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Jacob Horn Oct 14
Went up to the attic at Fifth Ave Presbyterian Church yesterday for . The sanctuary's wood structure is housed within the brick exterior of the building, which includes a clocktower. A two-story-high stone weight pulls the clock and has to be re-wound every few weeks.
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Gigi A Oct 14
Inside the historic Central Synagogue, my 9th site this
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Jacob Horn Oct 14
Holding things down at the Frick Art Reference Library today! In the reading room, Helen Frick's dogs are painted above a fresco; the card catalogue, no longer in use, remains structurally necessary. In the lobby, some fossil remains are visible in the Indiana Limestone
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Trudy Sep 18
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Clarisa Diaz Oct 11
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Rockefeller University Oct 14
We’re having a wonderful weekend welcoming visitors at Open House New York! Yesterday hundreds of people from across NYC and beyond came to see our campus and historic buildings. Don’t miss your chance today! We will be hosting free guided walking tours from 10am-3pm.
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Central Park Oct 12
See inside the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre this weekend at : This enchanting structure caught the eye of Central Park co-designer Frederick Law Olmsted, who brought it to the Park in 1877.
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Kate Hinds 15 Oct 17
Went to the archives today as part of . Prepare for a tweetstorm with visuals. 1/
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Open House New York Oct 24
Wonderful time aboard the ’s 19th century cargo vessel, the Wavertree, last night as we thanked site hosts for opening their doors and contributing to a more vibrant, accessible city.
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Lisa Fuhrman Oct 13
Taking advantage of today & got a really great tour inside — and on stage — ! This is why I ❤️ NY.
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Rockefeller University Oct 12
Campus tours kick off tomorrow at 10am as part of ! Students, staff, and researchers will lead visitors through Rockefeller’s 14-acre campus, discussing historical scientific achievements and research efforts currently underway. Details here:
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Rockefeller University Oct 16
Thank you to the 700+ visitors who joined us for our behind the scenes tour during ! We hope you enjoyed your visit. And a big thank you to our amazing volunteers who made it all possible!
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Dana 14 Oct 17
Church of the Transfiguration aka The Little Church Ariund the Corner.
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Square Roots Oct 14
Huge thanks to everyone that stopped by the Square Roots farming campus last Saturday as part of . This is our second year participating in @openhousenewyork, and just like last year, we had so much fun discussing urban farming with some amazing New Yorkers!
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Anne-Claire Legendre 10 Oct 17
For the very first time the opens its doors for . Don't miss it!
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Governors Island Sep 18
Just announced! Join Oct 13-14 as opens up the South Battery to the public! Built as one of the key fortifications on the Island to protect Buttermilk Channel, in 1939 it became an Officers Club with a grand ball room. 📸 by Ann Buttenweiser
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Debbie Ullman 16 Oct 17
I think the Central Repair Shop beat out Rite Aid this year in getting out the Xmas decorations first.
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Jessica Niestzche Oct 14
First stop this morning on : the stunning Eldridge Street Synagogue, built in 1887 and restored in the early 2000’s. Just gorgeous.
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Turnstile Tours 13 Oct 17
Tomorrow ONLY, 12-5pm, 45 studios, workshops & factories in will be open for . Visit BLDG92 for a map and info
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Seaport Museum Sep 30
Join us for a fascinating conversation on Thurs., Oct. 11 to learn how, , , the Seaport Museum interact with the public, while simultaneously dealing with historic preservation. . Tickets:
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