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photo of the George Washington Bridge and Bus Station

Nearby Attractions

The Cloisters - Fort Tryon Park

Phone: (212) 923-3700
Entrance at 192nd Street and Cabrini Boulevard
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Medieval collection, including the Unicorn Tapestries, is housed at this location.

George Washington Bridge

New York side: 179th Street and Fort Washington Avenue, Manhattan
New Jersey side: Hudson Terrace, Fort Lee
Opened in 1931, this two-level suspension span links New York to New Jersey.

Hispanic Society of America

Audubon Terrace at 155th Street and Broadway
Phone: (212) 926-2234
The Society maintains a remarkable collection of paintings by Goya, El Greco and Velázquez, and archaeological and decorative materials from Spain and Portugal, as well as a research library.

Morris-Jumel Mansion

Edgecombe Avenue and 160th Street
Phone: (212) 923-8008
Built in 1765, remodeled in 1810, this French-style wood house, which served as George Washington’s temporary headquarters, contains Georgian, Federal and French Empire furniture. Call for hours.

Saint Francis Xavier Cabrini Chapel

190th Street and Fort Washington Avenue
Phone: (212) 923-3536
A national shrine to America’s first citizen saint. Mother Cabrini’s body is sealed under the altar.

Dyckman House

4881 Broadway and 204th Street
Phone: (212) 304-9422
The last remaining 18th-century farmhouse in Manhattan.

American Academy Arts and Letters

Audubon Terrace at 155th Street and Broadway
Phone: (212) 368-5900
Headquarters of 250 artists, writers and composers elected to membership.

 



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