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    • 1.
      9.5
      11 W 53rd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
      Art Museum$ $ $ $
      • Three Jane

        Three Jane • January 30, 2012Home to arguably the best modern art collection in the world, be sure to spend some time in the garden on a warm summer evening.

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    • 2.
      9.7
      1000 5th Ave (btwn E 80th & E 84th St)
      Art Museum$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Daniel K.

        Daniel K. • February 2The beautiful Temple of Dendur, amazing impressionist art and a fantastic Asian display - this museum is the perfect place to spend a Sunday afternoon viewing timeless art!

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    • 3.
      9.5
      99 Gansevoort St (btwn 10th Ave & Washington St)
      Art Museum
      • Josephine S.

        Josephine S. • May 30Wow! New location is breathtaking! Perfect design for the art and comfortable to move around. The outdoor spaces are so lovely, will be spending a lot of time there! Go to top and work your way down!

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    • 4.
      9.4
      1 E 70th St (at 5th Ave)
      Art Museum
      • Jen K.

        Jen K. • March 20, 2013You can see the entire museum in one afternoon and not feel rushed. It's like visiting your secret grandfather's art gallery tucked inside a mansion. Cozy and intimate atmosphere.

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    • 5.
      9.4
      643 Park Ave (at E 67th St.)
      Art Gallery
      • Mike Bloomberg

        Mike Bloomberg • March 6, 2012On 3/6/12, I was here to kick off a week of art events expected to generate more than $50 million in economic activity for NYC: http://bit.ly/xpjvew

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    • 6.
      9.1
      1071 5th Ave (at E 89th St)
      Art MuseumView Menu
      • Sacha D.

        Sacha D. • September 1, 2013This is a gem of an art gallery. Do not hesitate to take the audio guide, even kids will appreciate the tour

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    • 7.
      9.5
      333 E 47th St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • Signs V.

        Signs V. • 1 week agoThe Japan Society is a wonderful, and relaxing place to experience. Do visit if you're interested in Japanese culture, and arts, you will be glad you did!

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    • 8.
      9.1
      150 W 17th St. (btwn 6th & 7th Ave.)
      Art Museum
      • Anna D.

        Anna D. • June 24, 2010Great Himalayan art. Like climbing Everest without the climbing part. Also, jazz on Friday nights.

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    • 9.
      9.6
      70 Lincoln Center Plz (btwn Columbus & 10th Ave)
      Performing ArtsView Menu
      • Concert Ticket Agency

        Concert Ticket Agency • September 21, 2012Beautiful cultural landmark in NYC. Catch an opera, a ballet, a screening of your favorite film and a talk from the director afterwards. Experience art, music and more. And of course, the fountain!

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    • 10.
      9.0
      20 Rockefeller Plaza (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
      Art GalleryView Menu
      • Ian P.

        Ian P. • January 24, 2012The exhibits at Christie's are a chance to see art that is not often available to the public for free!

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    • 11.
      9.2
      1000 5th Ave (82nd Street)
      Art Gallery
      • Jeffrey Z.

        Jeffrey Z. • March 17, 2013Experience the dimly lit, claustrophobically narrow tombs and ponder art (and a great civilization) from 2,000-3,000 years in the past.

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    • 12.
      9.0
      2 Columbus Cir (btwn 8th Ave & Broadway)
      Art Museum
      • Lea Z.

        Lea Z. • February 3, 2012Take the elevator up to the 6th floor and work your way down, that's how the museum is designed. Take the stairs down, there is gorgeous art in between the floors! Do a free tour, very informative!

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    • 13.
      9.4
      225 Madison Ave (at E 36th St.)
      Museum
      • John S.

        John S. • April 9, 2009Go after 7 on Friday for free admission & use the $ you saved to buy a very pretty cocktail in the cafe, then enjoy the art, artifacts, and opulent, spacious setting

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    • 14.
      9.4
      530 W 27th St (btwn 10th & 11th Ave)
      Indie
      • Harumi U.

        Harumi U. • February 22This is a town that has all sorts of arts including live performance. Even in this city, Sleep No More is unique and something you should try once!

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    • 15.
      9.0
      525 W 19th St (btw 10th & 11th Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • BLOUIN ARTINFO

        BLOUIN ARTINFO • August 5, 2011Today is the last day to catch the Pop-Up Bookstore! There are special offers on rare and out-of-print books, signed artist catalogues and monographs, DVDs, posters, collectible show cards, and more.

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    • 16.
      8.8
      1048 5th Ave (E 86th St)
      Art Museum
      • ToryBurch

        ToryBurch • April 22, 2011An incredible museum devoted to early 20th-century German and Austrian art and design. Café Sabarsky, on the first floor, serves authentic wiener schnitzel.

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    • 17.
      9.2
      1350 Avenue of the Americas (at W 55th St)
      Outdoor Sculpture
      • Gothamist

        Gothamist • April 17Robert Indiana's Love sculpture is an iconic piece of pop art that's instantly recognizable from album covers, film spots, and even postage stamps.

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    • 18.
      9.6
      245 W 44th St (btwn 7th & 8th Ave.)
      Theater
      • Camila E.

        Camila E. • December 23, 2012Incredible!! One of the most amazing experiences of my life! Real art!! Marvelous!!

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    • 19.
      9.5
      425 Lafayette St (btwn Astor Pl & E 4th St)
      Theater
      • Wayne S.

        Wayne S. • February 12, 2014Just go and support the arts. Great shows, pick one.

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    • 20.
      9.5
      70 Lincoln Center Plz (at Columbus Ave & 64th St)
      Opera House
      • ℰℓℯⓝa

        ℰℓℯⓝa • October 6, 2014If you appreciate quality and arts in life then you must visit this place. You don't have to be an opera fan to enjoy the experience. Do it once.

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    • 21.
      9.2
      Central Park West (at W 72nd St)
      Outdoor Sculpture
      • Justin O.

        Justin O. • October 16, 2014Filled with street performers and Beatles devotees

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    • 22.
      9.3
      450 W 15th St (btwn 9th & 10th Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • Karina F.

        Karina F. • August 8, 2014Arts, art everywhere

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    • 23.
      9.1
      235 W 46th St (btwn 8th & Broadway)
      Theater
      • Cesar R.

        Cesar R. • January 4, 2014If you're a couple, I hope you get to try the electric paracress, it's a fruit that feels like you're eating pop rocks. Be prepared to kiss :)

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    • 24.
      8.9
      547 W 27th St Fl 4 (11th Ave)
      Art Gallery
      • art museums
      • street art
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    • 25.
      9.3
      416 W 42nd St (9th Ave)
      Theater
      • Jason A. M.

        Jason A. M. • October 29, 2013Rachel Sussman is the co-founding artistic director of The Indigo Theatre Project which staged a reading of Reckless here featuring Tina Fey in October 2013.

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    • 26.
      8.6
      235 Bowery (btwn Stanton & Rivington St.)
      Art Museum
      • Design Hotels

        Design Hotels • July 27, 2010Beautiful and intriguing building! Start on the top floor with nice views over Soho. But more important get inspired by the contemporary art placed in the huge rooms with crazy high ceilings.

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    • 27.
      8.8
      415 W 13th St
      Art Gallery
      • Chirag V.

        Chirag V. • July 4Such hip, so cool, much art

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    • 28.
      9.0
      59 E 59th St (btwn Park & Madison)
      Indie
      • Marylee D.

        Marylee D. • March 30, 2014Charles Busch never fails to entertain. His current play THE TRIBUTE ARTIST is a work of art!!

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    • 29.
      9.5
      466 Broome St (Greene Street)
      Dance Studio
      • Gia C.

        Gia C. • June 10, 2010The instructors are super nice & great here! Dance parties are my fav :)

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    • 30.
      9.3
      2124 Broadway (at W 74th St)
      Concert HallView Menu
      • Biz T.

        Biz T. • November 10, 2014Terrific Art Deco spot with great acoustics

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