The museum list

1 Alice Austen House
2 American Folk Art Museum
3 American Museum of Natural History
4 Art in General
5 Artists Space
6 Asia Society
7 Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum
8 bldg92
9 Bronx Museum of the Arts
10 Brooklyn Botanic Garden
11 Brooklyn Children’s Museum
12 Brooklyn Historical Society
13 Brooklyn Museum
14 Center for Architecture
15 Center for Jewish History (New York)
16 Chelsea Art Museum
17 Children’s Museum of Manhattan
18 Children’s Museum of the Arts
19 China Institute in America
20 Colonial Dames of America – Mt. Vernon Hotel Museum
21 Coney Island Museum
22 Cooper Union’s Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography
23 Cortlandt Alley
24 Dahesh Museum of Art
25 Dia Art Foundation
26 Discovery Times Square Exposition
27 Dyckman House Museum
28 El Museo del Barrio
29 Ellis Island Immigration Museum
30 Fashion Institute of Technology
31 Fisher Landau Center
32 Forbes Galleries
33 Fraunces Tavern Museum
34 Frick Collection
35 Girl Scout Museum
36 Hispanic Society of America
37 Historic Richmond Town
38 International Print Center New York
39 Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum
40 Italian American Museum
41 Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
42 Japan Society
43 Jewish Children’s Museum
44 Jewish Museum (New York)
45 Judaica Museum of the Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale
46 Judd Foundation
47 King Manor Museum
48 Korea Society
49 Leslie-Lohman museum of gay and lesbian art
50 Louis Armstrong House
51 Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
52 Merchant’s House Museum
53 Metropolitan Museum of Art (“The Met”)
54 Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum
55 Museum at Eldridge Street
56 Museum of American Finance
57 Museum of Arts & Design
58 Museum of Biblical Art
59 Museum of Chinese in America
60 Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (“MoCCA”)
61 Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (“MoCADA”)
62 Museum of Jewish Heritage
63 Museum of Mathematics
64 Museum of Modern Art (“MoMA”)
65 Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space
66 Museum of Sex
67 Museum of the American gangster
68 Museum of the City of New York
69 Museum of the Moving Image
70 National Academy of Design
71 National Jazz Museum In Harlem
72 National Museum of the American Indian (New York branch)
73 Neue Galerie
74 New Museum of Contemporary Art
75 New York Botanical Garden
76 New York City Fire Museum
77 New York Hall of Science
78 New York Tattoo Museum
79 New York Transit Museum
80 New-York Historical Society
81 Nicholas Roerich Museum
82 Noble Maritime Collection
83 P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center
84 Queens Botanical Garden
85 Queens County Farm Museum
86 Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
87 Rose Museum (Carnegie Hall)
88 Rubin Museum of Art
89 Scandinavia House
90 SculptureCenter
91 Skyscraper Museum
92 Socrates Sculpture Park
93 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
94 Sony Wonder Technology Lab
95 South Street Seaport Museum
96 Staten Island Botanical Garden
97 Staten Island Children’s Museum
98 Staten Island Museum
99 Staten Island Museum History Center
100 Studio Museum in Harlem
101 Tenement Museum
102 The Cloisters – medieval art collection
103 The Drawing Center
104 The Morgan Library and Museum
105 The Noguchi Museum (The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum)
106 The Paley Center for Media
107 Torah Animal World
108 Ukrainian Museum
109 Van Cortlandt House Museum
110 Wave Hill
111 Whitney Museum of American Art
112 Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
113 Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum
114 Yeshiva University Museum

115 City Reliquary

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One thought on “The museum list

  1. Hello,
    I enjoyed reading the article about your adventures in the METRO paper. I encourage you to also consider other institutions that aren’t necessarily called museums but offer a unique historic experience. The National Archives at New York City (recently relocated to One Bowling Green, NYC on the 3rd floor of the same building as the National Museum of the American Indian. We have a small exhibit gallery with one of a kind documents on display. We also have a Learning Center (open to the public on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons) for people to experience archival research and family activities using the holdings of the National Archives. Many people also come to us to find out about their own family history, as we have arrival lists, census records and naturalization records to research for free. If you would like a tour, I’d be happy to provide one. Regards, Dorothy Dougherty, Programs Director, National Archives at New York City.

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