Free Public Exhibit! The Exhibit will take guests through two centuries of the Seaport’s epic changes, which have affected New York City and entire region. Visitors will be able to view archival material that shows vintage streetscapes—with the same views as they appear today—and illustrates the continuities and change over time at the Seaport.Email this post
MUSEUMS in NYC
People travel from around the world to visit New York City museums. Experience art, culture, crafts, beauty, history and seem smarter to your boss. We encourage you to check out these museums, especially on the days that they offer free admission.
Exhibits range from graphic design and typography to art, psychology, or architecture. These are free throughout the year!
Have fun at the opening receptions, which are always listed on the FreeinNYC calendar.Email this post
The Drawing Center is the only not-for-profit institution to focus on the exhibition of drawings. It provides opportunities for emerging and under-recognized artists, exhibits the diversity of drawings throughout history, and hopes to create a public dialogue on issues of art and culture. They also provide great public programs and workshops.Email this post
New York City’s only Latino museum dedicated to Puerto Rican, Caribbean and Latin American art. Admission fees are otherwise a suggested contribution. Free walking tours on some weekends at 3:30pm. See website calendar for more details.Email this post
The Center for Architecture is a hub for all interested in the built environment. The Center for Architecture annually hosts 1000 day-time and evening programs that cover subjects related to architecture, planning, and design.
Ask to see the geothermal unit with is taller than the Empire State Building. It heats and cools the center.Email this post
The museum’s mission is to promote financial literacy, and to empower people to better understand risk and reward in order to make more effective financial decisions. It is a teaching museum, preserving and exhibiting the importance and richness of the lessons of history while providing panels, speakers and exhibits about the dynamic world of finance and its markets, current practices and issues.Email this post