Event Registration

Jane's Walk 2022: A River Runs Through It: 250 Years of History Along the East River, May 8th, 1 PM
05/08/2022 01:00 PM - 02:30 PM ET


  • Free


Stretching from 57th Street and Sutton Place, through the 60s, this live, guided walk will lead participants through the evolution of Sutton Place, York Avenue and the ever-changing landscape that grew near the banks of the East River. "Meet" the former famous residents of this tony area, visit a 1799 carriage house-turned-museum that once belonged to the daughter of President John Adams, discover the site of the worst maritime disaster in NYC history and learn about one of America's first spies who helped spark a famous spy ring created by George Washington. Once a vast expanse of farmland, that later drew the masses of crowded, lower Manhattan up to the "country" for a relaxing escape, this UES neighborhood brims with historic highlights spanning 250 years. Lace up your sneakers and come discover this vitally important part of NYC.
Event Registration is closed.
Neon CRM by Neon One