Visited this museum in February 2014 because I had discovered they had an exhibit on 1930's fashion. Although this museum is small, it is free of charge and has two floors of exhibitions for viewing. The top floor has historical fashion from many eras and the downstairs is the special exhibit of 1930's fashions. Some really lovely pieces and there were several cases of shoes worn by Fred Astaire! I really enjoyed this museum, it is right off the subway stop 28th street on the "1" line. If you have time, this is a nice little museum. I spent maybe an hour to an hour and 1/2 there, it was just enough time. Very easy to find, with some lovely fashions to look at. Do check their hours as I think they are limited on weekends.
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