NYC - The Official Guide
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Neighborhoods:

Woodlawn

This woodsy Bronx neighborhood is home to a beautiful 19th-century cemetery that doubles as a national arboretum. The area has a strong Irish-American heritage, evidenced by the many Irish pubs and restaurants along Katonah Avenue.

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Get there
Take the Lexington Avenue 4 train to the last stop, about 45 minutes from Midtown Manhattan. For a faster trip, hop on Metro-North’s Harlem Line from Grand Central Terminal.
Fun fact
Woodlawn Cemetery, a National Historic Landmark known for its ornate mausoleums, is the final resting place of Herman Melville, Fiorella LaGuardia, Duke Ellington and other famed New Yorkers.
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