The Morgan Library & Museum, New York

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New York, NY 10016

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  • 3 mentions in What are the best & most interesting museums in NYC & surrounding areas?

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, "...seeing. It used to be a private house and there's even an indoor wintergarden inside. One of my all-time favorites. The The Morgan Library & Museum is also wonderful--two totally different styles but you should see both the museum and the library. They also have..." See More

    • peter f.

      peter f. said, "...The Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, the Ground Zero 9/11 Memorial Museum, and the The Morgan Library & Museum, are my suggestions they are all unique. The CH has been recently been completely renovated and has some mesmerizing interactI've displays. It,s the Smithsonian design museuM...." See More

    • Fritzi L.

      Fritzi L. said, "...The The Morgan Library & Museum is one of my favorite smaller museums. It is in a beautiful building with an unbelievable library of illuminated manuscripts. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, while not strictly a museum, has a free tour where you see..." See More

  • 1 mention in Museum Obscura

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, "...going on. I think people forget it doubles as a museum. Neue Galerie New York– really cool German and Austrian art he Morgan Library & Museum – I don’t know why more people don’t go to this—amazing exhibits and a great place to have lunch..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the top 5 can't miss tourist attractions in NYC?

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, "...place your grandmother would take you, but it's really more like where your hippest, most interesting friend goes on Saturday afternoons. The Morgan Library & Museum- You're going to want to start book collecting after you see this place. Trust me. TriBeCa - outdoor..." See More

  • 1 mention in Which NYC museums are must see? We only have time for two.

    • Fritzi L.

      Fritzi L. said, "...I agree that the The Frick Collection and The Morgan Library & Museum are beautiful destinations and collections, but not overwhelming. The art is fascinating, and the setting is equally enjoyable. These two are not as crowded as the Met and the Moma. If you..." See More

  • 1 mention in Historical places to visit in New York

    • Larry G.

      Larry G. said, "...The Cloisters (website) The Morgan Library & Museum (website)Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site Brooklyn Bridge Staten Island FerryGrand Central Terminal..." See More

  • 1 mention in What should be on my "Can't Miss" list on 1st trip to New York City?

    • Fritzi L.

      Fritzi L. said, "...a walk up Fifth ave from 42nd to 57th. The museum choices are endless, my favorites are @The Frick Collection and The Morgan Library & Museum both homes of wealthy industrialists and stunning mansions with lovely collections that won't take all day. Each neighborhood has..." See More

  • 1 mention in Open day on a business trip to NYC

    • Fritzi L.

      Fritzi L. said, "...Bartholomew's Church, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue. As far as museums go, I love The Frick Collectionand The Morgan Library & Museum, these are smaller museums that were homes to the wealthy. The collections are personal and the buildings are..." See More

  • 1 mention in Calling all New Yorkers! What makes New York City great?

    • Kat D.

      Kat D. said, "...of Art; Central Park; United Nations Headquarters; The Cloisters, New York Public Library, Prospect Park, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Bryant Park, The Morgan Library & Museum, The Metropolitan Opera & Museum of Modern Art)...." See More

  • 1 mention in Art related places apart from museums?

    • John K.

      John K. said, "...Grand Central Station -interior; New York Public Library- interior; The Morgan Library & Museum; The Cloisters; Brooklyn Museum and Rubin Museum of Art. I included the less famous museums...." See More

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