As summer approaches, the end of the historic house tour season draws near.  But fear not!  There are still opportunities to step inside the hidden-in-plain-sight treasures of New York City’s historic neighborhoods.

Explore historic Murray Hill* or head uptown to landmarked Mount Morris Park on Sunday, June 13th (more info on both here; on Murray Hill, see “NOTE” below).


Can’t wait until next weekend for your chance to explore?  Join the Hamilton Heights Homeowners Association (HHHA) this weekend, June 5th and 6th, for a walking tour and house and garden tour!

First on Saturday, June 5th, Michael Henry Adams, noted Harlem historian and author of Harlem Lost and Found, will lead a tour of historic Hamilton Heights.  Then on Sunday, June 6th, the HHHA will host its 21st Anniversary House and Garden Tour.

Stroll though the Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic District, stretching from 135th to 155th Street between Riverside DriveEdgecombe Avenue. This area contains many architectural gems of various styles, such as Flemish, Beaux-Arts, Romanesque Revival, and Tudor among its many townhouses and churches. and

For more information on the HHHA events, click here.

*NOTE: Logistics of the Murray Hill historic district tour have changed.  Please contact the Murray Hill Neighborhood Association for the most up-to-date schedule of sites.

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