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Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Founded in 1931, the Whitney Museum is known for displaying contemporary American art even more up-to-date than the Museum of Modern Art.

Founded in 1931, the Whitney Museum is known for displaying contemporary American art even more up-to-date than the Museum of Modern Art. It is most famous for its long-standing tradition of hosting a biennial art show that displays many lesser-known artists new to the American art scene.


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About Whitney Museum of American Art

 945 Madison Ave

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Whitney Museum of American Art and Nearby Sights on Map

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pay what you wish; includes same-day admission to the Cloisters Museum & Gardens in Upper Manhattan (suggested admission $20 adults, $15 seniors, $10 students, children under 12 free)

Frick Collection

The former home of steel baron Henry Clay Frick, this sprawling mansion is filled with Frick's enormous personal art collection, displayed as he left it

Bethesda Fountain

Fountain overlooking the Lake in New York's Central Park

Central Park

A sprawling open space in Upper Manhattan, Central Park is divided into four quadrants

Neue Galerie New York

Strawberry Fields

Guggenheim Museum

Probably the most famous of the Guggenheim foundations (others found in Bilbao, Venice, Berlin and Las Vegas), which hold avant-garde modern art by artists such as Kandinsky and Mondrian, the New York branch is housed in a unique and famous Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building rendered in a rounded, organic form and completed in 1959

Dakota Building

This massive apartment building has been home to many celebrities

Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum

A branch of the Smithsonian Institution, the Cooper-Hewitt is devoted to historic and contemporary design, with changing exhibits

American Museum of Natural History

Holding a remarkably large collection, each of the 5 floors of this massive building has expansive and well-designed exhibits devoted to astronomy, biology, geology, anthropology, climatology, and paleontology