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    If you’re interested in the City of New York, you’ve come to the right place. The Museum of the City of New York is absolutely the best place to begin your orientation to all things NYC. There are well-curated exhibits about the history and context in which our City has grown to its present status as a world capital. There are amazing explorations of street art and protest movements as well as multimedia presentations about our metropolis. You will not be disappointed.

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    In addition to the terrific exhibits, featuring a wide variety of arts, the staff is especially welcoming and helpful. The museum hours are the best – open seven days a week until 6pm! No getting chased out of the galleries at 4:45pm as happens in many other museums.Craftgal

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    Almost 1/2 of the museum was under construction, but they still charged us full price. Don’t expect to even see the advertised exhibits, these were also closed for the day.

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    Not a very crowded museum, but they have an interesting exhibit about major social movements in American history. The exhibit on small living spaces was not as interesting, innovative, or interactive as it could have been. The Green Wood Cemetary exhibit was somewhat interesting, little tidbits of American History and famous people buried there. If you like maritime pictures, there’s a collection here as well.

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    Im a big fan of MCNY as well as a member. Its great to see exhibits based solely on NYC. Their recent exhibit Rising Waters, Hurricane Sandy photography, is a must see. Very nicely done. I recommend becoming a member. You will get to attend many of their opening nite celebrations and see the exhibits before the public.