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Housed in the historic New York City Building, this museum features modern and contemporary works designed to enrich peoples' appreciation and enjoyment of the fine arts through changing exhibitions, films, family workshops, lectures and...more
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Although the Tiffany lamp collection was very nice, my feeling is that the star of the museum is the panoramic map of the five boroughs. It was so interesting to see it in person, because I had seen snippets of it in the movie The...More
The museum itself would be a two without this exhibit. When I was there pretty much everything, except this panorama, was closed and it looked more like a cool event space.
Admission is a suggested 8$.
The panorama is awesome, especially if you live in...More
I had read about the Panorama of New York in a book and was keen to visit. Sadly the other parts of this handsome museum were closed off for remodelling when I visited, but the panorama was still available. What a work of art. The...More
I found the museum to be surprisingly interesting, covering a wide range of artists as well as art styles. Located in the middle of the beautiful Flushing Corona park, it provides a sense of harmony and incentivizes an initiative to learn all about the expositions,...More
My husband and I came here while visiting Flushing Meadows Park mainly to see the small scale replica of all 5 boroughs housed in the museum. The museum is very beautiful itself: very clean lines, bright space, really showcasing the art it is housing. The...More