An educational and historical institution honoring the victims and examining 9/11 and its continued global significance.
Through models, renderings, films and time-lapse images, the public can learn about the future National 9-2011 Memorial and Museum and view construction progress at the World Trade Center site.
This vine-covered Victorian cottage surrounded by gardens was home for almost 80 years to Alice Austen (1866-1952), a pioneer woman photographer. Exhibits offer a glimpse into the life and work of this fascinating individual.
The Alternative Museum was founded as a venue for the public display of work by artists who have been under-recognized or disenfranchised because of ideology, race, gender or economic inequality. The museum is an online presence today.
Having sold its building on West 53rd Street to the Museum of Modern Art , the museum remains open at Lincoln Square. It celebrates the artistic accomplishments of mostly self-taught artists. The collection spans three centuries of American visual expression, from quilts to contemporary sculpture.
The largest natural history museum in the world has a mission commensurately monumental in scope. See reconstructions of dinosaurs, dioramas of mammals and ocean life in their natural habitats, meteors and glistening gems and cultural artifacts that kids literally running from one exhibition to the next. The Rose Center for Earth and Space explores the entire universe.
The Anne Frank Center USA, a partner organization of the Anne Frank House, uses the diary and spirit of Anne Frank as unique tools to advance her legacy, to educate young people and communities about the consequences of intolerance.
Founded in 1977 by Margaret Mead and other anthropologists, the museum details the anthropology disciplines of biology, archaeology, linguistics and culture studies. One exhibit traces the history of the Armenian people, from ancient times to the 1915 Armenian genocide through paths of immigration, including to the U.S.
Founded in December of 2012 and based in New York City, Gertrude is a community of unique art experiences where people gather to learn, discuss, and collect art curated by today's visionaries. We are redefining the art Salon for the 21st Century, and we want to bring this movement to the world.
Complementing the superb art works in the museum are lectures by leading scholars and collectors in the field, musical and theatrical events and the screening of films from many Asian countries.