The city’s northernmost borough is famous for being home to the iconic New York Yankees, the Bronx Zoo (the largest urban zoo in the country) and the lush and beautiful New York Botanical Gardens, but there is much more to explore.
The Bronx is bursting with history. It’s the birthplace of hip hop. It’s home to authentic cuisines, with its own “Little Italy” on Arthur Avenue known for fresh mozzarella and homemade cannolis. And with many museums, prestigious collegiate institutes, and art deco architecture, it’s alive with culture and curiosity
Whether you want to attend a sporting event or explore one of the many museums or parks, the Bronx is perfect for a day trip adventure. Easy access via the 4/5/6 trains from Grand Central and Union Square make it an easy destination.