The north end of of the island is called Upper Manhattan. Neighborhoods include Harlem, East Harlem, Sugar Hill, Washington Heights, Hudson Heights, Fort George and Inwood. Upper Manhattan begins at E 96th St on the east side, then above Central Park N, then from W 110th St on the west side and extends to the northern end of Manhattan island.
Upper Manhattan New York City: Hotels & Attractions
One of the most iconic landmarks is the Apollo Theater in Harlem. It has started the careers of some of the most successful African-American musicians including James Brown, Duke Ellington and the Isley Brothers. If you enjoy history and architecture, then you should look into taking a walking tour of Harlem. Other attractions include touring historic properties like the Morris-Jumel Mansion and and the The James Bailey House.