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Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney Museum of American Art is a museum dedicated to 20th century American art. The museum was founded in 1931 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, showcasing 700 works of art from her private collection. In 1966, the museum moved to its current lo...

The New York Botanical Garden

The New York Botanical Garden is a green oasis of calm in a hectic metropole. The Garden is one of the world’s oldest and largest botanical gardens. The botanical garden consists of no less than fifty different gardens and more than one million diffe...

The Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) is one of the art world’s most iconic institutions. Many see it as the world’s most important and most influential museum of modern art. The building underwent an extensive renovation which has greatly benefitted the c...

New York Hall of Science

The New York Hall of Science was built for the World fair of 1964. It is home to more than 150 exhibitions which are divided over the museum’s 8000 square metre (26000 square feet) building. All areas and exhibitions have a name and are often interac...

Museum of Natural History

One of the world’s largest natural history museums can be found right here in New York. It houses more than 35 million objects! A 30-metre long (100 foot) skeleton of a blue whale, the largest sapphire ever and a collection of dinosaurs’ skeletons th...

Museum of Arts and Design

Located on Columbus Circle and 59th Street, this museum gives art and design fans an exclusive look at a rather special permanent collection. The museum’s floors are home to both the museum’s permanent collection and to its temporary and topical exhi...

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