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Strecker Memorial Laboratory
Southern Roosevelt Island
"Built in 1892 to serve as a laboratory for City Hospital, it was the first institution in the nation for pathological and bacteriological research."
E 88th St (at E End Ave)
"A must see as you walk along the bike promenade/path on the Upper East Side. The path itself is a great way to get exercise and see the sites across to Roosevelt Island and Randall's Island."
"Cool national park small but informative really nice views of the harbor and city."
Hamilton Grange National Memorial
414 West 141st St. (Hamilton Terrace)
"Friendly, knowledgable rangers! For the tours, get to the Grange a at least a few minutes in advance. They do have open self-guided hours as well."
Four Freedoms Park
1 FDR Four Freedoms Park (Roosevelt Island)
"A true hidden gem, this park features monumental architecture with an amazing location in the middle of the East River. The tram across Manhattan is worth it on its own."
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
1255 Hempstead Tpke (at Earle Ovington Blvd.)
"The sausage & pepper hero during an Islanders game is awesome."
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Least Known but Most Rewarding Places in NYC
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