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The National Track and Field Hall of Fame
216 Fort Washington Ave
New York, NY
212 923 1803

Need a little inspiration to start that workout routine? Take a trip to the state-of-the-art museum dedicated to the sport of track and field. Start with the short film on the history of the sport and then conduct some “interviews” to get advice from the elite of U.S. track and field. You’ll be beating the pavement before you know it! WAHI

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Trinity Cemetery and Mausoleum
770 Riverside Dr
New York, NY
212 368 1600

Founded in 1842, this is the only remaining active cemetery on the island of Manhattan, offering beauty, tranquility, and serenity in one of Manhattan’s most historic settings. The Cemetery is the final resting place of naturalist John James Audubon, actor Jerry “Lennie Briscoe” Orbach, and former New York City mayor Ed Koch. WAHI

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United Palace Theatre
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4140 Broadway
New York, NY
212 568 6700
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Welcome to Harlem
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145 West 122nd Street, Suite 1
New York, NY 10027
212-662-7779
646-216-8644
Website

Encompassing the area of upper Manhattan starting at 110th Street on the west side to 96th Street on the east side, up to 155th Street, Harlem is filled with unique history, culture, fine dining, and commerce. From Morningside Heights to Randall’s Island, Harlem beckons families, adventure-seekers, investors and entrepreneurs. If you truly want to experience an authentic tour in Harlem, look no further than Welcome to Harlem!

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West Harlem Piers Park
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127th -141st St along St. Nicholas Ave
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