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      • Museums (24)
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      Museum of Jewish HeritageJuly 17, 2012
      History Museum
      • New York, United States

      The poet Emma Lazarus, gave a compassionate voice to the Statue of Liberty, and the promising message of new beginnings for generations of newcomers to America. Read more

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      Trinity ChurchJuly 17, 2012
      Church
      • New York, United States

      Artifacts from the eight-month-long 9/11 ministry that took place at St. Paul's Chapel will be displayed in the exhibit A Church for the New World: The History of Trinity Church and St. Paul's Chapel. Read more

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      Museum of the Moving ImageJuly 17, 2012
      Museum
      • Astoria, United States

      This core exhibition reveals the skills, material resources and artistic decisions that go into making moving images. Read more

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      ABC No RioJuly 17, 2012
      Performing Arts
      • New York, United States

      The collection includes independent, underground and marginal publications on subjects such as music, culture, politics, personal experience and travel. The collection does not include poetry. Read more

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      The Jewish Theological Seminary of AmericaJuly 17, 2012
      University
      • New York, United States

      On view are items representing the depth and breadth of the Library’s collections. Read more

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      New York Hall of ScienceJuly 17, 2012
      Science Museum
      • Queens, United States

      Lively Explainers at the museum demonstrate the exciting properties of chemistry, physics, biology and more right before your eyes during these interactive 15-minute demonstrations. Read more

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      Queens ZooJuly 17, 2012
      Zoo
      • Flushing, United States

      Featuring some of the more exotic native species of the Americas, this zoo is home to more than 75 species, including pumas, parrots, Andean bears and bison. Read more

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      Central Park ZooJuly 17, 2012
      Zoo
      • New York, United States

      Just steps from Fifth Avenue, visitors can chill out with penguins and polar bears or warm up with tropical rainforest critters. Read more

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      Prospect Park ZooJuly 17, 2012
      Zoo
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Visitors can roam the lush gardens, marshes and scrubland of Discovery Trail, visit domestic animals on the farm, or head inside to meet nocturnal critters and a troop of Hamadryas baboons. Read more

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      Alley Pond Environmental CenterJuly 17, 2012
      Museum
      • Douglaston, United States

      Walking trails at this wild parkland in Queens are open from dawn to dusk, year round. More than 300 species of birds and other wildlife have been documented here. Read more

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      New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (LPA)July 17, 2012
      Library
      • New York, United States

      Anyone can listen to or watch archival footage from the Jerome Robbins Dance Division, Music Division, or Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound. Read more

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      Poets HouseJuly 17, 2012
      Library
      • New York, United States

      Literary journals, chapbooks and a multimedia archive (accessible onsite using Poets House iPods) are among the collections available at the Poets House. Read more

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      Museum at Eldridge StreetJuly 17, 2012
      Museum
      • New York, United States

      The museum presents the culture, history & traditions of the great wave of Jewish immigrants to the LES, drawing parallels with the diverse cultural communities that have settled in America. Read more

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      Mount Vernon Hotel MuseumJuly 17, 2012
      History Museum
      • New York, United States

      Constructed in 1799 as a carriage house & converted into a hotel in 1826, the museum transports the visitor back to the hotel, a country escape for New Yorkers. Read more

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      Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic SiteJuly 17, 2012
      Historic Site
      • New York, United States

      The home in which Roosevelt lived until he was 14 has been reconstructed with 1865 period rooms and galleries with memorabilia related to him. Read more

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      Van Cortlandt Park - Tortoise and Hare StatueJuly 17, 2012
      Public Art
      • Bronx, United States

      Spacious formal rooms and bedchambers are furnished with 18th-century antiques. Among the mansion's many treasures are America's oldest dollhouse and child's sled. Read more

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      Socrates Sculpture ParkJuly 17, 2012
      Sculpture
      • Long Island City, United States

      Socrates is the only New York City park that regularly exhibits sculpture by some of the world's most renowned artists, alongside projects by some of the nation's most promising emerging artists. Read more

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      9/11 Tribute CenterJuly 17, 2012
      Historic Site
      • New York, United States

      Five galleries reveal personal stories and experiences of members of the World Trade Center community who recount the events of February 26, 1993 and September 11, 2001. Read more

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      Statue of LibertyJuly 17, 2012
      Landmark
      • New York, United States

      Visitors can experience the original torch and the Statue of Liberty exhibit, then proceed to the promenade area for an up close peek at the statue and a spectacular view of New York Harbor. Read more

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      Empire State Building 86th Floor Observation DeckJuly 17, 2012
      Scenic Lookout
      • New York, United States

      The 86th floor observatory, 1,050 feet (320 meters) off the ground, has both a glass-enclosed area which is heated in winter and cooled in summer. Read more

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