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New York's Top 10 : Museums

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  1. Metropolitan Museum of Art

    It would take weeks to take in all the treasures of this mammoth, ever-changing museum that includes a collection of more than 3,000 European paintings. The Greek, Roman, Cypriot, and Asian halls attract many of the museum’s visitors, and the Joyce and Robert Menschel Hall for Modern Photography is also well attended .

  2. Museum of Modern Art

    After a $425 million expansion program, MoMA reopened in 2004. The renovation marked the museum’s 75th anniversary and doubled the building’s capacity. MoMA has one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of modern art, including works by Picasso, Van Gogh, and Warhol.

    • 11 West 53rd St

    • Open 10:30am–5:30pm Wed–Mon (to 8pm Fri)

    • www.moma.org

    • Admission charge

    Museum of Modern Art
  3. American Museum of Natural History

    The largest museum of its kind in the world exhibits everything from dinosaurs to Chinese costumes and rare gems. In addition to the planetarium show in the Rose Center, there are films in a giant IMAX theater.

  4. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

    The Guggenheim has expanded its collection with several major donations, including Justin Thannhauser’s Impressionist masters, Peggy Guggenheim’s Cubist, Surrealist, and Abstract Expressionist works, a collection of American Minimalist and Conceptual art, and the most extensive collection of Kandinsky’s works in the U.S..

    Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
  5. Whitney Museum of American Art

    The entire range of 20th-century American art can be seen in the permanent collection housed in this striking Marcel Breuer building, along with changing exhibitions of contemporary art.

    • 945 Madison Ave at 75th St

    • Open 11am–6pm Wed–Thu, 1–9pm Fri, 11am–6pm Sat & Sun

    • www.whitney.org

    • 1 800 WHITNEY

    • Admission charge

  6. Frick Collection

    The mansion of industrialist Henry Clay Frick, with indoor garden court and fountain, is the setting for his exceptional collection of Old Masters, French furniture, and Limoges enamels. Look for Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Hals in the West Gallery; Holbein, Titian, and Bellini in the Living Hall.

    • 1 East 70th St at 5th Ave

    • Open 10am–6pm Tue–Sat, 11am–5pm Sun

    • www.frick.org

    • Admission charge

    Frick Collection
  7. Brooklyn Museum

    Housed in a fine Beaux Arts building, this museum presents a wide range of special exhibitions alongside permanent collections of Asian, Egyptian, African, and American art. The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, opened in 2007, is the first public space of its kind in the country.

    • 200 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn

    • Subway 2, 3 to Eastern Pkwy

    • Open 10am–5pm Wed–Fri, 11am–6pm Sat & Sun, 11am–11pm first Sat of month (except Sep)

    • www.brooklynmuseum.org

    • Admission charge

  8. Morgan Library & Museum

    This palazzo was designed in 1902 to hold the collection of billionaire J. Pierpont Morgan, an extraordinary assemblage of rare manuscripts, books, and prints, and galleries with changing exhibits. His original opulent study and library are highlights.

    • 225 Madison Avenue at 36th St

    • Open 10:30am–5pm Tue–Thu (to 9pm Fri), 10am–6pm Sat, 11am–6pm Sun

    • www.themorgan.org

    • Admission charge

  9. Museum of the City of New York

    The toy collection is a highlight and the rotating exhibitions explore fashion, architecture, entertainment, cultural identity, ethnic traditions, and social history. The museum also features a film that documents the evolution of the city.

    • 1220 5th Ave at 103rd St

    • Open 10am–5pm Tue–Sun

    • www.mcny.org

    • Admission charge

    Museum of the City of New York
  10. American Folk Art Museum

    The first New York museum built from the ground up in 30 years, this eight-level, innovative, skylit structure shows off a great collection of whimsical, all-American paintings, sculptures, quilts, weathervanes and furniture.

    • 45 West 53rd St between 5th and 6th Aves (Branch: 2 Lincoln Square at Columbus Ave)

    • 10:30am–5:30pm Tue–Sun, 10:30am–7:30pm Fri

    • www.folkartmuseum.org

    • Admission charge

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