Glass Bottle Beach at Dead Horse Bay is situated at the former location of Barren Island, a little island in Jamaica Bay with a fascinating history. Today, treasure-seekers can sift through 100+ years of NYC history. Read on to learn more about what you’ll find at this fascinating place!
The beautiful and long-abandoned Times Square Theater will soon be demolished. Get up close and personal with this 100-year old theater and learn about its history and future!
Some of Manhattan’s finest chefs are sourcing produce from an indoor hydroponic farm in TriBeCa called Farm.One. Learn how to visit Farm.One, where you can sample various plants and flowers and learn how best to use them in cocktails and cooking!
Do you know what happens after you brush your teeth, wash your dishes, or flush your toilet in NYC? Well, learn how you can tour the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, and you’ll find out just what happens and where all that water goes!
Drink beer from a handmade glass while watching artisans create EVEN MORE handmade glass at Hot Glass, Cold Beer at Brooklyn Glass in Gowanus.
As the saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. And former trash collector Nelson Molina has spent decades turning New Yorkers’ trash into a fascinating museum! Read more to learn how you can visit this incredible place yourself.