Love NYC Landmarks
New York City is the greatest city for many reasons, including its strength, resiliency and creativity. Evidence of these traits can be found in all of our NYC Landmarks. On March 30, 2020, LPC launched an initiative to celebrate New York City, providing engaging online content about the historic buildings and neighborhoods that make New York a vibrant, beautiful and resilient city. Through our #LoveNYCLandmarks initiative, LPC will share articles, photos, story maps, neighborhood tours, trivia/quizzes, and games and activities for kids and adults in an effort to engage New Yorkers in a joyful discourse about the City’s history and culture, foster civic pride and strengthen our connections to the places we love.
Check out our posts on social media and share your love for NYC Landmarks! You can follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook and LinkedIn.
See highlights of our #LoveNYCLandmarks initiative below
Remembering the Christopher Street Liberation Day March on its 50th Anniversary
Landmarks with LGBTQ Significance on Staten Island
Explore the Central Harlem-West 130th-132nd Streets Historic District from Home
Happy 300th Birthday Lott House
Archaeology at Home: Excavate a Cookie like an Archaeologist!
LPC Launches #LoveNYCLandmarks Initiative to Celebrate New York City
Story Maps and Virtual Neighborhood Tours
Fifty-five Years of LPC
Explore the Central Harlem –West 130th-132nd Streets Historic District
Crown Heights Walking Tour
How well do you know NYC Landmarks (Poetry Edition)
How Well Do You Know NYC Landmarks? (Movie Edition)
How Well Do You Know NYC Landmarks in Movies? (The Sequel)
How Well Do You Know Bronx Landmarks?
How Well Do You Know Brooklyn Landmarks?
How Well Do You Know Manhattan Landmarks?
How Well Do You Know Queens Landmarks?
How Well Do You Know Staten Island Landmarks?
How Well Do You Know Scenic Landmarks?
Test Your Knowledge of NYC's Waterfront Heritage
Interactive Learning Tools
Learn About New York City's African-American History
Learn About New York City Landmarks Associated with LGBTQ History
Activities for Kids (and adults too)
Excavate a Cookie like an Archaeologist
Piecing Together the Past
Archaeology: What am I?