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A young happily dancing Jerome meets and greets you right behind the door. He would have been one hundred this year. In honor of his anniversary the Library for the Arts at Lincoln center has a wonderful exhibit about his life and art. West Side...More
After all the modern, multi-media, something-for-everyone libraries it is so nice to visit an old traditional library. It is a beautiful building full of original fixtures including old wooden telephone booths and a really lovely children’s department where the shelves are low and there are...More
We decided to have a free tour of the library after coming in to look inside. It is beautiful and well worth a visit. The free tour is also worth doing if you have an hour to spare. Weekdays there is an 11.00 tour and...More
Very clean library. Lots of children books. Nice small space for children to read. Small tables and a bunch of computers for children's use as well. They have several activities lined up for the whole month so ask for their calendar of events. They have...More
If you enjoy dance, music or theater then you will enjoy stopping to view the exhibits. If you are passionate about performing arts you should plan to spend more time looking or listening to the collection. Amazing! Amy's Bread has a mini cafe.
Very interesting free exhibition celebrating the Olivier and TONY awards. Take your time and listen and watch the audiovisuals which are very informative. Closes end of June. Could do with more headsets for busier times and the odd chair or two to rest tired legs....More
Had an extra hour before my Metropolitan Opera performance, so thought I'd check out the exhibition at the Library which is located next door. Didn't even know about this special branch of the New York Public Library. "Curtain Up" is what they call the exhibition...More
This library location in Lincoln Center often has wonderful exhibits related to the performing arts. Curtain Up celebrates productions that received recognition by both the Tony Awards and the Olivier Awards. The exhibit includes costumes, recordings, designs, etc. Free exhibit in a great location.
Nestled between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side offers iconic architecture and a quiet, residential respite from the buzzing energy of downtown. Along Central Park West are many of the city’s most iconic apartment buildings, as well as the American Museum of Natural History, which has been welcoming visitors to its historic exhibit halls for over 140 years. Culture fans will love Lincoln Center,
home to some of the world’s best opera, dance, film, and theatre performances, all centrally located around a beautiful fountain. Spanning the entire length of the Upper West Side, Riverside Park is ideal for a long, leisurely stroll in a quiet green space.