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Fond recollection of past Museum Mile years but this year long lines allowed me ttime o see only 2 out of the 6 museums (Jewish Museum & Cooper-Hewitt) and listen to a little klezmer music.By the time I got to the Guggenheim, it was 8:30...More
Of course you will come here for the incredible museums, led by the Met. But this stretch of Fifth Avenue is also important as an entrance to fantastic parts of Central Park. Lovely residential blocks on the side streets.
You will be amazed by the string of museums along Fifth Avenue fronting on Central park. Because of this, the area is called “Museum Mile”. It is home to some of the most famous museum in the world. To name a few, you have the...More
A cluster of world-class museums here, including the amazing Met. This has long been one of Manhattan's plushest neighborhoods, so the side streets are lined with fancy apartments and town houses. A bit of a long walk from a subway line, but there are buses...More
On top of the wonderful museums - the Museum Mile is one of my favorite walks in NYC. During all seasons, you walk on 5th avenue, enjoy the beautiful architecture of the buildings, when gorgeous Central Park is right beside you.
The museums themselves are...More