Submitted by ub on Sat, 07/05/2014 - 10:34

Pelham Bay Park: New York City's largest public park, which includes Orchard Beach, The Riviera of NYC. The two photographs above are a good reflection of before and after days of Orchard Beach. Pelham Bay is a fantastic park to ride horses, bike and enjoy at the end of NYC. This NYC city park has a variety of natural habitats including forests, meadows, mixed scrub, salt marsh and also offers a stretch of saltwater for swimming and boating.

City Island: Quaint New England Village that offers something for everyone. Only a mile and a half long and a half mile wide with one main street running down the center of it, City Island is home to New York City's nautical community. Easily accessible via the number six subway. Also the base for City Island Images and Dose Of News:

Botanical Garden: Flora, fauna and a stunning view of The Bronx. This 250-acre showplace of nature is fabulous in every season of the year.

YANKEE STADIUM - 21st Century Version. Everything you heard about the OLD, original "House That Ruth Built" concerning its cramped access from the stands to the food service.

Bronx Zoo is Mother Nature, with Wildlife Areas. The Bronx Zoo is one of the best zoological parks in the world. This 265 acre facility is administered by the renowned Wildlife Conservation Society.

Wave Hill: A non-profit cultural institution that is located on 26 acres in the Bronx, whose mission is to explore the interaction of nature in a quiet escape from NYC.

Woodlawn Cemetery: Peace, Beauty and Serenity in these 400 acres inside the Bronx, this cemetery is known for the ornate and imaginative mausoleums and monuments of some extremely famous Americans.

Arthur Avenue is Little Italy in the Bronx. Go food shopping, or visit the many restaurants and bakeries and you stroll through this European neighborhood.

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts: Offering Broadway shows in The Bronx. This premier concert hall and performing arts venue, featuring a diverse range of music, dance, and theater.

Van Cortlandt Park: This one is NYC's third largest New York City Park with 1,146 acres. Over half of the Park is forested and it has nature trails and plenty of open spaces. The oldest house in the Bronx, this was the homestead of the Van Cortlandt wheat plantation.

Bronx Museum of the Arts: This free, spacious, unique, creative cultural center is definitely worth the visit!. The Bronx Museum of the Arts is an internationally recognized cultural destination that presents innovative contemporary and fine arts.

Bartow-Pell Mansion: This is one hidden gem in The Bronx, with unexpected pleasures. This is a museum, with its splendid Greek Revival interiors, is tucked away in a lovely, quiet corner of Pelham Bay. Once you arrive, you'll want to stay.

Edgar Allan Poe Cottage: This Great Historical Site give visitors a unique glimpse into the writer's life.

Bronx Walk of Fame: Worthwhile visit and take your time the time during your first and second time around. The Hall of Fame for Great Americans: This is also a must see. national historic landmark and a fun place to learn history.

Fordham University Church: This is a beautiful Catholic Church and just one of many locations on the academic campus with a great deal of hidden historic values. Fordham University campus, this Gothic-style church was built in 1845 as a parish church and seminary chapel.

Pelham Split Rock Golf Course: The largest public golf-course in NYC. Offering very different courses and solid track. It was built in 1901, our Pelham Club House is a historic landmark, ideal for Weddings, Social Events, & Corporate Meetings and much more.

Hart Island: You can see it, but can't get there. No visitors are allowed on this 101-acre, uninhabited island, home to Potter's Field, the City Cemetery of New York, where more than a million people are said to be buried.