Great NYC Views: Wave Hill

Wave Hill

A Hudson Valley newspaper recently printed a list of six great views in New York City.  The first view they recommend is Wave Hill in the Bronx, a 28 acre cultural center and garden overlooking the Hudson River.

Sights to see, in addition to the magnificent view of the river, are the Wave Hill House (once rented by Theodore Roosevelt’s family, Mark Twain, and Arturo Toscanini), the Abrons Woodlands Trail, the Aquatic Garden, the greenhouses, and the Wild Garden Gazebo.  Also, activities and demonstrations are scheduled throughout the year.

For more information visit their website at   Up next – the Brooklyn Bridge…

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Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

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One Response to “Great NYC Views: Wave Hill”

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