Park Avenue Armory

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This massive structure dates back to the late 1800s, when it was created as the ultimate boys' club. Intricate, wood-paneled rooms surrounded a giant drill hall used by volunteer militia. More recently, the Park Avenue Armory has played host to more modern exhibitions: a painting created by motorcycles, a Tori Amos concert and the Royal Shakespeare Company, to name a few. The building fills an entire City block on the Upper East Side, and offers a hard-to-find (in Manhattan, at least) raw space that can be utilized by everyone from artists to antique dealers.

643 Park Ave
Manhattan, NY 10065
  (212) 616-3930
  Hours: Tue–Thu 1–7:30pm; Fri 1–10pm; Sat, Sun noon–7pm



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