Have a passion for archeological digs? Like to know what New York City looks like from below the surface? You can experience ... More
New York Unearthed
Have a passion for archeological digs? Like to know what New York City looks like from below the surface? You can experience a view beneath the streets of Manhattan when you visit this small exhibit composed of artifacts found by archeologists and construction workers. There is 5,000 years of New York archaeological history to explore here. Archeologists are actually working inside a glass laboratory; take a peek. There is a small gift shop, but no cafe. Admission here is free. Check website for details.
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