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At the northern tip of Manhattan, on four acres more reminiscent of France than America, you can find a spectacular afternoon of delight in the Medieval collection of art and architecture gifted to the city in 1925 by John D. Rockefeller. These Medieval French Cloisters in arts, artifacts, and architecture provide a refreshing break from the pace and heat of the city.
99 Margaret Corbin Drive @ Fort Tyron Park
Last Modified: Thursday Aug 21 2008
Gramercy is a small residential neighborhood filled with young families with children, dogs, or children and dogs, centered on Gramercy Park, a locked space between 20th and 21st Streets, Park Avenue South, and Third Avenue. The gated park is for the residents of the square, including the National Arts Club and the Gramercy Hotel. The lovely little street that abuts the park from the south, Irving Place, is the area’s own Restaurant Row.