Tesla-related places to visit in
New York City
The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in Manhattan, New
York City where Tesla funeral took place on January 12,1943.
The following are places in New York
City that are Tesla-related:
(Photo) Hotel New Yorker &
Tesla commemorative plaque is located at 8th Avenue and 34th Street,
Manhattan. Tesla lived there for the last 10 years of his life,
from 1933 -
January 7, 1943, when he died. The Tesla commemorative plaque placed there on
July 10th, 2001 honored Nikola Tesla's residence in the Hotel.
The plaque is on the 34th
Street side of the Hotel.
(Photo) The Nikola Tesla
Corner is located at the corner of West 40th Street and 6th avenue,
(Photo) Radio Wave Building
located at 49 West 27th Street (between Broadway and Sixth Avenue),
Lower Manhattan. It was the former Gerlach Hotel, where Tesla lived
before the end of the century and experimented with Radio Waves, in
1896. He is the father of radio. A Tesla commemorative plaque was placed
building, in 1977, to honor Tesla's work with radio waves.
The Statue of Liberty, in New York Harbor, with The American Museum of
Immigration located inside the Statue of Liberty. Nikola Tesla was honor with the display of his
photograph at the Museum of Immigration, alongside other famous
immigrants such as Albert Einstein, eminent physicist, David Sarnoff,
radio and television pioneer, Berry Fitzgerald, award winning actor,
Igor Stravinsky, famous composer, George Papanicolau, father of cancer
saving Pap-smear, Enrico Caruso, world renowned singer and other
important people. The Statue of Liberty was not present in New
York harbor when Tesla arrived in New York. The statue was
erected two years later in 1886.
Liberty Science Museum in New Jersey
(across the Hudson by the Holland Tunnel exit), has a Tesla Coil in
action public performance every hour, on the hour.
Map of Shoreham, Long Island
- where Nikola Tesla built the broadcasting system in the world.
Here is a text by Dr. Ljubo
Vujovic about Nikola Tesla related places in New York City.