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  • Bronx Park

    Bronx Park boasts some of the city’s most beautiful outdoor space and ecologically diverse wildlife. A myriad of plants and animals make their habitat along the Bronx River and in the park’s forests. The vastness of the park and the diversity of its flora and fau...

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  • City University of New York - Lehman College
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  • Crotona Park

    Named after the Greek colony of Croton, known for its Olympic athletes, Crotona Park has served the Bronx community steadily since its purchase by the City in 1888.  Among naturalists, the park is widely known for its variety of tree species (28 in all) and gorgeous 3.3-acr...

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  • Ewen Park

    John Ewen was a brigadier general in New York State's National Guard during the Civil War. When the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia invaded Pennsylvania, Ewen and his three regiments were sent to reinforce the Union troops, despite a War Department policy prohibiting s...

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  • Frederick Douglas Academy
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  • Grand Slam Club

     Grand Slam Foundation's mission is to provide children and youth with healthy and safe alternatives in organized sports and through a variety of complementary programs and services in order to assist these young people in achieving their goals on and off the field.Grand Sl...

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  • Hackett Park

    Bound by West 254th Street, Riverdale Avenue, and the Henry Hudson Parkway, this park honors the achievements of educator Dr. Frank S. Hackett (1878-1952). Hackett was born in Albany, New York, the son of Bartholomew, a draftsman, and Elizabeth Clark, a dressmaker. He attend...

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  • Haffen Park
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  • Harlem YMCA

    A significant landmark of New York City African-American culture, the Harlem YMCA is sometimes referred to as the "living room of the Harlem Renaissance." Established in 1901, the Harlem YMCA has remained a cultural steward of Northern Manhattan and continues to serve the ar...

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  • Herbert H Lehman High School
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  • Highbridge Park

    Named after the High Bridge, the city's oldest standing bridge, Highbridge Park was assembled piecemeal between 1867 and the 1960s, with the bulk being acquired through condemnation from 1895 to 1901.Although widely known for its important landmarks, the Highbridge tower and...

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  • Horace Mann High School
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  • Hunts Point Hustle
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  • Kelton Tennis and Ice Skating
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  • Marcus Garvey Park

    A park that nurtures its entire community, Marcus Garvey provides pastimes for children, teens, adults, and the elderly. The two playgrounds are built for all children, including those with disabilities, giving the neighborhood's youngest members hours of fun on the park's s...

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  • Mosholu Golf Course

    Mosholu Golf Course, founded over a century ago as one of the first public golf courses in the United States, has enjoyed a renaissance in recent years with the complete reconstruction of its 9 hole layout in 2007. Among the best conditioned municipal courses in the area, it...

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  • New York Grey Cadets

    On September 2nd of the year 1997 the Legionnaire Greys Cadets were born. They were a product of several long time, well decorated and respected former members of the Washington Gray Cadets Inc. After many years of serving the WGC dating back to 1982 Laguer took his vision o...

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  • Orchard Beach

    Orchard Beach, Bronx's sole public beach, was proclaimed "The Riviera of New York" when it was created in the 1930s. The 115-acre, 1.1-mile-long beach contains a hexagonal-block promenade, a central pavilion, snack bars, food and souvenir carts, two playgrounds, two picnic a...

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  • Orchard Beach and Promenade

    Orchard Beach, Bronx's sole public beach, was proclaimed "The Riviera of New York" when it was created in the 1930s. The 115-acre, 1.1-mile-long beach contains a hexagonal-block promenade, a central pavilion, snack bars, food and souvenir carts, two playgrounds, two picnic a...

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  • Orchard Beach Nature Center

    Directions By car: From the south: take I-95 (Bruckner Expressway) North. Get off at Exit 8B (Orchard Beach/City Island). Go pass the war memorial, over the Pelham bridge, and make the first right at the traffic light immediately following the drawbridge (taking the yield...

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