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Agora Gallery

530 W 25th St
New York NY 10001

Agora Gallery is a fine art gallery located in the heart of New York City’s Chelsea art galleries district that was established in 1984 and is famous for showcasing a spectacular array of talented artists from around the world and around the corner, while providing quality and original art to collectors.

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The Frick Collection

1 E 70th St
New York NY 10021

Art Museum, private Collection

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Neue Galerie New York

1048 5th Ave
New York NY 10028

Museum of German and Austrian art and design

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Bronx Botanical Garden

2900 Southern Blvd
Bronx NY 10458

At 250 sprawling acres, this national landmark in the northern half of Bronx Park contains 16 gardens, a cascading waterfall and the historic Snuff Mill. Home to the country's largest Victorian greenhouse, the garden also houses the International Plant Science Center where botanical research has been going on since 1891. An array of special events spans from the Tulip Festival to free Sunday afternoon concerts in summer.

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Holocaust Museum & Studies Center

75 W 205th St
Bronx NY 10468

Run by students of the Bronx High School Of Science, the Holocaust Museum And Studies Center was one of the first such institutions to open in the United States. The Center features an extensive, carefully curated and internationally acclaimed collection of Holocaust related artifacts and information.

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City Island Nautical Museum

190 Fordham St
Bronx NY 10464

The City Island
Nautical Museum
will host an exhibit
of artworks featuring
City Island by Islanders
through September 2009

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Children's Museum of Long Island

11 Davis Ave
Garden City NY 11530

The idea for the Long Island Children’s Museum started as a dinner conversation in 1989 between a group of Long Island business people, artists and educators—parents all. Why, they wondered, didn’t Long Island have the type of institution they visited often on their family travels across the country? That conversation led to a commitment to create for the community an exciting place that would stimulate a child’s natural curiosity and educate them through exploration and play.
Long Island Children's Museum invites visitors of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to explore freely, discover their passions, and appreciate the communities and world we share.

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People's Museum

25-27 Crescent St
New York NY 11102

The People's Museum was conceived as a place for learning and enjoyment of all people. Unlike most museums of special interest and discipline, here is a place that truly puts the visitor first. First, in means of access. First, in means of presentation, and first in adding to people's lives, in learning and enjoyment.
Innovative methods of presentation will be the basis of exhibits at The People's Museum. This is a "general" museum. The museum's collection already houses a wide variety of artifacts representing African, Egyptian, South American, and diverse cultures from around the world. From dinosaur bones to contemporary art and Hollywood memorabilia, the museum will focus on how these items can be enjoyed by everyone and how they relate to our daily lives. There is a large military collection as well.

Because of the diverse audience that makes up New York City, the emphasis of our outreach presentations focuses on ethnic heritage and culture. Guest speakers and visitors alike will discuss topics of interest.

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Noguchi Museum

31-37 Vernon Blvd
New York NY 11106

Created by Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), The Noguchi Museum opened in 1985, presenting a comprehensive collection of the artist's works in stone, metal, wood, and clay, as well as models for public projects and gardens, dance sets, and Akari Light Sculptures. The Museum--chartered as The Noguchi Museum--is housed in thirteen galleries within a converted factory building and encircles a garden containing major granite and basalt sculptures.

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Museum of the Moving Image

7-1 35th Ave
New York NY 11106

Museum of the Moving Image advances the public understanding and appreciation of the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media. It does so by collecting, preserving, and providing access to moving-image related artifacts; screening significant films and other moving-image works; presenting exhibitions of artifacts, artworks, and interactive experiences; and offering educational and interpretive programs to students, teachers, and the general public.