Think you have seen everything in New York? Think again. A tour of the city name twice lifts a veil of secrets.
New York is the city famously of names, sayings, tourist attractions, attitude, and historic moments consider hidden secrets.
Beneath the city has hidden gems waiting to reveal the next time if it's okay for tourists to enter, and New York is one of those cities for secrets to unveil include a German spy terrorist, train cowboys, and others.
Smithsonian Channel journey back far years before TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, and others in history from the Stature of Liberty, landmarks to the skyline as discover stories about the past and where the hidden gems in the present.
Within Searching For Secrets episodes, audiences transport onto the busy streets of famous cities across the world exposes the history. In the series opener, tour the city of New York never before as history unveils characters and stories as experts travel through uptown, downtown, underground behind the notable landmarks, hidden door, why you can't climb the torch of Lady Liberty, the huge pile of rock connected to the city's grid system and well-known skyline.
Production took under Bigger Bang Communications, Saloon Media, A Blue Art Studios Canada Company. Executive producers Iain Riddick, Ben Bowie, Julie Chang, Michael Kot, and John Cavanagh.
A wholly view at New York told through landmarks and infamous characters set to air a world broadcast premiere on Smithsonian Channel, Sunday, June 6 at 9 p.m. eastern and pacific time.