HISTORIC SITES

244 East 49th Street

Katharine Hepburn Residence

Iconic movie star Katharine Hepburn owned this Turtle Bay Gardens rowhouse from 1931, a year before her breakthrough performances on... Learn More

Residences
HISTORIC SITES

Dag Hammarskjold Plaza

Dag Hammarskjold Plaza / Katharine Hepburn Garden

Many New York City public parks and playgrounds are named in honor of prominent figures in New York City and... Learn More

Public Spaces
HISTORIC SITES

246 East 49th Street

Stephen Sondheim Residence

In 1960, preeminent Broadway composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim bought this rowhouse in Turtle Bay Gardens, which remained his New... Learn More

Residences
HISTORIC SITES

41 East 57th Street

George Platt Lynes at the Pierre Matisse Gallery

George Platt Lynes was one of the great American photographers of the 20th century. His public career focused on elegant... Learn More

Stores & Businesses
HISTORIC SITES

243 W 47th St

Ethel Barrymore Theater

Opened in 1928, the Ethel Barrymore Theater has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators, including Noel Coward,... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

302 W 45th St

Al Hirschfeld Theater (originally Martin Beck Theater)

Opened as the Martin Beck Theater in 1924, this venue has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators,... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

221-233 West 44th Street

Shubert Theater

Opened in 1913, the Shubert Theater has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators, including Cole Porter, Michael... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

235-243 West 44th Street

Broadhurst Theater

Opened in 1918, the Broadhurst Theater has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators, including the play The Green... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

138-146 West 48th Street

Cort Theater

Opened as the Cort Theater in 1912, this venue has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators, including... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

246-256 West 44th Street

St. James Theater (originally Erlanger Theater)

Opened as the Erlanger Theater in 1927 and renamed the St. James Theater in 1932, this venue has staged multiple... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

217-239 West 51st Street

Mark Hellinger Theater (originally Hollywood Theater)

Opened as a movie palace called the Hollywood Theater in 1929 (converted to legitimate theater in 1934) and renamed the... Learn More

Performance Venues