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    • 1.
      9.7
      1000 5th Ave (btwn E 80th & E 84th St), New York
      Art Museum$$$$View Prices
      • Fabian J.

        Fabian J. • September 14, 2014Everything in this museum is amazing. And you can get in with any amount donation and not pay the recommended price

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    • 2.
      9.5
      11 W 53rd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Timothy Charles Robert L.

        Timothy Charles Robert L. • August 9, 2015Lots to see. Well laid out and something for everyone. Pop Art is just that - everyone loves it.

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    • 3.
      9.5
      1109 5th Ave (at E 92nd St), New York
      Museum
      • Tatyana F.

        Tatyana F. • October 14, 2013One of my top 5 favorite museums in the city. Their exhibitions are top notch, led by knowledgeable guides. This museum is always the highlight of my trip.

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    • 4.
      9.4
      99 Gansevoort St (btwn 10th Ave & Washington St), New York
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Sherie S.

        Sherie S. • August 10, 2015Love the new space, indoors and out. Great art. Hear the restaurant is very good.

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    • 5.
      9.4
      200 Central Park W (btwn W 77th & W 81st St), New York
      Science Museum$$$$View Prices
      • Lucinda M.

        Lucinda M. • May 2, 2013Not To Be Missed. This museum is amazing, fantastic. I Really Like. What's more, it has free WiFi

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    • 6.
      9.4
      1 E 70th St (at 5th Ave), New York
      Art Museum
      • Rae @.

        Rae @. • November 13, 2011In case you aren't part of the 1%, this museum is a great place to play house. The indoor garden is peaceful and perfect for writing or daydreaming. Student discount membership is the best way to go.

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    • 7.
      9.3
      1000 5th Ave (at 83rd St.), New York
      History Museum
      • Berk K.

        Berk K. • June 27, 2015The temple was given as a gift from the Egyptian government. It was originally built in 15 BC during the Roman occupation, so the pharaoh on the wall is Caesar Augustus.

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    • 8.
      9.3
      200 Central Park W (inside American Museum of Natural History), New York
      Planetarium$$$$
      • Alessandro F.

        Alessandro F. • June 3, 2014Beautiful from the outside, amazing from the inside. Great experience all around. P.s. The seats are way too comfortable. Don't go if you are tired or you will end up sleeping during the show.

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    • 9.
      9.2
      103 Orchard St (at Delancey St), New York
      History Museum
      • Michelle M.

        Michelle M. • June 6, 2013AWESOME! Daryl is SO knowledgable about the history of this neighborhood. Bring water though.

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    • 10.
      9.2
      1000 5th Ave (Cebu Business Park), New York
      Art Museum
      • Afi Y.

        Afi Y. • June 23, 2015The architecture is outstanding. During the holidays, there's a beautiful tree and sometimes a choir!

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    • 11.
      9.1
      35 Wooster St (btwn Broome & Grand St), New York
      Art Museum
      • Gabriela O.

        Gabriela O. • December 2, 2013Had a pleasant surprise with all the exhibitions, which were quite interesting and complex. I was surprised there were just one or two people at the place. Hope to come here more often when in NY.

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    • 12.
      9.0
      Pier 86 (West 46th Street and 12th Avenue), New York
      Science Museum
      • Aaron B.

        Aaron B. • August 18, 2015Cool exhibit if you haven't seen a shuttle yet. You can't go inside of it unfortunately. You do get to see how amazing they are though along with the Soyuz capsule.

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    • 13.
      8.9
      215 Centre St, New York
      History Museum
      • Eric C.

        Eric C. • April 24, 2010Completely unique experience. Awesome architecture and interior design!

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    • 14.
      9.4
      2 E 91st St (at 5th Ave), New York
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Marina B.

        Marina B. • September 12, 2015Great design museum and it has that perfect size where you can see all without getting tired. I love their smart pen, you can save your favorites works and receive all the information later.

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    • 15.
      8.9
      200 Central Park W, New York
      Planetarium
      • Joseph T.

        Joseph T. • August 22, 2011Doing both the Planetarium and the Museum in one day is a little daunting... and very tiring. Make them separate trips or go early on a weekday.

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    • 16.
      9.3
      945 Madison Ave (at E 75th St), New York
      Art Museum
      • Robin .

        Robin . • April 4Great contemporary and modern art addition to the Met. The architectural design of the building is fabulous as well.

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    • 17.
      9.2
      150 W 17th St. (btwn 6th & 7th Ave.), New York
      Art Museum
      • Alan C.

        Alan C. • March 20, 2010Friday openings draw a swanky high art crowd; as long as you don't need silence to appreciate a painting you get the best of both worlds: an interesting crowd and interesting exhibits.

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    • 18.
      9.1
      1071 5th Ave (at E 89th St), New York
      Art Museum$$$$View Prices
      • Eleni M.

        Eleni M. • March 24The best museum I've ever visited ! The design of the building makes it very friendly to people . You will enjoy your visit!

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    • 19.
      9.0
      170 Central Park W (at W 77th St), New York
      History Museum
      • Julia L.

        Julia L. • November 6, 2014Beautiful space with unique exhibits. Check out the bar in the evening!

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    • 20.
      9.0
      725 Park Ave (at E 70th St), New York
      Art MuseumView Prices
      • Josette

        Josette • January 26, 2015Great Asia-inspired healthy, fresh food, good vegan too. Great weekend brunch and afternoon high-tea

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    • 21.
      8.6
      W 53rd st, New York
      Art Museum
      • Kate ❤️ B.

        Kate ❤️ B. • September 8, 2012Great museum!)Everyone have to visit this awesome place!

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    • 22.
      8.6
      235 Bowery (btwn Stanton & Rivington St.), New York
      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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    • 23.
      9.4
      225 Madison Ave (btwn E 36th & E 37th St), New York
      Museum$$$$
      • Marina B.

        Marina B. • September 13, 2015Beautiful library! Try to do the guided tour and you will learn a lot about the history of this place. Gutenberg's Bible is one of their highlights.

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    • 24.
      8.8
      2 Columbus Cir (btwn 8th Ave & Broadway), New York
      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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    • 25.
      8.8
      1048 5th Ave (at E 86th St), New York
      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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    • 26.
      9.2
      Pier 86 (West 46th Street and 12th Avenue), New York
      History Museum
      • ThePurplePassport.com

        ThePurplePassport.com • May 1, 2012Even if military history isn’t your thing, the Intrepid is worth checking out–the recently renovated exhibits & films are fascinating. Note: As many tourist spots around the city, lines can be long,

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    • 27.
      8.7
      29 E 4th St (at Lafayette Street), New York
      History Museum
      • Washington Square Hotel

        Washington Square Hotel • May 22, 2012Built in 1832, this museum is New York City’s only family home preserved intact - both inside and out.

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    • 28.
      8.5
      200 Central Park W, New York
      Planetarium
      • Jens D.

        Jens D. • August 15, 2011Give way - tje view is the same for everyone. Truly!

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    • 29.
      8.5
      103 Charlton St (Hudson & Charlton), New York
      Art Museum
      • Sarah W.

        Sarah W. • January 2, 2012On busy days (like school holidays in winter) the museum will hit capacity and you'll have to wait to enter -- unless you called ahead and got your name on the wait list. We did this and breezed in!

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    • 30.
      8.4
      12 Fulton St (btwn Water and South St), New York
      History Museum
      • Naked B.

        Naked B. • January 28, 2012This is a really nice museum down in th Seaport. It's not the biggest, but for $5 it's worth every penny if you're down there. I'm happy that it has re-opened, the space by itself is worth it.

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