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City Hall Station

Une superbe station de métro créé en 1904 mais maintenant abandonné. Auparavant, le train partait de City Hall et se rendait  à Grand Central Terminal. Le prix du billet de métro coûtait seulement cinq sous. Les architectes Rafael Guastavino, George Lewis Heins et Christopher Grant LaFarge, ont construit la station. Ils sont aussi bâti pour St John The Devine.

Comment visiter City Hall Station gratuitement

1) La station se trouve sous Manhattan Municipal Building au coin de Centre Street et Chambers Street. Vous prenez la ligne 6 en direction Downtown.

2) Lorsque le train arrive à la dernière station Brooklyn Bridge – City Hall / Chambers Street, les passagers doivent quitter le train

3) Restez à l’intérieur du train et penchez-vous pour ne pas être vu. Lorsque le métro quitte la station, il passe par la station abandonnée de City Hall. C’est alors que vous pourrez l’observer.

Dream House

The Dream House is a nonprofit, donation-based space Lamonte Young and Mariane Zazeela’s « Dream House » will immerse you in an ever changing world of sound and light.

Evolution Nature Store

A terrific purveyor of natural history objects and curios.


Tiny museum housed in a New York freight elevator specializes in the « overlooked, dismissed, or ignored. »


5 Beekman Street


This beautiful building in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District was empty for decades.


Track 61

This abandoned subway station beneath the Waldorf-Astoria hotel is allegedly used to secretly transport presidents.


The SeaGlass Carousel

Manhattan’s Battery Park has a new carousel, full of spinning, glowing fish.

The MoMath – The Museum of Mathematics


A Pythagorean funhouse that tries, successfully, to prove that math is the coolest thing ever.

 Tannen’s Magic Shop

New York’s first and oldest magic shop

The Earth Room

A room in New York City that contains 250 cubic yards of dirt worth a million dollars.

The New York Federal Gold Vault

More gold than anywhere else ever.

Freedom Tunnel

A tunnel once abandoned now thrives with graffiti art as an off-limits makeshift gallery.

 Houdini Museum

Hidden in an ordinary Midtown building is a one-room museum dedicated to the greatest escape artist.

 The Lexington Candy Shop

The oldest family-run luncheonette in New York still serves food and drinks the old fashioned way, last renovated in 1948.

The Secret Entrance to the Knickerbocker Hotel

An unassuming secret door leads to a legendary watering hole.

The White Horse Tavern

Great place to have a drink and a bite to eat in an atmosphere laden with New York’s Bohemian past.

 Burger Joint

Slyly buy a shake in the Parker Meridien lobby.

Brooklyn Bridge Love Locks

A popular European tradition makes its way to the states on one of America’s most famous bridges.

The Troll Museum

Reverend Jen’s unique museum/living room showcases her troll collection.

Strawberry Field Memorial

Central Park mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, groomed by a Beatles super-fan.


Radio City Music Hall Secret Apartment

Built as a gift to the hottest tastemaker of the time, these hidden quarters remain an Art Deco showpiece.


The Fearless Girl

Wall Street has a new heroine, a bronze statue of a small but fierce girl.


New York’s oldest phone number


Need to book a room at the Hotel Pennsylvania? Just dial up 6-5000.


U Thaunt Island


The smallest island in Manhattan is a manmade landfill dominated by a Buddhist peace arch.



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