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Must Visit Museums In NYC!

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Hot summer days are a great time to stay cool inside. The New Dealer is happy to highlight some must visit museums for July and August! All these museums offer their own unique blend of history, culture, and innovation, making them essential destinations for visitors to seek and explore the richness and diversity of New York City’s cultural landscape. You should definitely pay a visit this summer!

The Museum Of Modern Art (MoMa)

This museum is a must for art enthusiasts. With its artwork collection featuring art pieces by renowned artists like Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol and many more outstanding artists. MoMA offers an overview of modern and contemporary art through every floor in the museum. Visitors get to understand and interpret artistic techniques and cultural contexts through every unique painting. 

The museum is open everyday at the location 11 West 53 Street, Manhattan New York, New York, 10019 from 10:30am- 5:30 pm except Saturday which they stay open from 10:30 am – 7:00 pm. Tickets can be as low as $30 for a whole day of analyzing the beautiful art of many wonderful artists. 

American Museum Of Natural History 

The American Museum of Natural History beckons visitors with its variety of exhibitions spanning the lands of natural history. From the renowned T-rex to ancient mummies and intricate cultural artifacts, each display provides insight into the marvels of our planet’s history and present. It offers a window into the wonders of our planet, immersing oneself in the beauty of our natural world.

The museum is located at 200 Central Park W, New York, NY 10024 and it’s open everyday from 10am -5:30 pm and the ticket prices are pay how much you want. 

The Metropolitan Museum Of Art (“The Met” Clusters)

The Met is a mass of artists spanning millennia and continents. From ancient artifacts to contemporary masterpieces, The Met’s collection offers a captivating journey through the history of human creativity. Spanning from as old as a painting from Vincent van Gogh and “The Starry Night”(1889) to such a recent painting of Jackson Pollock’s  “Enamel on canvas” (1950) both portraying completely different types of art. The museum promises and provides a journey through the richness of human creativity and expression.

This museum is open everyday from 10 am- 9pm and it’s also a museum where you are able to pay how much you want but you need to pay something. It is located at 1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028.

New York Transit Museum

The transit museum offers a fascinating journey through the history and evolution of one of the world’s most iconic transportation systems from the first train ever built, to what we have now, and the evolution of how they changed over the century. From vintage subway cars to interactive exhibits, the museum provides a glimpse into the ingenuity and innovation that have shaped New York City’s public transit network. 

This museum is at the location 99 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 and it’s only open from Thursday to Sunday from 10 am- 4pm with tickets as low as $10.

 911 Memorial Museum 

The 9/11 Memorial Museum is a touching and essential experience, offering a solemn tribute to the lives lost and the indelible impact of the tragic events of September 11, 2001. Situated at the site of the former World Trade Center, the museum serves as a powerful testament to resilience and remembrance. As visitors walk through the memorial, they are confronted with the enormity of loss by reading all the names of the lives lost on the rock from their acts of heroism, survival, and solidarity. Truly a breathtaking and memorable museum.

This museum is open everyday, all day giving the chance for anybody to visit at any time. It is located at 180 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10007 and its admission is free admission.

 

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