Booo! Eeek! New York City is crawling with all kinds of spooks and apparitions! There are loads of creepy cemeteries and haunted buildings, with stories of ghost sightings throughout the city’s history. Why, in Washington Square Park alone, over 15,000 people are buried. They sure did hang a lot of people there.
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Central Park keeps New Yorkers sane. Within its 843 acres of man-made greenery are countless hidden gems, attractions, fountains, statues, archways, movie scenes and and staples of New York iconography. But how well do you really know it? Put your knowledge to the test and win!
Race through endless corridors and discover hidden secrets about exhibits on everything from the origins of life, dinosaur fossils, the inner workings of planet Earth, our oceans, our journey into space, life in the jungles of Africa to the Arctic circle, ancient peoples, places and cultures, magnificent minerals, gem stones, and fascinating creatures.
All aboard for this classic Secret City Adventure, inside one of New York’s most distinguished landmarks. Explore Grand Central Terminal like you never have before and discover where the past meets the present. The terminal is alive with the hundreds of thousands of people passing through it each day. But how many really stop to […]
The Met is a must-see! Roam the corridors of Egyptian artifacts, explore the Temple of Dendur, search for secret carvings in ancient Greek columns, examine famous paintings for hidden details–art, history, and culture! The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a maze that you could easily get lost in for an afternoon, that is, if you […]
Did you know there are hundreds of art galleries in Chelsea? All year long, new exhibits of all kinds appear, by all sorts of artists (known and unknown). Classical paintings, modern art, funky, strange, bizarre sculptures, installations, photography and more! There’s no end to the interesting and provocative exhibits on display in the Chelsea galleries!
NYC is full of incredible Gothic cathedrals. It seems like each denomination has its own beautiful, ornate, old world house of worship representing it. Explore the giant spires, cryptic graves, haunting stained glass windows, majestic statues, tombs of past notables, and fascinating history of NYC’s most famous cathedrals!
The Brooklyn Museum is one of the largest and oldest museums in the country, featuring art from a vast span of cultures around the globe, with everything from ancient to contemporary paintings, photographs and installations. Step outside of Manhattan and take a closer look at this gem.