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Museum of Modern Art
Category: Arts + Monument + Museum
11 West 53rd St., New York, NY

Moma is one of the coolest museums I've ever been to!! Very abstract and modern exhibits really get you thinking about all of the different kinds of ways to express yourself through art. Paintings, photography,...

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Metropolitan Museum of Art
Category: Arts + Monument + Museum
1000 5th Ave., New York, NY 10128
212.879.5500


Metropolitan Museum of Art Guide With a diverse collection embracing over two million works of art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art ranks as one of the world’s great museums. The museum houses particularly impressiv...   more

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Category: Arts + Monument + Museum
1000 5th Ave, New York, NY

Not sure why someone would list this under tourist traps. The Metropolitan may be the best museum of art in the world. You could spend months in there. When I was a kid, it actually was free. Now the fee is suggested and...   more

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Beacon Theatre
Category: Arts
2124 Broadway, New York, NY

The magic continued with Undercover of the Night, a live song I absolutely love. It was spooky and funky. Keith hit some unique notes that added texture late in the song. Background singers were a nice boost. For the die...   more

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Circle In the Square Theatre
Category: Arts
1633 Broadway, New York, NY

Socrates Sculpture Park
Category: Arts + Camps + Parks
32-01 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, NY 11370
718.956.1819


Doorways
In 1985 local artist Mark di Suvero and other residents rallied to transform what had been an abandoned landfill and illegal dump site into this 4½-acre park devoted to public art. The park was named in honor of t...   more

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Ed Sullivan Theater
Category: Arts
1697 Broadway, New York, NY 10168
212.975.6644


For most of NYC.com's visitors, this theater built in 1927 is famous because it is where David Letterman gets up to his shenanigans. However, the theater is so named because in the 1950s through the 1960s it was home to ...   more

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Minskoff Theatre
Category: Arts
1515 Broadway, New York, NY

Although not Broadway's fanciest theater, the Minksoff is one of the theater district's largest venues, holding more than 1,600 patrons. Not all shows, however, have been able to fill those seats. In 1979, the musical 'G...   more

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Booth Theater
Category: Arts
222 West 45th Street, New York, NY

Booth Theater
Lee Shubert and his partner in the Booth, Winthrop Ames, had just survived an adventure far uptown. They were involved in the building of the New Theater, on Central Park West between 62nd & 63rd Streets. Designed by...   more

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Queens Museum of Art
Category: Arts + Monument + Museum
New York City Building, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, New York, NY 11375
718.592.9700


The Queens Museum of Art shows contemporary works by many interesting local and international artists as well as temporary exhibits on culture, but it's best known for the astonishing Panorama, a nearly 900,000-building ...   more

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