New York City’s museums and galleries are some of the City’s most powerful draws. Destinations like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History and the Whitney Museum of American Art house immense collections and put on spectacular exhibitions. Couple these with the wide array of galleries around town, and a trip to NYC becomes a visually stunning experience.Browse all museums & galleries
See the Met Costume Institute’s fall 2016 show, with outfits that span centuries.
These New York City museums are always free or free on specific days of the week. Find one near you.
See Marilyn Minter’s Pretty/Dirty exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, then recreate some signature looks.
Relive Rolling Stones history at these NYC locations.
Find out how to navigate through 5,000 years of art in The Met Fifth Avenue.
We’ve got details on all the fall art exhibitions you need to see.
Everything you need to know about the museum on an aircraft carrier.
Here's how to get the most out of a visit to the massive science museum.
Here are the museums everyone sees on a trip to New York City.
LBJ hay? Goldwater aftershave? Spiro Agnew jewelry? Just three of the treats waiting in this gallery.
Watch the interviews below for a peek into the origins of American punk rock.
There’s a warm-weather date for every type of couple in NYC.
Catch Shakespeare in the Park, SummerStage concerts, dance performances and lots of art.
A vibrant cultural center, the Alice Austen House keeps the daring spirit of the early American photographer Alice Austen alive by presenting changing exhibitions of her pioneering historic photographs and of contemporary photography, providing education programs for students and offering a range of cultural programs for the public.
The exhibition chronicles a unique chapter in Japanese-American artist's Isamu Noguchi career.