Art & Exhibits

The Met Breuer, located on Madison Avenue and 75th Street, was designed by Marcel Breuer as an additional space for the public to explore The Metropolitan Museum of Art's modern and contemporary art program. Read more


Central Park's Hans Christian Andersen statue was erected in 1956 to commemorate the author's 150th birthday. This tribute to the Danish poet, novelist, and children's author, was made possible through a donation by the Danish America Women's Assoc. Read more


American Museum of Natural History, New York City

Marco Rubino

The American Museum of Natural History is one of the best museums in the area for children (and adults as well), showcasing natural wonders from dinosaurs to outer space. Read more


Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and opened in 1959, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum features modern and contemporary art and is one of New York City's most recognizable buildings. Read more



Cal Vornberger

The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts is home to 11 resident arts organizations representing symphony, opera, chamber music, theater, dance, film, and arts education. It is one of New York's great cultural hubs. Read more


Metropolitan Museum of Art

"Metropolitan Museum of Art" by City Profile

With a collection spanning over 5,000 years of history and 36,000 pieces from around the globe, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is New York City’s largest art museum and also one of the most famous in the world. Read more


The Henry Luce Nature Observatory is a wonderful educational site that teaches visitors about nature and wildlife in Central Park. Read more


Built initially to store arms and ammunition for the New York State Militia in 1848, the Arsenal has proven itself a chameleon building in serving the City in a vast array of ways. Read more


Explore museums and art exhibits in and around Central Park, including the American Museum of Natural History, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, and more. Check out our list of the most popular picks. Read more


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