NEW YORK – The National Arts Club

The historic Samuel Tilden Mansion is the current home of the National Arts Club. In 1906, when the Club outgrew its first home on 34th Street, Spencer Trask, a financier, philanthropist and NAC Governor, helped the Club acquire the historic Samuel Tilden Mansion as its new home. The Tilden Mansion occupies 14 and 15 Gramercy Park South; both houses were built in the 1840s; and the original flat-front, iron-grilled brownstones matched the style of the homes still maintained on the west side of Gramercy Park.

Over the years, The National Arts Club has been used for several prominent film and television productions, including Age of Innocence, Kramer vs. Kramer, Boardwalk Empire, Z – The Beginning of Everything,  Revel in the Rye,  Time Out, Gotham,  Ring Twice for Miranda,  Law & Order SVU, History Channel,  CBS This Morning Interview, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Windows of the World,  Jimmy Choo, Billions, Vulture Club and American Horror Stories.