Indulge your curiosity about the 19th century lifestyle with a special tour of a historic interior.
It may seem a bit early to be planning your Halloween activities, but for many historic sites the season of pumpkins, ghouls and creepy fun means special programs that sell out quickly.
The holiday season goes by quickly, so if you want to dazzle your eyes with the glory of lavish decorations in a historic setting, start making your plans now.
Lived in by just one family for almost 100 years, the elegant brick house on East 4th Street in Manhattan is preserved intact, inside and out. Now the Merchant's House Museum, it offers a window into daily life in early New York.
If you are a peruser of the Brooklyn real estate listings or a fan of Brooklyn domestic architecture you have surely heard frequent mention of pier mirrors as an original feature to envy.