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High Bridge Water Tower & Park
Amsterdam Ave & 174th St
New York, NY

Upper Manhattan really does have it all especially when you add a gorgeous aqueduct and the oldest standing bridge in NYC to the mix. The landmarked High Bridge flows with pedestrians and sightseers where water once did. Nature lovers and architecture junkies shouldn’t miss Highbridge Park and Water Tower for some scenic adventures too! WAHI

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Hudson View Gardens
116 Pinehurst Ave
New York, NY

Is that a Tudor style building in Manhattan?! Your eyes are not deceiving you. This cluster of buildings features beautiful private gardens. Designed by George F. Pelham, it was one of the first cooperative apartment complexes in New York City. WAHI

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I Bike Harlem
242 Lenox Ave
New York
347 470 5279
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Imagenation’s – RAW SPACE
2031 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd
New York, NY 10027
212 340 1874
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The Raw Space on the avenue was created to establish art-house cinema about and for people of color. With an outdoor film festival, readings, exhibits, screenings and other diverse programming, enlightenment isn’t far away.  

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IMPACT Repertory Theatre
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253 W 138th St
New York, NY
212 926 4516
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James Bailey House
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10 St Nicholas Place

This was the home of James Bailey(know Barnum and Bailey Circus?). After serving as a funeral home since the 1950s, this limestone Romanesque Revival home was renovated and restored as a residence in the last decade, and is now a historical landmark.

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La Maison d’Art
259 W 132nd St
New York, 10027
718 593 4108
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La Maison d’Art is the stylish and artistic place to be in New York. Located in Harlem, La Maison d’Art offers the astute visitor a unique experience; from the moment you enter the downstairs gallery you will be immersed in an authentic New York moment. Original, provocative paintings and sculptures created by rising local and international artists adorn all walls and rooms. All rooms and apartments are newly finished, distinctively designed and detailed. Unwind downstairs on the backyard patio, a spacious lounging area on the gallery level. La Maison d’Art, a contemporary home for the artful traveler.

La Maison d’Art Gallery, located on the ground floor, gives you the opportunity to experience art in an intimate, relaxed and personal environment. You will find monthly exhibits from local and international artists, who bring an esthetic vision of artful diversity. The balance of talent and combination of styles, makes La Maison d’Art Gallery the place to fall in love with art.

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Magic Johnson Theater
2309 Frederick Douglass Blvd
New York, NY
212 665 6923
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This is your local Harlem movie theater. First-run Hollywood movies and an occasional art house film (half-price before noon) are what you’ll find at this former NBA great turned entrepreneur’s successful theater chain.

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Mama Foundation for the Arts
149 W 126th St
New York, NY 10026
212 280 1045
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Inspired by the worldwide success of the award-winning Mama, I Want to Sing, the Foundation’s mission is to promote the history of gospel, jazz and R&B for all generations. Executive Director, and Harlem legend, Vy Higginsen provides training and employment to performing artists.

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Manna House Workshops
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338 E 106th St
New York, NY
212 722 8223
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