Culled from a formidable collection of 433,000 maps, this display of creative charts at the New York Public Library shows much more than the City’s subway lines and street grids. Maps in the collection feature stylistic flourishes, bright colors, cartoonish humor and unique themes—like an imagined map of NYC in the 22nd century. See the free exhibit—and through it, a history of the City itself—at the NYPL Stephen A. Schwarzman Building.
New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
Fifth Ave. & 42nd St.Manhattan, NY 10018