NYC Uptown or Upper Manhattan denotes the more northerly region of New York City. NYC Uptown is more of a residential area of New York, but it still has a lot of attractions such as the Cloisters, the all famous boroughs of Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. NYC Uptown in New York is more affluent than its northern neighbors such as Manhattanville, Morningside Heights.
The Cloisters NYC Uptown is a museum located in New York. The Museum is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It was built in the 1930s and it resembles architectural elements of several European medieval abbeys. The Cloisters overlooks the Hudson River and the surrounding area was landscaped with gardens planted according to horticultural information obtained from medieval manuscripts and artifacts. The structure include multiple medieval style cloistered herb gardens.
Brooklyn NYC Uptown is the most populous of the five boroughs of New York. Brooklyn was an independent city until it was annexed by New York in 1898. Even today, it continues to maintain a different culture. Many of the Brooklyn neighborhoods are ethnic enclaves where particular ethnic groups and cultures predominate. It is a wonderful place to visit, since it has so many tourist attractions: The Brooklyn Museum, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Coney Island and Prospect Park Zoo.
Spanish Harlem is a section of Harlem in the North-eastern part of New York borough of NYC Uptown Manhattan. The Spanish Harlem is one of the largest predominantly Latino communities. It also includes the area formerly known as Italian Harlem, in which the remnants of a once large Italian community remain.
Bronx is the northernmost of the five boroughs of New York, located in NYC Uptown. Like the Spanish Harlem, there are so many attractions, from parks to museums and shopping districts. Very few people know that Edgar Allan Poe has spent his last years here in Bronx. There is even a house with a plate that commemorates his stay here.