Founded in 1981 by Mayor Edward I. Koch and its charter Board Chair,
Joan K. Davidson, The Gracie Mansion Conservancy is a private not-for-profit corporation established to preserve, maintain, enhance, and enliven Gracie Mansion – one of the oldest surviving wood structures in Manhattan and home to the sitting mayors of New York City and their families since 1942, when the LaGuardia’s arrived as the first official residents.
The Gracie Mansion Conservancy offers an array of programs
from historical Gracie Tours to the Gracie Book Club.
She Persists: A Century of Women Artists in New York
The Gracie Mansion Conservancy launches its second 75 years as The People’s House and residence of New York’s mayors and first families with the addition of 16 new works in a show called New Yorkers at Work and Play.View
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THE GRACIE MANSION CONSERVANCY IS A PROUD MEMBER OF THE HISTORIC HOUSE TRUST OF NEW YORK CITY