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Haydn: The Father of the String Quartet

Bloomingdale School of Music  Presents Haydn: The Father of the String Quartet A Free Concert Featuring Violinists Jessica Park and Alana Youssefian, Violist Stephen Goist  and Cellist Shirley Hunt   February 2, 2018…

One: 110th Street Subway Stop

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] The gateway to Morningside Heights by public transportation is the Red line, Number 1 subway stop of 110th Street.  Upon arrival,…

Third Stop: The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] Starting at the 110th Street subway stop, you can begin your tour by walking east along 110th Street to Amsterdam Ave and going…

At Cathedral of St. John the Divine: The Peace Fountain

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] Located next to the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, the Peace Fountain was built in 1985 by Greg Wyatt to depict the struggle…

At the Cathedral of St. John the Divine: The Ithiel Town Building

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] On your visit to the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, be sure to check out the oldest building in Morningside Heights: Ithiel…

Second Stop: Gargoyles and Lobbies

After starting off at a prominent building at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, you may want to take a detour to appreciate the architecture of the residence buildings in the neighborhood. If you're pressed for time, you can skip on to…

Fourth Stop: Columbia University

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] After taking in the magnificence of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and the buildings in the neighborhood, your next stop involves…

Maison Francaise at Columbia University

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] Founded in 1913, the Maison Française of Columbia University is the oldest French cultural center established on an American university…

What's Next?

Now that you've finished visiting the distinguished Columbia University, head to Broadway. There you'll find examples of New York's infamous food truck scene - an excellent dining option for the walking tourist! Grab a cup of coffee and a snack…

Fifth Stop: Union Theological Seminary

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] By walking to the intersection of 120th to 122nd Streets between Claremont Avenue and Broadway, you will find yourself in front…

Sixth Stop: International House and Sakura Park

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] Moving on from the academic institutions in the neighborhood, head up to Riverside Drive along West 122nd to view International…

Seventh Stop: General Grant's Tomb

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] Once you've explored Sakura Park, you can head over to General Grant's Tomb by crossing the street into Riverside Park. The park's…

Eighth Stop: The Riverside Church and the Interchurch Center

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] Exiting from General Grant's tomb, you cannot miss the Riverside Church, located on Riverside Drive and 120th Street where Harlem…

Last Stop: Manhattan School of Music

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] Located on West 122nd Street between Claremont Avenue and Broadway, the Manhattan School of Music (MSM) is a world famous music…

Sakura Park

[geo_mashup_map zoom="16" width="320" height="120" add_overview_control="false" add_map_type_control="false"] Located between Riverside Church and International House, Sakura Park owes its name to the more than 2000 cherry trees delivered…

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