Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney Museum could be just one of more than 80 museums scattered throughout New York. But its facilities and exhibitions are gaining more and more traction with New Yorkers and tourists alike. Opened in 2015, the museum is part of a plan to revitalize the Meatpacking District, which has

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9/11 Memorial

The impeccably organised exhibitions describe in great detail the attacks on the Twin Towers and the day that changed the history of the world. Located in the World Trade Center complex in southern Manhattan, the museum is part of the revitalization project of the former Twin Towers neighborhood. The “National

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Cooper Hewitt National

The Cooper Hewitt Museum, located near Central Park, which you can include in your New York City tour. Founded in 1896, the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum is a design-focused museum located in New York City’s famous Museum Mile district, which is also home to museums such as the Solomon

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Ellis Island

It is through this island that, until 1954, 12 million immigrants passed through, before embarking on the conquest of this New World.Before them, 7 million people had landed, upon their arrival, at Castle Clinton, a former theatre, transformed into a reception centre, where everyone received the papers they needed. Indeed,

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The Frick Collection

The Frick Collection is housed in the former residence of Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), designed by Thomas Hastings and built in 1913-14. After Frick’s death in 1931, modifications and additions were made to the building by architect John Russell Pope, and in 1935 the Collection was opened to the public.

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