Things to do in NYC | Visiting NYC Museums FAQs
Visiting museums is a top New York Thing to Do near our Manhattan Hotel. Browse these frequently-asked questions about the top NYC Museums.
Visiting NYC Museums is a popular Thing to do in NYC, and many of the top Museums are located near our Manhattan Hotel. Read below for some of the most commonly-asked questions about this New York Thing to Do.
Q: Is DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan located near many popular New York Things to Do?
A: The location of our Midtown Manhattan Hotel is one of the best features of DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan. Our guests will have easy access to top NY Restaurants, Shopping, and Attractions. Visiting the City’s Museums is a popular Thing to do in NYC, and there are many located nearby along with other top Attractions and Activities.
Q: I’m looking for Things to do in NYC during an upcoming stay at your Manhattan Hotel, and thought about visiting some art museums. Are there any located nearby?
A: Yes! Guests at our Manhattan Hotel will find many of the top NYC Attractions are located nearby. Visiting the City’s wonderful art musuems is a top New York Thing to Do. Some of the options near our Hotel in Midtown Manhattan are the Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Frick Collection.
Q: I’m staying at your Hotel with my family. Are any of the Museums near your Manhattan Hotel places that my kids will enjoy?
A: Absolutely. There are many kid-friendly NYC Museums located near DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan. Visiting these Museums is a top New York Thing to Do. Some of the kid-friendly Museums located near our Manhattan Hotel are the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, and the American Museum of Natural History. The latter is one of the most popular museums in the City, and visitors of all ages love exploring the many halls at this massive Museum. At more than 2 million square feet, it is one of the largest museums in the world.
Q: We’re planning a stay at your Manhattan Hotel, and we’d like to visit the Ellis Island Museum. What is the admission fee to this NY Attraction?
A: Visiting Ellis Island is a very popular New York Thing to Do. Many people come to trace their own family history while others come just to see the place where so many immigrants entered on the way to their new lives. There is no admission fee to this popular Attraction, but you will have to pay for the ferry ride to Ellis Island. The fee for the ferry is $18 for those ages 13 and up.
Q: If I only have time to visit one NYC Museum during my stay at your Manhattan Hotel, which one would you suggest?
A: Visiting the many fabulous Museums near our Manhattan Hotel is a top New York Thing to Do. It’s tough to suggest just one, because the choice would depend on your interests. Visiting the American Museum of Natural History is a top Thing to do in NYC for both adults and children. Other top choices are the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters, and the Museum of Modern Art.
Q: I stayed at your Manhattan Hotel a few years ago, and the 9/11 Museum wasn’t open yet. Is it now open to the public?
A: Yes, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum opened in 2014, and visiting this important museum is a popular Thing to do in NYC among guests at our Manhattan Hotel. The 9/11 Memorial and Museum teaches visitors about the events of that tragic day, serves as a memorial to the fallen, and gives visitors the chance to hear first-hand accounts from those who were directly impacted by the events of that day.
Q: My friend told me that visiting the Tenement Museum was one of her favorite Things to do I NYC during her visit. About how long does it take to visit this Museum?
A: Guests at our Manhattan Hotel love visiting this Museum. When you enjoy this popular New York Thing to Do, you will step back in time and learn about life in the tenements from costumed interpreters. Several tours are available, and how long it will take depends on which tour you select. In general, a couple of hours is usually sufficient.
“Very pleasant place”Staff was helpful and gracious - easy access to subway if needed - doorman assisted with taxis - great service; housekeeping staff polite and considerate with sleeping in - they were quiet in the hallways - any special requests were honored. Staff at the bar said no problem for taking drinks to the room with a snack. Unfortunately did not try the restaurant - next time! Everyone was terrific - felt right at home.
“Lovely staff, great location, clean rooms”We were that English family! We came to New York to celebrate my sons 21st birthday. Kim was fantastically helpful when I told her it was my sons 21st. They decorated our room, left him some gifts, gave us vouchers for his first drink in the U.S., dealt with all our queries and were so friendly and welcoming. The hotel is in a great location - very central. The rooms are not huge, but we spent very little time in our room as we were out exploring. The rooms were very clean and the beds comfortable. There is no room service but there is a shop next door which does coffees, breakfasts and snacks and there is also a very good restaurant next door but one. I would recommend this hotel as a base for any families visiting New York.
“TREATED LIKE A QUEEN”Staying at the Double Tree Metroapolian in New York City is a wonderful experience that every traveler deserves to have. The location is great and the service is EXCELLENT..From check in to check out you are treated like royalty.
“Clean & Great Location”Stayed at the Double Tree in Midtown for 1 night. Good location - easy walk to Times Square for the Theater and lots of restaurants close by. Staff was friendly. Rooms were spacious and clean. Room on the 6th floor was suprisingly quiet. Parking is availabe under hotel at a reduced rate.
“Excellent choice for East Side locations”Close to subway and easy ingress/egress to LGA or JFK; rooms smaller than the Hilton on 6th Ave but big enough, clean and quiet; the staff could not be more accommodating and the cookies you get upon check-in are fabulous.