What museum should I visit if…

I’m hungry: Neue Galerie

I’m kind of just going for the gift shop: American Folk Art Museum

I’m overstimulated: Noguchi Museum

I’m under-stimulated: The Museum of Sex

I’m on a 2nd date: Fisher Landau Center

I appreciate yachts and a subtle seam of homoeroticism: Forbes Gallery

I need to break up with someone: Fraunces Tavern (beer!)

My parents are in town: Socrates Sculpture Park (followed by a Costco trip)

My artist parents are in town: Judd Foundation (book well in advance)

My friend from college wants to see the “Real” New York: The Tenement Museum

I love animals: Queens County Farm Museum

I hate animals: Torah Animal World

I want a please-touch experience: Torah Animal World

I want to travel a long way: Bartow-Pell Mansion

I want to ride my bike up a giant hill: Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art

I want to visit the pre-eminent Himalayan collection in Staten Island: Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art

I need a place to sketch tombs in delightful solitude: The Hispanic Society

We Made It!!!

Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum

Judaica Museum of the Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale

King Manor Museum

Queens County Farm Museum

Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum

Children’s Museum of Manhattan

New York Botanical Garden

 

All 3 star museums

 

We finally finished the project, with a lovely day at the New York Botanical Garden where nothing was growing because winter.

And we appeared in the primo news source of all things cultural: Metro NY.

Now that the project is over, we are a bit at a loss of what to do with ourselves. Katherine has joined a metal working class. Allison actually wrote part of her novel. Duncan has resumed his regular griping. 

What’s next for us? A reunion trip to Marfa, Texas, hopefully. And perhaps a museum or two that doesn’t suck. 

Thanks for sticking it out with us, Dear Reader.