The National Arts Club
The New York Landmarks Conservancy was pleased to offer its Professional Circle members an exclusive architectural tour of The National Arts Club’s Tilden Mansion. Designed in 1882-84 by famed architect Calvert Vaux, the Tilden Mansion is recognized as a nationally important structure, which is reflected by its National Historic Landmark status. The club’s mansion headquarters was designated a New York City landmark in 1966.The mansion’s façade and interiors are a prime example of the Aesthetic Movement architectural style. We would like to thank all of the tour guides and the National Arts Club.
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Throughout the year, Circle tours go behind-the-scenes of some of New York’s most interesting historic properties. Some tours require hard hats to visit projects during restoration, while others showcase completed restorations of commercial buildings, residences, museums, churches, and synagogues. On occasion, conservators, engineers, and craftspeople open their studios to our Circle members.