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Explore the historical links of Gracie Mansion to the City of New York through items featured in the Permanent Collection and Long-Term Loans

GracieConnect! is a digital initiative highlighting Gracie Mansion’s connection to greater New York City. Using items in the Permanent Collection and Long-Term Loans, the interactive map below details the interconnected history of Gracie Mansion with monuments, parks, and other historic sites in New York City.

Navigate through history by visiting each location or create a self-guided walking tour through the city. Either way, we encourage you to learn more about Gracie Mansion and the City it serves.

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Gracie Mansion Conservancy does not imply approval of the listed destinations, warrant the accuracy of any information set out in those destinations, or endorse any opinions expressed therein. Like, Gracie Mansion, all other sites operate under the auspices and at the direction of their respective owners who should be contacted directly with questions regarding the content of these sites.

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Permanent Collection & Long-Term Loans
The Permanent Collection comprises historically significant decorative items and is supplemented by many Long-Term Loans. Items described in this list connect Gracie Mansion to greater New York, its history, people, and various events that shaped today’s New York.

Historic House Trust of NYC
On June 19, 1989, Mayor Edward I. Koch and NYC Parks Commissioner Henry J. Stern gathered at Gracie Mansion with preservationists, historians, architects, and other committed citizens to announce the creation of the Historic House Trust of New York City. Today, NYC Parks and the Historic House Trust manage these 23 publicly owned historic sites.

Under this list, you will find the museums, galleries, and libraries that have provided several artworks and furnishings that informed several past exhibits and bolstered the interior of Gracie Mansion.

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