Take a high-end peek into the past at Moss Mansion Historic House Museum, which occupies the grand sandstone mansion built in 1903 for Preston Boyd ("P.B.") Moss and his family. The palatial home owes its regal design to architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, best known for scheming up such Big Apple landmarks as the original Waldorf-Astoria and the Dakota. Guided and self-guided tours of Moss Mansion reveal its dazzling period fixtures and furnishings, including stunning drapes and Persian carpets. You can also pick up a brochure and map interpreting other historical architecture in the mansion's venerable neighborhood.