Trinity Cemetery

Trinity Cemetery

Trinity Cemetery helped to shape the history of northern Manhattan to what it is today. Many of the persons whose remains are interred here shaped not only the history of the area but that of the United States. The area’s

John James Audubon

John James Audubon

John James Audubon is best noted as a naturalist and an artist of life-size paintings of birds. Born in Haiti on April 26, 1785, Audubon had given several accounts of his birth, but records discovered in the early part of

Church of the Intercession

Church of the Intercession

The Church of the Intercession, on 155th Street and Broadway, is the finest example of early 20th century Revival or Neo-Gothic architecture in New York City. The present site of the church is the third of a series of locations

George Washington Bridge Bus Station

George Washington Bridge Bus Station

The one building that has changed the demographics of Washington Heights and Inwood is located on Broadway and 178th Street. The George Washington Bridge Bus Station was initially conceived, constructed and opened to replace the sidewalk depots near Columbia Presbyterian