More from New York City – A Trivia Game

       Here are some more questions from a board game from the late 1980s called New York City – A Trivia Game; I’ll post the answers in a few days:

  1. What two boroughs occupy Long Island’s western section?
  2. Name the five types of Chinese cuisine you can find in Chinatown.
  3. Name the museum noted for its special exhibitions on the Grand Spiral Ramp as well as its excellent collection of impressionist and post-impressionist works.
  4. Back in the 1870’s, what two buildings were considered to be New York’s first skyscrapers?
  5. Mary Mason Jones planned a rich man’s housing project between 57th and 58th Streets on the east side of Fifth Avenue.  What was this known as?

       Come back in a few days for the answers…

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Death on Broadway

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Death in Central Park

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3 Responses to “More from New York City – A Trivia Game”

  1. ryoko861 Says:

    Do you have the instructions to this game by any chance? I have the game, but no instructions. Curious as to the different color question cards.

  2. ryoko861 Says:

    Never mind, they’re on the back of the box! DUH!

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