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Best things to do in Bergen County

History Museum
“The Schomburg Center has dynamic weekly programs, screenings and discussion. This is a venue to definitely visit during your travels to NYC. Located in Harlem, NY. ”
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History Museum
“The best place to find many answer about NYc and known more about New York people I”
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Musée d'art
“The Hispanic Society's Museum will be closed for extensive renovations from January 2017 through the fall of 2019. The collection's presently drawing the highest attendance of any show the Prada's had. Art News calls it, "A poem of a museum." We are huge fans.”
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Library
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Library
“Use it to borrow books, CDs and DVDs. Free wi-fi. Reading salon. Create an account and have any item you want from the catalogue, delivered to this location. ”
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Library
“Great space to work. They have a tea/ coffee shop with occasional live music”
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Library
“ A Gothic Revival landmark open to all visitors, The Cathedral of St. John the Divine hosts daily services, concerts and choral performances, and public tours. Visitors can explore artwork by Keith Haring, 17th-century tapestries, stained-glass windows, gardens and wandering peacocks. The exhibit The Phoenix: Xu Bing at the Cathedral, on view through January 2015, is a feat of engineering and ingenuity. The monumental sculpture is composed of two birds, each weighing 12 tons and measuring nearly 100 feet long, built from construction debris in Beijing, China. They hang suspended in the cathedral's nave.”
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Library
“Free entry. From NYPL website: "George Bruce was an enterprising Scotsman who sailed to the United States before he was 15. Eventually settling in New York, he became a well-known typefounder and inventor of printing machinery. In 1877, Bruce's daughter, Catherine, contributed $50,000 for a library building and books in memory of her father. Completed in 1888, the original George Bruce Library was located on 42nd Street. When the building was sold in 1915, the proceeds were used to build the present-day, handsome, brick and sandstone, Carrere and Hastings-designed building on 125th Street, opened on June 2, 1915."”
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Library
“Local branch of New York public library. Main branch is only 15 minutes away.”
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Library
“New York Public Library with free WiFi internet, books, periodicals and research facilities.”
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Parc
“The park around is perfect for picnic, but this little cove is real hidden treasure. It has a vegetable garden, picnic tables, a water stream, and the lawn is perfect for kids to play of do yoga.”
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Library
“Named for prominent Harlem resident Countee Cullen. Located at the place of the home of Madame CJ Walker, the first African American woman millionaire.”
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Library
“Local library branch. Not much selection, but if you have a library card, you can reserve books online and pick up at this location. ”
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Galerie d'art
“The American Academy of Arts and Letters is an honor society of 250 architects, composers, artists, and writers. The Academy presents two exhibitions annually.”
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