MANHATTAN

Want to know what wonderful museums, historical museum houses, sculptures you will encounter in Manhattan's neighborhoods, check the area you want to visit.

LOWER MANHATTAN

includes: Battery Park, Battery Park City, Bowery, Lower East Side, East Village, Chinatown, Little Italy, Financial District

The Hub by Santiago Calatrava, The Hub, Fulton
The Hub by Santiago Calatrava
NY Stock Exchange,
NY Stock Exchange's high relief designed by John Quincy Adams Ward (1830-1910) and Paul Wayland Bartlett

FINANCIAL DISTRICT

includes: Financial District, South Street Seaport, SoHo, Tribeca, Union Square, West Village

MIDTOWN SOUTH

includes: Chelsea, Herald Square, Murray Hill, Kips Bay, Madison Square Park

The Rubin Museum of Art is dedicated to Himalayan art. Donald and Shelley Rubin donated their collection to the creation of this museum.
Sculptures on Court Buildings, Audreu Munson
Appellate Division by James Brown Lord--Model: Audrey Munson

MIDTOWN

includes: Midtown East, Midtown West

UPTOWN

includes: Upper East Side, Upper West Side/Lincoln Center, Morningside Heights, Manhattan Valley/Bloomingdale

The largest museum in the United States.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art by architect Richard Morris Hunt
A favorite for children to climb when frolicking in Central Park.
Alice in Wonderland by Jose de Creeft

CENTRAL PARK & COLUMBUS CIRCLE

includes: Central Park & Columbus Circle

NORTHERN MANHATTAN

includes: East Harlem, Harlem (West), Hamilton Heights, Washington Heights, Ft. Tryon, Inwood

The Audobon Terrace at 155th Street houses the Hispanic Society of America and the American Academy of Arts & Letters. The sculptures are by Anna Hyatt Huntington.
The Audobon Terrace by architectCharles Pratt Huntington
The mall towards the FDR Memorial
Roosevelt Island

THE ISLANDS

includes: Governor's Island, Statue of Liberty National Monument, Roosevelt Island