Whitney Museum of American Art presents the full range of twentieth century and contemporary American art, with a particular focus on the
works of living artists. The museum exhibits American art and its collection - the collection is the finest holding of twentieth century American art
in the world.
See current exhibitions on their website.
226 West 44th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenues
Whitney Museum »
|Discovery Times Square
In the New York Times, former printing premises you find Discovery. It offers you great exhibitions at different times. Here has been exhibits on Titanic, Da Vinci, King Tut, Harry Potter and Pompeii. Cake Boss Cafe is next door.
See current exhibitions on their website
226 West 44th Street, mellan Broadway and 8th Avenues
Discovery Times Square »
|Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden
One of New York's oldest house (from 1799) is on 61st Street in Manhattan. Experience a bygone era with a visit to Mount Vernon Hotel Museum. Between 1826 - 1833 this was a hotel which New Yorkers could go to get away from the crowded city, which
extended only as far north as 14th Street.
421 East 61st Street, between First and York Avenues
Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden »
London's famous wax museum, you also find in New York. Mingle with celebrities as: Beyonce, Elvis Presley, Madonna, Britney Spears and Brad Pitt among others. Free for children up to 3 years.
More about Madame Tussauds New York »
1071 5th Avenue (vid 89th Street)
Madame Tussauds »
|Sony Wonder Technology Lab
4 floors of interactive exhibits in technology and communication. Intresting for everyone - 8 or 80 years old. You will find information about the latest in technology and digital entertainment. The museum is very popular so it can be a good idea to order some tickets in advance - and you know what - its free.
56th Street and Madison Avenue (Sony Plaza Public Arcade)
The Sony Wonder Technology Lab »
|The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
The Guggenheim are probably the most wellknown museum in New York. Here you find modern art. Even the building it self are a work of art. It was drawn by Frank Lloyd Wright and almost looks like a huge white "spiral"
1071 5th Avenue (at 89th Street)
The Guggenheim Museum »
|The American Museum of Natural History
Animals, natur and space all gathered in one place. The museum contains so much interesting stuff. Don´t miss the collection of dinosaurs... it´s amazing.
Central Park West (79th Street)
The American Museum of Natural History »
|The Museum of the City of New York
Mixed information and history about New York, among other: the
theater, the Firefighting, New Yorks development from Indian land til today... and a lot more.
1220 Fifth Avenue (at 103rd St)
The Museum of the City of New York »
|The Skyscraper Museum
Learn everything about skyscrapers and see how New York was built and what´s on the schedule.
Battery Park (at 39 Battery Place)
The Skyscraper Museum »
|9/11 Memorial Museum
9/11 Memorial Museum in Lower Manhattan preserves the history of the attacks on the World Trade Center and documents the significance of
these events by displaying remains left of the building, personal belongings and movies on large screens. With this admission ticket,
you can go in the the museum and also see the memorial exhibition, which is a memorial to the 2,983 people who were killed during the attack.
You go before the line with your electronic ticket!
You go before the line with your electronic ticket!
180 Greenwich St, New York
|Museum of American Finance
All you need to know about New Yorks bank history.
48 Wall Street (near Federal Hall)
Museum of American Finance »
|Federal Hall National Monument
The birthplace of the American Goverment. It was here that George Washington
swore his first president oath April 30, 1789.
The house looks like a greek temple.
26 Wall Street
Federal Hall National Monument »
|Ellis Island Immigration Museum
The place called "the Island of tears". Between the years 1892-1954 approx. 12 million emigrants from all over the world arrived here to find a new future. Many found a new life in America but some had to leave.
Ellis island (the ferry at Battery Park)
Ellis Island Immigration Museum »
|Fraunces Tavern Museum
A historical building built 1719 as a
residential building and then it become a tavern. Most known for the place were George Washington
gave his farewell address to the officers of the Continental Army, in 1783.
54 Pearl Street (at Battery Park)
Fraunces Tavern Museum »
|The New York City Police Museum
How is it to work as a Police officer in New York? You find a lot of interesting information here and
collection of material
going back approx. 16o years.
100 Old Slip (between Water Street and South Street)
The New York City Police Museum »
|Ripley's Believe It or Not
An odd museum where you will see A six-legged cow, shrunken heads, a section of the Berlin wall and a albino giraffe and much more.
234 West 42nd Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues)
|Museum of Sex
The purpose of the "Museum of Sex" is to preserve and present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality.
The museum produces exhibitions, publications and programs of gender and sexuality to the widest possible audience. Thera are
different exhibitions at the museum.
233 5th Ave, New York
|The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
Med din skip-the-line biljett till The Museum of Modern Art får du också en gratis ljud guide, se specialutställningar & filmer. Museet har berömda samlingar av modern och samtida konst av Vincent Van Gogh Andy Warhol och verk av Jackson Pollock, Jasper Johns,
Cindy Sherman, Elizabeth Murray, och många andra stora konstnärer i vår tid.
Bonus: I biljetter ingår även tillträde till MoMA PS1, den samtida konstcentret i Long Island City.
(du måste besöka museet inom 14 dagar)
11 W 53rd St, New York
Please visit the Brooklyn Museum and see what exhibits they have currently. The good thing is that every Saturday, the first Saturday of
each month, except in September, the Brooklyn Museum offers ongoing programs, free art and entertainment at 5-11 PM. Live music, artist talks,
poetry, children's activities and food.
200 Eastern Parkway, New York
|The Metropolitan Museum
A visit to New York would not be complete without a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It is the city's most visited museum.
It has wonderful collections from more than 5,000 years of culture, from prehistory to the present.
Included in the same ticket you can also visit on the same day admission to The Met Breuer (Open Tuesday-Sunday) and Met Cloisters.
1000 5th Ave, New York
|Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
the aircraft carrier Intrepid (CVS-11), an unique attraction in the New Yorks harbour. You will also see the submarine USS Growler.
Pier 86, 12th Ave. & 46th Street, New York