums, performances, events and other institutions throughout New York City are found here.
Daily: 10 am-6 pm The Official NYC Information Center in Chinatown provides visitors with material on attractions and restaurants within Chinatown, as well as information about the rest of New York City. The multilingual staff will provide visitors with assistance and print materials, such as maps and brochures.
Mon-Fri: 9 am-6 pm Sat & Sun and holidays: 10 am-5 pm In the heart of downtown Manhattan, the Official NYC Information Kiosk at City Hall is staffed by friendly information specialists who are pleased to answer questions from visitors. Maps, brochures and other print materials with information about New York City events and sights are available. This Information Center focuses on providing information on the surrounding downtown area, but also has resources on all of New York City. The kiosk is across the street from the famous Woolworth Building skyscraper and a hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus stop. ...
The Ohio Theatre is one of downtown's oldest theaters. This converted factory space high boasts high ceilings, hardwood floors, industrial nooks and crannies, and its landmark loading dock doors. Founded in 1984, the Ohio Theatre presented early works by Tony Kushner, Anne Bogart and Maria Irene Fornes.
OK Harris exhibits contemporary art and photography, and on occasion mounts shows of antiques and collectibles. In it‚ large space, it is able to mount five, one-person shows at a time and has seven such exhibitions in the course of a year. The gallery maintains a complete photographic archive on its exhibitions from the time of its inception, available to students and scholars for research, without reservation.
The imposing Neo-Gothic structure of Old First stands like a cathedral in a medieval city. The building is accented by beautiful stained glass windows with interior decoration that is considered to be one of the finest examples of arts-and-crafts design in the United States.