Often considered the best museum in NYC, the Met spans 5,000+ years and houses 2 million pieces of art.
You don’t have to be an avid art connoisseur to appreciate the real-life paintings you grew up studying in school!
This incredible science museum is home to 33 million specimens, yet only 3% are on display.
The building is worth visiting alone, the art is icing on the cake. Make your way up a spiral ramp to observe world-famous modern art.
Arguably the most moving museum in NYC. The layout is clean and easy to follow, your focus instantly latches on to the intended exhibit.
This museum is considered one of the 10 best aviation museums in the world, reason alone to visit.
The library is equipped with three floors of metal-enclosed walnut bookshelves, chock full of rare books.
Take a walk down memory lane and explore vintage subway cars parked in a decommissioned subway station.
World-famous art housed inside a mansion speaks to the influence of private art collections being made available to the public.
Founded by a prominent America socialite,this museum is an ode to her dedication and love for art.