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Visit NYC Museums During Springtime Showers

You’re new to NYC and it’s raining, so you’re not sure where to go. Don’t worry, a little rain here will never equate to having nothing to do! You and your friends can seize this opportunity to meet up in The Webster Apartments lobby and visit NYC museums during springtime showers.

New York City is a mecca for culturally inspiring museums. As with most things in the city, there’s something for everyone and very easy to find. In fact, there are over 140 to choose from!

NYC has so many museums that we even have a Museum Mile. You can find this stretch of museums on the Upper East Side along Fifth Ave. You can’t pass up the chance to visit at least a few of these museums in the cultural capital of the US.

Art Museums You Don’t Want To Miss

If you’re a lover of the arts, or just want to hit up some of the most renowned art museums in the world, then check out the five listed below. A visit to any of these NYC museums during springtime showers will brighten an otherwise dreary day.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met prides itself on presenting “over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy”.  You can get lost wandering amongst some of the greatest and most beautiful works of art in the world.

The Museum of Modern Art. MoMa is the place for thought-provoking pieces and exhibits. Contemporary art at its finest!

The Guggenheim is another landmark contemporary art museum. The iconic structure of the museum, designed by Frank Llyod Wright, is a work of art itself!

[Source: Guggenheim]

The Brooklyn Museum offers a range of exhibits that shed light on cultures from around the world. You can see everything from Egyptian to African art, European paintings, and sculptures, in addition to a variety of events.

The Jewish Museum is where art and Jewish culture meet. They display over 30,000 works of art and are located on Museum Mile. This museum is great for exploring Jewish culture from around the world.

Of course, there are so many more art museums in the city that you can explore. You can find many of them here.

Visit Museums Rich In History & Science

There’s something about popping into a museum rich in history as the rain is coming down on the city streets. If you’re looking to learn more about events of the past, then the following three museums are a great place to start.

American Museum of Natural History. The big blue whale! Dinosaurs! Mammoths! You really can’t live in NYC without a trip to this iconic museum.

[Source: American Museum of Natural History]

911 Memorial Museum. September 11, 2021 marks 20 years since this life-altering attack took place. The 911 Memorial Museum has perfectly honored the victims and their families with an informative museum as well as a beautiful memorial pool just outside. A visit to this museum will stay with you long after you leave.

Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. Ellis Island is another iconic destination in NYC. They allow you to “walk in the footsteps of history” and take in what many experiencing when coming to America.

Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum. You can see the Intrepid aircraft carrier, Enterprise space shuttle, the world’s fastest jets, and a submarine. See, we told you there’s something for everyone!

Rose Center for Earth and Space. This is part of the American Museum of Natural History but deserves a separate mention. The Rose Center is where the great Hayden Planetarium is housed, along with exhibitions exploring our universe.

Visit NYC Museums Any Chance You Can

Visit NYC museums during springtime showers and get to know our city that’s rich with culture. Even better – many are donation-based or ask for a small fee. Whether you love history, science, or art (or all of the above!), you will find so many options are available to you.

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