Places that Matter

Place Explorer: Historic Site & Museum

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Revolutionary War Burial Site Red Hook Brooklyn Little known site linked to Revolutionary War
Sandy Ground Rossville Staten Island Community founded by free-blacks in the early 1800s
Siloam Presbyterian Church Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Church thought to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden Livingston Staten Island Cultural center located in former seamen's retirement complex
South Street Seaport Financial District Manhattan Once port and fish market, now historic district, museum, and tourism center
Split Rock Pelham Bay Bronx Giant boulder and century old Pelham landmark
St. Augustine's Church Lower East Side Manhattan Landmarked church that is restoring artifacts of racial segregation for study and education
Staten Island Museum St. George Staten Island NYC's only general interest museum
The Old Stone House and Washington Park Park Slope Brooklyn Site of Revolutionary War battle, located in historic park
Treasures in the Trash Museum East Harlem Manhattan A museum of salvaged trash
Untermyer Gardens Conservancy Manhattan Garden of Eden in Yonkers
Vander Ende-Onderdonk House Ridgewood Queens Oldest Dutch stone farmhouse in NYC
Voorlezer's House Richmond Town Staten Island A 17th century building in historic Richmond Town and the oldest elementary school building in the U.S.
Waterfront Museum Red Hook Brooklyn Historic vessel hosts a lively maritime museum and advocates for waterfront access
Weeksville Heritage Center Weeksville Brooklyn Houses belonging to 19th century free-black community
Wyckoff-Snediker Family Cemetery Woodhaven Queens A 19th century burial site of many of the area's farmers