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Just a short walk from Grand Central and Penn Station, the Morgan is a major exhibition venue for fine art, literature, and music, one of New York's great historic sites, and a wonderful place to dine, shop, and attend a concert or film.
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We attended the free night in November. It was a very rainy night and the museum was a wonderful place to visit.
I loved seeing the library as I am a teacher librarian and it was truly magnificent.
There was live music being played and...More
Down in lower mid-town, this is a great place to spend an hour or two. JP Morgan’s library houses fantastic artifacts and definitely do the one hour tour that explains the history and some of the major pieces. Loved it!
This is one of the gems of NYC museums which ranks with the best. Housed in JP Morgan's mansion on Madison Ave it showcases some of the best art and ephemera in town. It lacks the glitz of the Guggenheim or the scale of the...More
This space is a marvel to see, but we planned our visit around the Frankenstein exhibit and Tintoretto's Venice. We enjoyed seeing the exhibits and just sitting in the amazing library space and absorbing all there was to see.
Frankenstein's "It's Alive" exhibit was fabulous. Then we went into the Library. Every face (mine included) registered OH MY- I want a library like this one! Floor to ceiling and then some. The first editions, the books, the Study. All of it was just so...More
Such a great museum and library. We primarily stopped this year to have lunch in the dining room, a first time, and it was just great. Unique but not unusual, if that makes sense, dining options, described perfectly clearly by the well spoken very professional...More
From the outside, one wonders why anyone would bother to visit. Once inside you are treated to a view of what it was like to live in a Gilded Age mansion. Pierpont Morgan was an avid collector of books, art, and ancient artifacts. The Library...More