Take a walk down history’s lane with us as we show you 100 years of the always magnificent New York City.
1903: The Flatiron Building
The Flatiron Building is an iconic New York city landmark and one of the first skyscrapers ever built.
1905 – 1920: The Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. It is a beautiful bridge and walking or biking across is a popular activity.
1930: Ariel View of New York City
New York City from overhead in 1930.
1940s: The Apollo Theater
The Apollo Theater is one of the most beloved theaters in America. Many famous singers and performers such as Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, James Brown and Lauryn Hill launched their careers at the Apollo.
1950s: New York City Skyline
New York City has one of the most beautiful skylines in the world. It’s interesting to see how it looked back in 1950.
1960: Street Scene
It’s interesting to see the fashion of clothes and cars from 50 years ago.
1970: Rockefeller Center at Christmas
There is so much to see at Rockefeller Center, especially at Christmas time when the ice skating rink is open and the decorations are up.
1991: Lower Manhattan
Lower Manhattan’s skyline in 1991.
2008: The Naked Cowboy
Times Square is an amazing New York City experience. It’s filled with billboards, lights, special events and the City’s own Naked Cowboy.