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 museum’s mission is to explore the past, present, and future of New York City and celebrate its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation. Admission fees are otherwise a suggested contribution.
If you live or work in East Harlem you can visit the museum free of charge. Simply walk in the entrance, say “I’m a neighbor,” and the suggested admission charge will be waived.Email this post
The museum displays religious objects of fine arts, folk, and craft traditions within its permanent collection and series of travelling exhbitions. The museum is always free.Email this post
This not-for-profit offers free basic nutrition classes in East Harlem. The goal of these classes is to offer information and educate New Yorkers about food and their health. Topics include: Diabetes, obesity, sugar addiction, eating for energy, women’s health, weight loss, and others. There is limited space so you must RSVP.Email this post