This is a good introduction to famous Americans that would be an excellent experience for new immigrants or children up to teen age.
We had a guided tour of the Hall of Fame as well as the old NYU library which was also designed by Stanford White and the new library designed by Robert Stern. Our guide was most knowledgeable about the 100 or so people selected for this honor. You discover important people in fields that have made significant contributions to our... 更多
This place is located in the Bronx Community College campus and its amazing walking through it. Inspirational knowing all those face statues and their names plus what they had done. It makes you feel like you can take on the world.
The Hall of Fame for Great Americans (1892-1912) is a neo-Classical arcade, not a "hall," situated within Bronx Community College, CUNY (City University of New York). Here are the busts of dozens of famous Americans, in various fields, including statesmen, artists, authors, soldiers, scientists and others. Commendably, the roster includes, in addition to the predictable busts of Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses... 更多
Perched atop the Bronx this is an interesting visit for history buffs. Quiet and secluded for a lovers stroll, cool in the summer, but wrap up warm in the winter months! Visit the rest of the buildings open to the public on the campus while you're there.
I had to walk through this because construction was going on in the school and honesty i walk through it daily because its a good place to look at the people in the hall of fame.
Located on the campus of Bronx Community Collge (the former home of NYU - New York University, before it moved to Manhattan in the 1970's), this entire campus - but especially the Hall Of Fame, is a secret, completely unknown GEM of history and architecture, located in the Bronx. I only stumbled onto it, by coincidence, years ago - it... 更多
The walk of fame is inside of the Bronx community college. It is a fascinating site with a rich history. While there make sure to tour the campus as there is lots of history on the campus including parts of the Manhattan project. In the evening the views of Manhattan and the George Washington bridge are breath taking.
Use to be NYU campus now hostos community college there are bust of all the famous luminaires of American culture and the grounds are beautiful one of the gems of the Bronx
Haven't been here in a while but I went to a high school that was located on this campus and I loved going here to look at the busts and learn about the ones I didn't know. Nice long walk.