5 Things to Do in New York City, July 2018

New York is an epicenter of American history, with a rich history of culture, culture, and culture.

Its been called the most culturally diverse city in the world, and that’s because it’s an urban environment where you can find many different kinds of people.

While there are plenty of sights and experiences in New Yorks history, there are some things that are worth remembering about this city.

Here are 5 things to do in New Jersey, including some things you might not have thought of. 1.

New Jersey Historical Society of New York, “Historic” and “Historical Places” section: While the New Jersey State Archives is the official authority for the preservation of historic buildings in the state, it’s also home to an extensive collection of historic sites.

This collection is especially rich in places like Newark, where the statehouse sits on a cliff overlooking the Hudson River.

If you’re visiting, be sure to check out the historical society’s section on historic sites, where you’ll find links to some of the most notable buildings in Newark.

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New York Botanical Garden: While not a national treasure like the Empire State Building, New York’s Botanical Gardens are the only place you can see the entire Garden in person.

With over 100,000 plants, the gardens are home to over 1,300 different species of plants.

The Garden offers visitors the chance to learn about plants from around the world.

The Gardens is also the home of the world-renowned American Botanical Society.

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New Brunswick Historical Society: The oldest continuously operating museum in the United States, the New Brunswick History Museum was founded in 1874.

The museum’s collection of more than 2,000 items, which include artifacts and personal items, is the largest museum collection in New England.

The Museum is open year-round and provides visitors with a broad range of educational, educational, historical, and cultural opportunities.

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Brooklyn Museum: The Brooklyn Museum is a premier museum of African American culture.

The Brooklyn Historical Society has curated exhibits for over 70 years, including exhibitions on the history of the Civil War, slavery, and the African American experience.

This museum also houses the Museum of the American Revolution.

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Boston Museum of Art: The Boston Museum is one of the oldest and largest museums in the nation, located in a historic building in the heart of the city.

Founded in 1891, the museum is one the largest art museums in North America.

Its main attraction is the Art Institute of Chicago, which is home to more than 200,000 works of art, which range from the likes of Salvador Dalí to the great masterpieces of Andy Warhol.

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The American Civil War Museum: This museum is located in Fort Lee, New Jersey and is home, along with the American Civil Liberties Union, to more on the civil rights movement in the U.S. and across the globe.

The building houses more than 150 artifacts, including the Gettysburg battlefields and the Getty Memorial, which was dedicated in 1953 to the victims of the war.

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Boston Maritime Museum: Located in Watertown, Massachusetts, the Maritime Museum was built in 1882 and houses artifacts related to maritime history and commerce.

It’s a collection of artifacts that tell the story of the Boston maritime industry, including ships, boats, and shipswain’s mates.

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New Bedford Museum of Science and Industry: Founded by John and Mary Brantley in 1875, this museum is home not only to their artifacts, but also to the Brantleys’ books, manuscripts, and other materials, which are housed in a historical building.

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Newark Museum of History: Located just south of Newark, NJ, the Newark Museum is home of Newark’s historic downtown.

The Newark Museum includes more than 70 artifacts, ranging from historic furniture to artifacts that relate to the city’s history.

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Philadelphia Museum of Archaeology: Found in the old Town Hall Building, this Museum of Antiquities includes artifacts from the town’s history, such as the first police station in the city, the oldest surviving manuscript of the Old English Bible, and a collection that has been preserved for more than 120 years.

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Washington D.C. Historical Society and the Smithsonian Institution: This group is a group of museums that is home for artifacts, and many of them are well-known.

The Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History is the only museum in America that houses the entire collection of all the artifacts from all of the major wars in the Civil Wars.

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Hartford Museum of Fine Arts: The Hartford Museum is the oldest art museum in Connecticut and the second oldest in the country.

Located in Hartford, Connecticut, the Museum offers visitors a chance to see the work of artists from around Europe, the United Kingdom, and Canada.

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Philadelphia Art Museum: Found on the banks of the Delaware River, the Philadelphia Art and Design Museum