This blog really puts it best when saying “you’re never going to get bored when visiting New York City.” The city’s numerous museums are one reason for this. People travel far and wide to visit some of NYC’s museums, making the Whit, the Museum of Natural History, the Met, and the Guggenheim, some of NYC 2 Way’s most popular destinations. This article talks about the lesser known museums of New York City. They may not draw as big of crowds, but as you will find out as you read this article, these museums can be just as interesting as their bigger, more popular, contemporaries. Be sure to check out Top Reasons To Love NYC – NYC 2 WAY Black Limousine on why people love NYC so much.
Let’s face it: You’re never going to be bored when you visit New York City. With the some of the world’s best restaurants, museums, galleries and other cultural institutions, your biggest question isn’t going to be “what is there to do?” but “what should we do?” And while museums like the Guggenheim, the Met and the Whitney house inspiring collections and work by world renowned artists, they can be a little one note. Instead, we’ve curated the below list of collections and museums that will help you explore a different side of New York City not found in your guidebook.
Louis Armstrong Museum
The Louis Armstrong House Museum, the largest publicly held archival collection devoted to a jazz musician, is one of those “off-the-beaten track gems” guidebooks often pass over. The modest home in Corona, Queens, offers…
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