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The Jazz Museum in Harlem

104 E 126th St
New York NY 10035

As the legendary jazz pianist/composer (and mentor to Duke Ellington) Willie "The Lion" Smith once said: "I'd rather be a fly on a lamppost in Harlem than a millionaire anywhere else." His remark still holds true today: Harlem is in the midst of a new renaissance of culture, commerce and tourism.

Outside of its native New Orleans, no community has nurtured jazz more than Harlem. Duke Ellington, Benny Carter, Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker, Charles Mingus, Count Basie, John Coltrane, Billie Holiday - all of their unique sounds reverberated throughout these fabled streets. Their legacy continues as the jazz musicians of today have also found a home in this community for their own contemporary sounds. The National Jazz Museum in Harlem is dedicated to fostering this spirit -the music as a living, breathing entity that looks as far into the future as it does into the past.


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National Museum Of Catholic Art & History

443 E 115 St
New York NY 10029

Our museum is best known for a beautiful collection of old masters including “The Betrayal of Christ” by Sir Anthony Van Dyck. The contemporary galleries have new permanent exhibition called “The Morsel “(Last Supper) by Paul A. Gatto, with other artists such as Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg and “ The famous Blue Madonna”. Our Catholic history galleries tell the story of the voyage of Christopher Columbus, the success of The Declaration of Independence in an 8ft oil painting by Russian-born portrait painter Victor Korolev and his other portrait of Archbishop John Carroll. We just acquired for the permanent collection a Life -Size Nativity from the Philippines. Come see our 11 galleries of art and artifacts. Our museum welcomes traveling exhibits and works on art on loan by private collectors.


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Ripley's Believe it or Not! Times Square

234 W 42nd St
New York NY 10036

Ripley's Believe It or Not! Times Square Odditorium is New York City's most outrageous destination attraction! Located on New 42nd Street in the heart of Times Square, Manhattan. Experience NYC's only Odditorium where fact is stranger than fiction. Explore the unbelievable in over twenty galleries of outrageous interactive, video and archival exhibits in this one of a kind attaction. Your self-guided adventure is sure to astonish as you come face to face with remarkable relics and rare treasures from around the world. Like the Ripley's Believe It or Not! attractions around the globe, each item inside Ripley's Times Square will appeal to man's basic curiosity and desire to know more about this world...and New York City. As weird as it is real....Believe It or Not!


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Museum of Business Commerce

177 W 26th St
New York NY 10001

The Museum of Business, Commerce and Wealth has been launched under the auspices of the Historic Collection of Business, Commerce and Wealth. The idea of a museum specifically dedicated to the study, understanding and dissemination of the knowledge, creation and influence of business, commerce and wealth is long overdue, and now, happily and significantly, here.


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Italian American Museum

155 Mulberry St
New York NY 10013

The Italian American Museum is dedicated to exploring the rich cultural heritage of Italy and Italian Americans by presenting the individual and collective struggles and achievements of Italians and their heirs to the American way of life. By collecting, preserving, and interpreting tangible objects and reminiscences, the Italian American Museum displays notable contributions of Italians and Italian Americans to American culture. The Italian American Museum is a cultural and educational institution promoting constructive pluralism by educating Americans to the heritage of Italian Americans and their European roots, values, language, and traditions. The Italian American Museum sponsors exhibitions, festivals, lectures, symposia and educational travel programs to Europe with a focus on Italy and its contributions to the world, as well as house precious collections of objects and memorabilia on the Italian American experience.


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Fusion Arts Museum

57 Stanton St
New York NY 10002

FusionArts Museum is New York’s only visual art space dedicated exclusively to the exhibition and archiving of multidisciplinary (fusion) art.
It is operated under the auspices of Fusion Arts (Converging Arts Media Organization), a 501(c)3 visual arts organization and registered New York public charity whose mission is to promote fusion art and the artists who choose to create work in this genre.


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The Alternative Museum

594 Broadway
New York NY 10012

The Alternative Museum was originally founded in 1975 as the Alternative Center for International Arts Inc. TAM served the public with more than 375 exhibitions and over 500 concerts and panel discussions as it provided a new paradigm for contemporary arts institutions. Projects focused on the pressing social and political issues of our times


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Museum of the City of NY

1220 5th Ave
New York NY 10029

Among the city’s major museums, there is only one with the words “New,” “York,” and “City” in its name, and this is precisely what gives the Museum of the City of New York its unique mandate: to explore the past, present, and future of this fascinating and particular place and to celebrate its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation. A variety of exhibitions, public programs, and publications all investigate what gives New York City its singular character.


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El Museo Del Barrio

1230 5th Ave
New York NY 10029

Heralded by The New York Times as “an institution in its ascendancy”,
El Museo del Barrio was founded in 1969 by artist Raphael Montañez Ortiz with the support of a group of Puerto Rican educators, artists, parents and community activists in East Harlem’s Spanish-speaking El Barrio. Since then, El Museo del Barrio has evolved into New York’s leading Latino cultural institution, having expanded its mission to represent the diversity of art and culture in all of the Caribbean and Latin America.

As the only museum in New York City that specializes in representing these cultures, El Museo del Barrio continues to have a significant impact on the cultural life of New York City and is now a major stop on Manhattan’s Museum Mile on Fifth Avenue. El Museo del Barrio thrives on the sustained excellence of its collections, exhibitions and public programming.


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Eyebeam Atelier Digital Museum

115 Mercer St
New York NY 10012

Eyebeam is the leading not-for-profit art and technology center in the United States.

Founded in 1996 and incorporated in 1997, Eyebeam was conceived as a non-profit art and technology center dedicated to exposing broad and diverse audiences to new technologies and media arts, while simultaneously establishing and demonstrating new media as a significant genre of cultural production.