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We’ve compiled the best of the best in New York City - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Stuyvesant Heights


    More than 8,000 Victorian brownstones and row houses line the streets of Bed-Stuy, 825 of which fall in the landmarked historic district of...Read More

  • 2. 75½ Bedford Street

    West Village | House/Mansion/Villa

    Rising real-estate prices inspired the construction of New York City's narrowest house—just 9½ feet wide and 32 feet deep—in 1873. Built on...Read More

  • 3. Bay Ridge Architecture Tour


    Bay Ridge has no shortage of eclectic architecture. Wandering the neighborhood, you'll see everything from one of the oldest freestanding Greek...Read More

  • 4. Dean Street

    Crown Heights | House/Mansion/Villa

    Few residential streets in Crown Heights are as beautiful as Dean Street (especially between Bedford and New York avenues). Unique brownstones...Read More

  • 5. Donald Judd House

    SoHo | House/Mansion/Villa

    A five-story cast-iron building from 1870, 101 Spring Street was the New York home and studio of artist Donald Judd. Although the neighborhood...Read More

  • 6. Edgar Allan Poe Cottage


    The beloved American poet-writer's legacy is detailed at this historic house museum, tucked into a bustling section of the Bronx. The small...Read More

  • 7. Hamilton Grange National Memorial

    Harlem | House/Mansion/Villa

    Founding father Alexander Hamilton and his wife raised eight kids in this Federal-style country home, which he called his "sweet project." Once...Read More

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  • 8. Lefferts Historic House

    Prospect Park | Educational Institution

    A visit to this Dutch Colonial farmhouse, built in 1783 and moved from nearby Flatbush Avenue to Prospect Park in 1918, is a window into how...Read More

  • 9. Merchant's House Museum

    East Village | House/Mansion/Villa

    Built in 1832, this redbrick house, combining Federal and Greek Revival styles, provides a glimpse into the domestic life of the period 30 years...Read More

  • 10. Morris-Jumel Mansion

    Harlem | House/Mansion/Villa

    During the Revolutionary War, General Washington used this wooden, pillared 8,500-square-foot house (1765) as his headquarters, and when he...Read More

  • 11. Old Stone House & Washington Park

    Park Slope | House/Mansion/Villa

    This reconstructed Dutch farmhouse dating to 1699, played a central role in the Battle of Brooklyn, one of the largest battles of the Revolutionary...Read More

  • 12. Victorian Flatbush House Tour


    This biannual self-guided tour happens on even-numbered years and gives design and architecture buffs a look inside turn-of-the-century masterpieces...Read More

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