The Noguchi Museum

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Founded and designed by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi (1904–1988) and first open to the public in 1985, The Noguchi Museum consists of 27,000 square feet of gallery space on two floors, as well as a serene outdoor sculpture garden. The Museum exhibits an unparalleled collection of Noguchi's work, offers programming with contemporary artists and public programs for families and teens, and features a Museum Shop and Cafe which carry Noguchi's lighting and furniture designs along with books and gifts.

9-01 33rd Rd.
Queens, NY 11106
  (718) 204-7088

Museums and Galleries
Culture & History
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Internet
WiFi Available
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Kid Friendly
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