Overlooked Museums in NYC
Spend a day exploring these overlooked museums in NYC during your stay at our New York City Hotel!
New York is home to world-famous museums, and people come from around the world to explore the Museum of Modern Art, and other well-known Museums in NYC. But there are other, oft forgotten, museums that are just as fascinating as the more popular NY attractions. Consider stopping by one of these overlooked museums during your next stay at our New York City Hotel.
Museum of the American Gangster
78 St. Mark’s Place New York, NY 10003
New York City’s criminal side is explored in this interesting Museum in NYC. Even the building is part of the city’s shadier past. Housed in a former speakeasy, infamous people like Al Capone frequented the spot. Today, you can walk where gangsters walked as you learn the fascinating history of gangsters in NYC.
Merchant’s House Museum
29 East 4th Street New York, NY 10003
Step back in time and learn what life was like for the wealthy Treadwell family 100 years ago. This NY attraction is filled with family-owned objects in what was once their home. It’s easy to imagine what life was like for privileged New Yorkers during this interesting time in the city’s history.
National Museum of Mathematics
1 East 26th Street New York, NY 10010
You might hate math, but you’ll still enjoy a visit to this interesting Museum in NYC. Learn how math is always at work in the world around you. You might not learn to love math, but you’ll surely gain more of a appreciation for it!
Rubin Museum of Art
150 West 17th Street New York, NY 10011
Here’s a little something for the art lovers! The main focus of the permanent collection is Tibetan art. This NY attraction occupies the building that was once Barney’s, and now displays more than 1,000 objects including ritual objects, paintings, and sculptures.
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