New York City
Best Things to Do


From a museum that's considered the ""Louvre of North America" to one that shares the fascinating story behind the skyscraper, these institutions carry a wealth of information.

Frick Collection

1 E. 70th St. New York NY 10021 U.S.

Find a fabulous gathering of Renaissance and Baroque paintings housed in an opulent Upper East Side mansion.

Italian American Museum

155 Mulberry St. New York NY 10013 U.S.

Learn more about the unique history of the Italian-American community.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

1000 5th Ave. New York NY 10028 U.S.

Known as the Met, it is generally considered to be the "Louvre of North America."

Museum of Chinese in America

215 Centre St. New York NY 10013 U.S.

Get insight into the challenges that faced Chinese immigrants.

Museum of Modern Art

11 W. 53 St. New York NY 10019 U.S.

Van Gogh, Warhol, Matisse, Picasso — gems by all these masters adorn the walls of the Museum of Modern Art, home to one of the world's premier collections.

Neue Galerie

1048 5th Ave. New York NY 10028 U.S.

This Austrian art gallery has the most extensive collection of paintings by Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt outside of Vienna.

New Museum

235 Bowery New York NY 10002 U.S.

It's one of the few contemporary art museums in the world that exclusively showcases modern art from across the globe.

Rubin Museum of Art

150 W. 17th St. New York NY 10011 U.S.

The permanent collection here focuses on Tibetan art.

Skyscraper Museum

39 Battery Pl. New York NY 10280 U.S.

This museum was founded in order to document the significance of the skyscraper in urban American history.

Tenement Museum

103 Orchard St. New York NY 10002 U.S.

Learn about the people that contributed to the Lower East Side's diversity.