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The Frick Collection, Explored

The Frick is one of the finest art collection in New York. With its masterpieces by some of Europe’s greatest artists hung in opulent rooms, the Frick is more than a museum—it’s a true pleasure to experience! Here’s what you need to know about visiting the Frick, from the collection’s history to hours. History of […]

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Everything You Need to Know To Visit The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the world’s greatest art museums. With a collection of more than 2 million works, it stretches almost a quarter-mile and exhibits masterpieces from ancient Egypt to modern art. In 2011 alone, 5.68 million visitors toured “the Met” so if you want to go, there are two options. First, […]

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Diego Rivera in NYC

Diego Rivera, one of the 20th Century’s most famous artists, was locked in one of NYC’s most infamous culture clashes. Celebrated Mexican artist Diego Rivera came to NYC in 1931 to create murals for the new Museum of Modern Art.  The works were showcased in the museum’s second solo exhibition (Matisse being the first), which […]

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Free Things to Do in New York City (Like, Visit Museums)

Looking for free things to do in New York City? We don’t blame you. Let’s face it: New York can be expensive. But meager funds needn’t keep you from enjoying New York’s museums, gardens, and other cultural treasures. As any good local will tell you, there are plenty of free things to do in New […]

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