The Bronx: The Ultimate Guide To New York City'S Beautiful Borough (Rivergate Regionals Collection)

The Bronx: The Ultimate Guide To New York City'S Beautiful Borough (Rivergate Regionals Collection)

  • Publish Date: 2015-06-01
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Lloyd Ultan Shelley Olson
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Often overlooked by most tourists and locals alike, the Bronxone of five boroughs that comprise the city of New Yorkis rich in cultural and historical attractions. From the Bronx Zoo (the largest urban zoo in the United States) to the New York Botanical Garden (one of the most visited botanical gardens in the world), this borough has something for everyone. Visitors can explore historical locations (including where George Washington slept and where Edgar Allan Poe lived and worked), watch a game in one of the most famous baseball stadiums in the United StatesYankee Stadiumand sample delicious Italian food in New Yorks real Little Italy on Arthur Avenue and New England style seafood at City Island along the edge of Long Island Sound. Author and foremost historian of the Bronx Lloyd Ultan and educator Shelley Olson have teamed up to create a handy guidebook with detailed maps that will provide all the information prospective visitors need for planning their adventures to famous and little-known sites, including the hours, admission fees, and directions to featured attractions.
The Bronxwhich includes thirty-six color photographsprovides visitors with informative chapters on more than twelve of the boroughs extraordinary destinations as well as self-guided walking tours of some of the most ethnically, architecturally, and historically diverse neighborhoods. History buffs will find beautifully preserved eighteenth- and nineteenth-century homes, the Hall of Fame for Great Americans (which pays homage to many familiar faces in American history), and Woodlawn Cemetery (the final resting place for prominent Americans including Duke Ellington, Joseph Pulitzer, Gloria Vanderbilt Whitney, and Thomas Nast). In addition to the botanical garden, nature lovers can enjoy the beautiful Pelham Bay Park and Van Cortlandt Park. The Bronx also highlights the surprising number of art galleries, museums, and performance venues that visitors are sure to enjoy, further demonstrating the boroughs cultural prominence. .

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