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      2640 Grand Concourse, Bronx
      History Museum
      • City of New York

        City of New York • March 11, 2013The Edgar Allan Poe Cottage house is now a museum operated by the Bronx County Historical Society and was landmarked in 1966.

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    • 2.
      8.6
      Yankee Stadium, Bronx
      History Museum
      • DM A.

        DM A. • July 29, 2013The exhibits changeva bit so visit periodically!

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    • 3.
      8.2
      Yankee Stadium, Bronx
      Sculpture
      • Randy S.

        Randy S. • March 30, 2011Get to the stadium early to avoid the long line here and take a tour. Take lots of pitctures too.

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    • 4.
      7.9
      895 Shore Rd, Bronx
      History Museum
      • Laura d.

        Laura d. • January 11, 2012Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum is a real hidden treasure in the Bronx...historic house, gorgeous gardens, and some NY political heritage as well....

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    • 5.
      7.0
      190 Fordham St, Bronx
      History Museum
      • Saving Places

        Saving Places • April 26, 2012This museum is in a former public school building that served the community for more than 75 years. The Georgian Revival school was built soon after the island became part of New York City in 1895.

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    • 6.
      6.4
      6 Pennyfield Ave (at SUNY Maritime College), Bronx
      History Museum
      • MetroFocus

        MetroFocus • April 10, 2012Originally built in the wake of the War of 1812, during the civil war, it was used as a prison for Confederate soldiers. Learn about other historic landmarks in NYC on MetroFocus.

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    • 7.
      6.2
      West 181st St. and University Avenue (Hall of Fame Terrace), Bronx
      History Museum
      • Harlem A.

        Harlem A. • December 27, 2014Formerly New York University's uptown campus. It's now part of BCC. A great place to visit for history and architecture without the crowds of those midtown attractions. 98 sculpted busts. A walk!!!

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    • 8.
      7.5
      Grand Concourse (161st Street), Bronx
      Historic Site
      • NYC: The Official Guide

        NYC: The Official Guide • December 26, 2012The Bronx Walk of Fame begins at 161st Street and moves south, paying tribute to some of the many notable personalities with roots in the borough—Colin Powell, Fat Joe, Anne Bancroft and more.

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    • 9.
      9.4
      1040 Grand Concourse (at E 165th St.), Bronx
      Art Museum
      • JC E.

        JC E. • December 25, 2012The Bronx IS beautiful and this museum is awesome (inside and out)

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    • 10.
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      2900 Southern Blvd (Bedford Park Blvd), Bronx
      History Museum
      • Pepito B.

        Pepito B. • June 8, 2014Every Year, Professor Manuel Sierra, And Professor Jose Olivares Compres, Setting Safaris to the Orchids Show, In The New York City Botanical garden, In The Bronx, Really Lovely And Beautiful.

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      3266 Bainbridge Ave (East 208th Street), Bronx
      History Museum
      • NYC Parks

        NYC Parks • October 7, 2013During the American Revolution, the Valentine-Varian House was so close to a series of battles that at various points it wound up occupied by Hessian, British, and American troops.

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      Bronx
      History Museum
      • Ariella

        Ariella • May 12, 2014The tour guides are so knowledgable! I am so glad that this house is still here today and wasn't torn down

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      Van Cortlandt Park Broadway at W. 246th St. (W. 246th St.), Bronx
      History Museum
      • Laura M.

        Laura M. • May 21, 2013We're inside Van Cortlandt Park north of the swimming pool and next door to the Park Rangers.

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      3309 Bainbridge Ave (btwn E 208th & E 210th St), Bronx
      History Museum
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