Audubon Terrace

Broadway at 155 Street

One of earliest U.S. cultural complexes, and former site of the estate of John James Audubon. Four museums and galleries built between 1904-23, in Spanish Renaissance style, lining a long sculptured plaza. They include the American Academy and Ins... more

One of earliest U.S. cultural complexes, and former site of the estate of John James Audubon. Four museums and galleries built between 1904-23, in Spanish Renaissance style, lining a long sculptured plaza.

They include the American Academy and Institute of Arts & Letters, the American Numismatic Society and the Hispanic Society of America Museum.


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Broadway at 155 Street
New York, NY 10032

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