(boundaries; S- 96th St.; W- Fifth Ave.; E- Harlem River; N-155th St.)
Known as Spanish Harlem or El Barrio
- MUSEUM FOR AFRICAN ART 1280 Fifth Avenue, Suite 20A New York, NY (212) 966-1313
- THE NATIONAL JAZZ MUSEUM IN HARLEM- 104 East 126th Street, #2D, (212) 348-8300-1
(boundaries: S- 110th; W- Hudson River; E- Fifth Ave.; N- 155th St.)
It was named after the Dutch city of Haarlem, and where the Harlem Renaissance occurred--the great artistic work of the African community.
- STUDIO MUSEUM IN HARLEM- 144 West 125th Street, (212) 864-4500
- SCHOMBURG CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN BLACK CULTURE- 515 Malcolm X Blvd (212) 491-2200
- WEST HARLEM PIERS- St. Clair Place and W. 135th Street
- JACKIE ROBINSON PARK- Bradhurst Ave & Edgecombe Ave, W. 145th To 155th St.
- JACKIE ROBINSON BUST- by Inge Hardison
- BEAR & FAUN - by Edgar Walter
- HARLEM RIVER PARK- Harlem River Drive from E. 131 Street to W. 145th and W. 155th Street to Dyckman St.
- HANCOCK PARK-St. Nicholas Ave., Manhattan Ave., W. 123rd Street
- GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK STATUE- by James Wilson Alexander MacDonald
- MARCUS GARVEY PARK- (previously known as Mt. Morris Park) East 120th to 124th Street
- MOUNT MORRIS FIRE WATCHTOWER- Landmark
(boundaries: S- 135th St., W- Hudson River; N- 155th St.; E- Edgecombe Ave.)
The neighborhood is named after Alexander Hamilton who lived here during the last few years of his life.
- HAMILTON GRANGE NATIONAL MEMORIAL- 414 West 141st Street, between Convent Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue
- THE HISPANIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA- 613 West 155th Street, New York, NY (212) 926-2234
- AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND LETTERS- 633 West 155th Street, (212) 368-5900 (current exhibit March 9 - April 9, 2017)
(boundaries: S- 155th St.; N- Dyckman St.; W- Hudson River; E- Coogan's Bluff)
During the American Revolution War the Continental Army built Ft. Washington at the highest point in Manhattan and this area is named for this fort.
- FORT WASHINGTON PARK- Riverside Drive, Hudson River, West 155 Street to West 179th Street
- J. HOOD WRIGHT PARK- West 173rd Between Haven Avenue & Ft. Washington Avenue
- 3000 A.D. DIFFUSION PIECE- by Terry Fugate-Wilcox
- ROGER MORRIS PARK- Jumel Terr. to Edgecombe Ave., W. 169th to W. 162nd St.
- MORRIS-JUMEL MANSION- oldest surviving house
- JEFFREY'S HOOK LIGHTHOUSE or THE LITTLE RED LIGHTHOUSE- Ft. Washington Park, 178th Street & the Hudson River, New York, NY (video)
- HIGHBRIDGE PARK- West 155th Street and Dyckman Street, Edgecombe Avenue & Amsterdam Avenue
(boundaries: W- Broadway; E- Hudson; N0 W181st St.; S- Dyckman St.)
Built by Frederick Law Olmstead, Jr. (his father built Central Park) and gifted by John D. Rockefeller to the City.
- THE CLOISTERS- Ft. Tryon Park, replica of a medieval monastery, W. 193rd Street; (212) 923-3700 or visit NYC Parks Site
- FORT TRYON PARK- Riverside Drive to Broadway, West 192nd St. to Dyckman Street
- HEATHER GARDEN- 1st Street, a free-outdoor botanical garden
- COLUMNADE- east of Cabrini Drive in T. Tryon Park by Eduardo Ramirez
- MARGARET CORBIN CIRCLE- 190th Street & Ft. Tryon Park
(boundaries: N- Harlem River; W- Hudson River - S- Ft. Tryon Park)
The last natural forest and salt marsh in Manhattan and the most northern neighborhood in Manhattan.
- DYCKMAN FARMHOUSE MUSEUM- 4881 Broadway, (212) 304-9422
- HESSIAN HUT- (reconstructed military hut) Revolutionary War
- INWOOD HILL PARK- Dyckman St., Hudson River, Harlem River South, the last natural forest and salt marsh in Manhattan
- INWOOD HILL PARK- Salt Marshes - around 207th Street
- ISHAM PARK- Broadway, Isham St. Inwood Pk
- ISHAM PARK BENCHES- 6 benches in the park
- ISHAM PARK MEMORIAL- tablet on wall