The museums of New York

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Joel Fulleda
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Index

  • 1. Museum of Modern Art, MoMA (e MoMA PS1)
  • 2. Guggenheim
  • 3. Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)
  • 4. American Museum of Natural History
  • 5. 9/11 Memorial e Museum
  • 6. Whitney Museum of American Art
  • 7. Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum
  • 8. Morgan Library & Museum
  • 9.Brooklyn Museum
  • 10. Madame Tussauds New York (wax museum)
  • 11. Frick collection
  • 12. Museum of the City of New York

New York is home to some of the most important museums in the world, capable of thrilling, interesting and entertaining even the "non-connoisseurs".



Returning from a vacation in the Big Apple, you will probably hear yourself ask, “Have you visited MoMA? And the snail-shaped Guggenheim? And the natural history museum, the one in the film? "

But how many museums are there in the Big Apple? About 100, and for all tastes: large, small, famous or less known, traditional or interactive.

You will surely want to visit more than one: in order not to spend a fortune, remember that in many cases the entrance is included in the passes for New York.

We introduce you now the best 12 museums of the Big Apple: some are found in the elegant Museum Mile, an elegant area of ​​Fifth Avenue, between 82nd Street and 105th Street.

1. Museum of Modern Art, MoMA (e MoMA PS1)

Il moma, Museum of Modern Art, is a museum of modern and contemporary art of global significance, a must see!



Visiting it means having a lot of creativity (the museum has five floors!): The collection of paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, sculptures, photographs, multimedia elements is vast, and the art is gutted with an all-round approach.

In addition to the famous headquarters in Midtown Manhattan, since 2000 the MoMA has had a second office in Queens, il MoMA PS1, specialized in the contemporary branch.

The works not to be missed

The works of exceptional artists such as Cézanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Picasso, Boccioni, De Chirico, Chagall, Kandinskij, Matisse, Frida Kahlo, Pollock and Andy Warhol are exhibited at the MoMA.

Among the works not to be missed, we recommend:

  • Picasso's painting Les demoiselles d'Avignon, from 1907, with which the artist abandons naturalism to move to cubism
  • the sculpture of the futurist Umberto Boccioni Unique forms of continuity in space. Does this name remind you of any image? Look at the work here and you will certainly recognize it: you have already seen it in our 20 cent coins
  • the Starry Night by Van Gogh, painted during the period in which the artist was hospitalized in the psychiatric hospital of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
  • The Dance (I) by Matisse, a dynamic painting that suggests the continuous movement of human life
  • The Persistence of Memory, oil on canvas by Dalì, with the famous soft clocks
  • Water Lilies by Monet, depicting the Japanese-style water lilies of the pond that Monet himself grew on his property in France
  • One: Number 31, a 1950 masterpiece by the expressionist Pollock, which the artist painted with the canvas resting on the floor
  • 32 Campbell's Soup Cans by Warhol, made with a partly mechanized screen printing technique

Practical information

→ Museum of Modern Art (MoMa)

Address

11 W 53rd Street (per la precisione, tra la Fifth Avenue e la Sixth Avenue o Avenue of the Americas).



Opening Hours

Open every day from 10.30 at 17.30.

Friday open until 20.00.

Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Pricing

  • Adults $ 25
  • > 65 years $ 18 (with ID)
  • Students $ 14
  • <16 anni: ingresso gratuito

Free admission every Friday from 16.00 to 20.00.

Buy tickets. Admission to this facility is also included in the passes.

An important information for vacationers who will be in New York between June 16 and October 20, 2019: at that time the museum will be closed for construction. Those who arrive later will be very lucky: MoMA will reopen with new galleries that promise to be beautiful, and new spaces for performances and events.

How to reach us

By metro line E, 5th Avenue - 53rd Street stop.

If, on the other hand, your hotel is in the Times Square area, you can easily get there on foot.

→ MoMA PS1

Address

22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City.

Opening Hours

Open from 12.00 to 18.00.

Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year days.

Pricing

  • Adults $ 10
  • > 65 years $ 5 (with ID)
  • Students $ 5
  • <16 anni: ingresso gratuito.

New York residents also get in for free.


MoMA PS1 tickets at full price entitle you to a discount equal to the amount of the entrance ticket to the Museum of Modern Art.


How to reach us

By underground lines E and M, to Court Square - 23 Street Station.

MoMA - Museum of Modern Art

2. Guggenheim

This important museum, dedicated to modern and contemporary art, is the first created by the Salomon R. Guggenheim (tycoon and art collector). He also has offices in Venice, Bilbao and Abu Dhabi.

Even more than the works of art it houses, what made it famous is its circular building, inaugurated in 1959 and the work of the architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

The building, white and relatively low, especially when compared to the skyscrapers of New York, is structured as an inverted spiral, which rises from the ground floor and widens as if it were a ribbon unrolled to the end of the building.

Inside, still a triumph of white, the famous - and much photographed - central dome that holds everyone with their heads up, and the works - in limited numbers - displayed on the rounded walls.

You can go up with the elevator and then go down the ramps, following the spiral.

The works not to be missed

The Guggenheim exhibits works by artists of the caliber of Chagall, Kandinsky, Mondrian, Picasso, Manet, Van Gogh, however the museum's exhibition itinerary changes throughout the year, so before visiting it it is advisable to check on the museum's website which are the exhibitions in progress.

The work that no one gets lost is, of course, the building that houses the museum, which after much discussion has become a symbol of contemporary architecture and of the city of New York.

Practical information

Address

1071 5th Avenue (this museum is located on the Museum Mile).

Opening Hours

Monday 10.00-17.30
Tuesday 10.00-20.00
from Wednesday to Friday 10.00-17.30
Saturday 10.00-20.00
Sunday 10.00-17.30

Pricing

  • Adults $ 25
  • Students and over 65 $ 18 (with ID)
  • <12 Anni ingresso gratuito

On Saturday, from 17.00 pm to 20.00 pm, admission is by free offer.

Buy tickets. Admission to this facility is also included in the passes.

How to reach us

By metro, with lines 4, 5 or 6 the closest stop is 86th Street.

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3. Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)

A large museum, which houses almost three million works of art and artifacts and extends over five hectares of land.

Comfortable shoes, therefore, because there is so much to walk and see!

Al With you will retrace the period of classical antiquity and ancient Egypt, you will admire the works of the great European masters of painting and sculpture, you will dwell on the works of modern art and of the United States.

There are also many reconstructions of interiors and Byzantine, Islamic works of art from Africa, Asia, Oceania, as well as collections of musical instruments, period clothing, weapons and armor.

Workshops, events, temporary exhibitions contribute to making the Met a museum with a “dynamic” life.

Not satisfied with the vast exhibition of the main office, the Met, it has also activated "detached offices":

  • The Cloisters (the Cloisters), focused on the medieval age. This exhibition site consists of original structures from churches and cloisters in Europe
  • Il Met Breuer, which hosts exhibitions and temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. 

The works not to be missed

Among the many works of the Met on Fifth Avenue, we suggest not to miss:

  • The painting Adoration of the Shepherds by Andrea Mantegna
  • Di Giotto, Adoration of the Magi
  • By Vincent van Gogh, Self-portrait with a straw hat
  • Di Jackson Pollock, Autumn Rhythm (n.30)
  • The Temple of Dendur from the Egyptian collection
  • The Egyptian Hippo who is also the museum's mascot!

Practical information

Address

  • The Met Fifth Avenue: 1000 5th Avenue (is the main office, located in the Museum Mile)
  • The Cloisters: 99 Margaret Corbin Drive – Fort Tryon Park
  • The met breuer: 945 Madison Avenue

Opening Hours

→ The Met Fifth Avenue

Open every day.

  • Sunday to Thursday: 10.00 - 17.30
  • Friday and Saturday: 10.00 - 21.00

→ The Cloisters

Open every day.

  • From March to October: 10.00am - 17pm
  • From November to February: 10.00am - 16.45pm

→ The Met Breuer

  • From Tuesday to Thursday: 10.00 - 17.30
  • Friday and Saturday: 10.00 - 21.00
  • Sunday: from 10.00 - 17.30

Closed on Monday.

Pricing

  • Adults $ 25
  • Ages 65 and over, $ 17
  • Students (with valid ID) $ 12
  • Children up to 12 years, free admission

Tickets include admission to exhibitions and are valid for three consecutive days at The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer and The Met Cloisters.

Buy tickets. Admission to this facility is also included in the passes.

How to reach us

This official page of the Met website contains very detailed information (almost step by step) on how to reach the museum premises by metro, bus or other means.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

4. American Museum of Natural History

It is one of the most important natural history museums in the world!

Founded in 1869, theAmerican Museum of Natural History it is housed in an imposing neo-gothic structure next to Central Park, occupies four blocks and is spread over four floors (plus one underground).

Loved a lot by adults and very much by children, it traces the history from the origins of the world to today, through meticulous reconstructions of environments, interactive and audiovisual elements, and an immense amount of finds.

If you love sciences such as anthropology, biology, zoology, ecology, astronomy, geology, this is the museum for you.

To get an idea of ​​its size, consider that over 1.200 people work here (and you will probably remember that Ross, one of the protagonists, also worked there in the first series of the telefilm Friends!).

To amplify the interest in the American Museum of Natural History we thought the hilarious film "Night at the Museum" with Ben Stiller (whose sequel is instead set in the Smithsonian in Washington DC).

The works not to be missed

What works to see absolutely?

It depends on your preferences and which branch of science you are most passionate about. Here are some ideas:

  • The famous section dedicated to Dinosaurs, which is located on the top floor. Skeletons and fossils galore!
  • The huge whale hanging in the Ocean Life section: this reproduction is almost 30 meters long.
  • Skeleton of Lucy, a lady who lived over 3 million years ago.
  • The two meteorites rained down from the sky in the Arthur Ross Hall of Meteorites.
  • Patricia Emerald, one of the greatest emeralds of the world: 632 carats! It was found in Colombia (and Patricia, who was she? The daughter of the mine owner).

Practical information

Address

Central Park West & 79th Street.

Opening Hours

Open every day from 10.00am to 17.45pm, except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Pricing

  • Adults $ 23
  • Students (with ID) $ 18
  • Senior (60+) $ 18
  • Children (ages 2-12) $ 13

Prices are higher if you want to visit one or more temporary exhibitions in addition to the permanent exhibition.

Buy tickets. Admission to this facility is also included in the passes.

How to reach us

By metro:

  • 81th Street stop, line B (weekdays only) or C
  • 79th Street stop, line 1

By bus: lines M79, M7, M10, M11, M86 and M104.

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5. 9/11 Memorial e Museum

The museum and the memorial, 9/11 Memorial & Museum, were made in memory of the victims of the 11/XNUMX attacks and to remind the world of the gravity of those events.

One part develops outdoors: it is the memorial, opened in 2011, a silent place embellished with oaks in which two large square-shaped tanks stand out.

Their location is not accidental: they were placed where the foundations of the Twin Towers were.

The museum, next to the memoral, opened in 2014.

The works not to be missed

  • Le tubs of the memorial, with the names of the victims engraved on the edges and, often, roses set between the names themselves
  • The tree called Survivor Tree, a pear that survived the terrorist attacks. Think that when it was found, in October 2001, it had only one vital branch: all the rest of the plant was burned
  • Inside the museum, the significant elements are countless: certainly, the attention is struck Fire truck destroyed, the scale of survivors Survivors’ Stairs- original - that people used to escape from the stake, the last column left standing, The Last Column.

Practical information

Address

180 Greenwich Street (Memorial Plaza).

Opening Hours

  • Memorial: open every day from 7.30 to 21.00
  • Museum: from Sunday to Thursday from 9.00 to 20.00; Friday and Saturday from 9.00 to 19.00

Pricing

  • Memorial: free entry
  • Museum: adults $ 26; children 7-12 $ 15, youth 13-17 $ 20, 65 $ 20

Buy tickets. Admission is also included in the passes.

How to reach us

Via the Path World Trade Center Transportation station, which is connected to the New York subway network.

Other stops nearby: Fulton Street (lines A, C, J, 2, 3, 4, 5), Park Place (2, 3), Cortlandt Street (R).

9/11 Memorial & Museum

6. Whitney Museum of American Art

This modern and contemporary art museum was founded in the XNUMXs by the sculptor Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, with the aim of enhancing the works of young American talents.

Many famous artists owe their success (also) to the visibility given to them by the Whitney Museum: in particular, Stuart Davis, Peggy Bacon, Charles Demuth, John Sloan and Edward Hopper.

Today the museum boasts a collection of over 20.000 works and gives space, as part of its permanent and temporary exhibitions, to the likes of Pollock, Man Ray and Andy Wharol.

Since 2015, the Whitney Museum has abandoned its headquarters along Fifth Avenue to move to a completely new home: an imposing building with large windows and terraces designed by Renzo Piano. Everybody likes it? No, as usual, opinions are divided.

The building is located in the Meatpacking District, southwest of Manhattan, near Greenwich Village and the High Line.

The works not to be missed

  • Cirque Calder, Alexander Calder's miniature circus
  • Altarpiece, Keith Haring's bronze altarpiece
  • Early sunday morning, painting by Edward Hopper
  • Green Coca-Cola Bottles, work on canvas by Andy Wharol

Practical information

Address

99 Gansevoort Street.

Opening Hours

  • Monday to Thursday 10.30am - 18.00pm
  • Friday and Saturday 10.30 - 22.00
  • Sunday 10.30 - 18.00

Pricing

  • Adults $ 25
  • > 65, students and visitors with disabilities $ 18
  • Up to 18 years, free admission

Buy tickets. Admission to this facility is also included in the passes.

How to reach us

The closest subway stop is 14th Street-Eighth Avenue (lines A, C, E, L).

By bus: lines M7 and M11, M12, M14A.

7. Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum

A museum inside a WWII aircraft carrier!

This is the USS Intrepid CV-11, which has been declared a National Historic Landmark and which - nestled in the Hudson, on the West Side of Manhattan - houses the most important maritime and military history museum in the United States.

THEIntrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum it opened in 1982 and, considering its current importance, it is hard to believe that the aircraft carrier was initially planned to be scrapped.

The works not to be missed

  • Lo Space Shuttle Enterprise, the first Space Shuttle built by the US Space Agency
  • The submarine Growler, dating back to 1955, which operated on diesel-electric propulsion
  • Il Concorde Alpha Delta G-BOAD, aircraft that set the speed record for airliners
  • THEExplore, an interactive exhibition space located on the hangar deck, designed for families and children of all ages

Practical information

Address

Pier 86, W 46th Street.

Opening Hours

From 1st November to 31st March:

  • Every day (including holidays) from 10.00 to 17.00
  • Morning tours (weekends and holidays) at 9.00

From 1st April to 31st October:

  • Monday to Friday, 10.00 - 17.00
  • Saturday, Sunday and holidays 10.00 - 18.00
  • Morning tours at 9.00

Pricing

  • Adults (13 - 64 years) $ 33
  • Ages 65 and over, $ 31
  • Children (5 - 12 years) $ 24

Buy tickets. Admission to this “floating museum” is also included in the passes.

How to reach us

The nearest metro stations are:

  • 34th Street-Hudson Yards, linea 7
  • 42nd Street, linee A, C, E, N, Q, R, S, 1, 2, 3, 7
  • 50th Street, linee A, C, E

Once you get off the metro, it will take you about a quarter of an hour to walk to the museum.

8. Morgan Library & Museum

La Morgan Library & Museum, initially built as a private collection of a wealthy banker (Mr. John Pierpont Morgan), it includes a library and a museum.

Since 1902 it has been based in a majestic building created specifically to house it, near the Grand Central Terminal.

It was the banker's son who turned the precious collection into a public institution in 1924.

Rare and old manuscripts, prints, photographs and antiques - there is everything you need to thrill book and culture lovers.

The works not to be missed

  • A triptych by Stravelot, an exceptional medieval work of art
  • the cover of the volume Lindau Gospels
  • the original sketches of the illustrations of The Little Prince, masterpiece by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  • Three copies of Gutenberg's Bible
  • The sheets on which Bob Dylan wrote notes of his songs
  • the musical manuscripts of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy and other important musicians
  • the collection of ancient seals, very vast

Practical information

Address

225 Madison Avenue

Opening Hours

  • From Tuesday to Thursday: from 10.30 to 17.00
  • Friday: from 10.30 to 21.00
  • Saturday: from 10.00 to 18.00
  • Sunday: from 11.00 to 18.00

Closed on Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

Pricing

  • Adults $ 22
  • > 65 years $ 14
  • Students $ 13 (with ID)
  • < 12 years and member: free entry

Admission is free on Fridays from 19.00 to 21.00.

Currently, this attraction is not included in classic New York passes.

How to reach us

By metro, the closest stops are:

  • 33rd Street, linea 6
  • Grand Central, linee 4, 5, 6, 7
  • 42d Street linee B, D, F, Q

In bus: linee M2, M3, M4, Q32 fino alla 36th Street.

By Path: to 36th Street.

9.Brooklyn Museum

Il Brooklyn museum it is one of the largest in the USA and occupies an area of ​​52.000 square meters.

Considered the second most important art museum in the Big Apple, immediately after MoMA, it boasts an exhibition that exceeds one and a half million objects.

There are collections of Egyptian, Classical and Ancient Near Eastern art and, again, collections of American, African (with over 5.000 objects), European, Pacific Island and Islamic world art.

Also part of the museum are the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, the archives and a library (a significant part, given that this museum - now so large - was born just like a small library).

The works not to be missed

  • the sarcophagus of an ibis, a sacred bird for the Egyptians that represented a god
  • the Madonna with Child enthroned and saints, painted on wood by Nardo di Cione
  • The Doge's Palace (Le Palais ducal) painted by Monet
  • the Portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart
  • Judy Chicago's installation entitled The Dinner Party
  • the contemporary sculpture Red Indian by the Israeli Yoram Wolberger

Practical information

Address

200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 11.00-18.00 (1st floor only)
  • Tuesday 11.00-18.00 (1st floor only)
  • Wednesday 11.00-18.00
  • Thursday 11.00-22.00
  • Friday 11.00-18.00
  • Saturday 11.00-18.00
  • Sunday 11.00-18.00

Pricing

  • Adults $ 16
  • Students (with valid ID) and> 65 years, $ 10
  • Visitors with disabilities (free companion) $ 10
  • Up to 19 years, free admission

Entrance to the museum is included in many passes.

How to reach us

By subway: Eastern Parkway-Brooklyn Museum stop, lines 2 and 3.

By bus, the closest stops are B41 and B69 at Grand Army Plaza, and B45 at St. Johns Place and Washington Avenue.

10. Madame Tussauds New York (wax museum)

We all know him; is the famous wax museum, which exists in many cities around the world (London is very famous), and which in America also has offices in Hollywood, Las Vegas, Nashville, Orlando, San Francisco, Washington DC

Il Madame Tussauds New York is the largest in all of the United States.

The characters are more than 200, including politicians, athletes, celebrities, historical figures, so there is really something to indulge in: it is forbidden to forget your smartphone or camera!

The works not to be missed

  • Pop stars Katy Perry and Lady Gaga (with their far from sober looks) and Justin Timberlake
  • Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump (very well combed)
  • The royals of England
  • La supermodel Heidi Klum
  • To stay on the subject of fashion, Jean Paul Gaultier with his unmistakable striped sweater, and the fearsome editor of Vogue America Anna Wintour (the one from “The Devil wears Prada”). Don't worry, the wax version is harmless
  • The section of the museum that reveals how the statues are made (in case you want to try your hand at making them!)

Practical information

Address

234 W 42nd Street.

Opening Hours

The museum is open every day but hours vary according to the time of year.

You can find them indicated on this page.

Pricing

Prices start at $ 29,95.

Buy tickets. Admission to this facility is also included in the passes.

How to reach us

By metro:

  • 42nd Street Station - Times Square (Lines 1, 2, 3, 7, N, Q, R, and S)
  • 42nd Street - Port Authority Station (Lines A, C and E)
  • 42nd Street - Bryant Park Station (Lines B, D, F and M)

Alternatively, there are buses to Times Square M6, M7, M10, M16, M20, M27 and M104 (remember, however, that buses are a less rapid means of transport than the metro, especially in a busy area like this).

11. Frick collection

Once upon a time, in the second half of the nineteenth century, there was the bearded steel magnate Henry Clay Frick, who deserved the title of America's most hated man.

As evidenced by his detractors, in fact, Frick was among the probable culprits of the shooting of several workers guilty of striking, as well as of the collapse of a dam in Pennsylvania which resulted in the death of more than two thousand people.

An unscrupulous man, certainly, but he has left us a magnificent cultural heritage: the Frick Collection.

An avid art collector, the wealthy industrialist amassed the extensive collection now on display in his house-museum, which was opened to the public in 1935 by his daughter Helen Frick, sixteen years after her father's death.

The elegant building, which overlooks Central Park, houses paintings, sculptures, tapestries, ceramics, pieces of furniture and other precious objects from the early twentieth century.

In addition to the permanent exhibition with works by Canaletto, Picasso, Rembrandt, Goya, Van Dyck, Tiziano, Bellini, Bernini, Piero della Francesca, there are many temporary exhibitions of the highest level, dedicated to artists such as Canova, Rembrandt, Degas, Gauguin.

The works not to be missed

  • The four panels that are part of the Polyptych of Sant'Agostino, painted by Piero della Francesca.
  • The painting Flagellation, attributed to Cimabue
  • By Rembrandt, Self-portrait with stick
  • The Portrait of a Young Man in Fur by Titian
  • The Progress of Love painting by the French painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard
  • The bust of a young woman by Andrea del Verrocchio

Magnificent, like the works, the inner patio with the fountain in the center ("Garden Court", which is the only place in the museum where you can take photographs), and the garden on 70th Street, added in 1977.

Practical information

Address

1 East 70th Street.

Opening Hours

The collection observes the following times:

  • Tuesday to Saturday 10.00am - 18.00pm (last tickets sold at 17.30pm)
  • Wednesday 10.00 - 18.00
  • Sunday 11.00 - 17.00 (last tickets sold at 16.30)
  • The first Friday evening of the month, 18.00pm - 21.00pm (excluding January and September)
  • Monday closed

There are also some closing days during the year, indicated on this page.

Pricing

  • Adults $ 22
  • Ages 65 and over and visitors with disabilities $ 17
  • Students (with ID) $ 12

On Wednesday admission is free offer - Pay what you wish - from 14.00 to 18.00.

An audio guide (which also speaks Spanish!) Is included in the price of the admission ticket - currently not included in any New York pass -.

Children under the age of 10 cannot enter the museum: this restriction depends on the fact that many exhibits are fragile. However, it is not a place where the little ones would have a lot of fun.

How to reach us

By metro:

  • 68th Street stop, line 6
  • 72nd Street stop, Q line

By bus:

  • M1, M2, M3, M4 (south to 5th Avenue / 71st Street; north to Madison Avenue / 70th Street)
  • M72 (east to Madison Avenue / 69th Street; west to 5th Avenue / 71st Street)

12. Museum of the City of New York

This museum has existed since 1923 and is dedicated to the history of the city, from its foundation (when it was a Dutch village ...) onwards.

Interesting for those who want to learn more about New York's past, its urban development and grasp the essence of the character (and inventiveness!) Of its inhabitants.

However, if these aspects do not intrigue you, leave aside the Museum of the City of New York and give priority to other museums.

The collection includes drawings, objects, photographs, toys, books, costumes, documents, manuscripts.

In addition to the permanent exhibition, the program of temporary exhibitions is also very well cared for.

The works not to be missed

  • Sarah Rapalje's chair from New Amsterdam, the first child born in New York State in 1625
  • Photographs from the years of the Great Depression
  • The innovative interactive installations that allow you to "meet" the New Yorkers of the past, such as Henry Hudson, Alexander Hamilton and Emma Goldman

Practical information

Address

1220 5th Avenue (nel Museum Mile).

Opening Hours

Open every day from 10.00 to 18.00. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.

Pricing

  • adults $ 18
  • 65+ and students (with ID) $ 12
  • <19 anni: ingresso gratuito

Admission to this museum is included with various New York passes.

How to reach us

By metro:

  • 103rd Street Stop (IRT Lexington Avenue Line), Line 6
  • Fermata Central Park North-110th Street, linee 2 e 3

In bus: linee M1, M2, M3, M4, M106, fino alla 104th Street.


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