The Grand Concourse, with its wide boulevard and art deco buildings, opened in 1909 as NYC’s response to Paris’ Champs-Élysées. Today you’ll find a vibrant collection of galleries, museums and restaurants here. The Bronx Museum of the Arts explores the multicultural riches of its home borough through its exhibitions, while the Bronx Documentary Center has become a training ground for aspiring photographers and filmmakers. Hip-hop music was born here, and tours show visitors the places where it took root. And, yes, this neighborhood is where the Yankees have played since the days of Babe Ruth.