11 NYC Spots You Probably Don't Know Exist

Listen, we know you know the city like the back of your hand--even the "secret" spots. The whispering corner in Grand Central? Old news. Please Don't Tell inside Crif Dogs? Been there, done that.

But even we were surprised to discover some of these blink-and-you'll-miss-them, downright hidden spots around the city, from to a discreet cemetery behind a hotel to a bomb shelter under a bridge.

A Bowling Alley At The Frick Collection Mansion. Read more.

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A Grain Elevator In Red Hook. Read more.

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A Train Platform Under The Waldorf Astoria. Read more.

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A Brownstone Subway Station. Read more.

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A Lenin Statue In The East Village. Read more.

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A Boat Graveyard In Staten Island. Read more.

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A Cold War Bomb Shelter Under The Brooklyn Bridge. Read more.

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A Piece Of The Berlin Wall In Midtown. Read more.

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North Brother Island. Read more.

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The Cemetery Behind The Bowery Hotel. Read more.

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The Abandoned City Hall Subway Station. Read more.

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