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New York Historical Society

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New York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
New York City, NY 10024
Venue Type: Museum

upper west side

© New York Historical Society
November 13th - February 28th, 2016 Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York
October 30th - February 28th, 2016 Holiday Express: Toys and Trains from the Jerni Collection
October 9th - February 21st, 2016 Superheroes in Gotham
May 22nd - June 4th, 2016 Raising the Curtain: Picasso's Painting for the Ballet Le Tricorne
Pablo Picasso
Dec, 2015 "Maestà": Gaddi's Triptych Reunited
Taddeo Gaddi
Tue-Thu 10-6; Fri 10-8; Sat 10-6; Sun 11-5:45
(212) 873-3400
Adults: $12 / Senior citizens (65 and over) & Educators : $9 / Members of the military (with proper ID): $9 / Students (with proper ID): $7 / N-YHS members and children under 12: FREE / Friday nights, 6:00 – 8:00 PM: Pay what you wish
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The New-York Historical Society houses a treasure trove of materials relating to the founding of our country, the history of art in America, and the history of New York and its people. The museum collection of more than 60,000 objects and works of art may be viewed online at, and in the Henry Luce III Center for the Study of American Culture, an innovative, "visible storage" installation. Fine art holdings include renowned Hudson River School landscapes; masterpieces of colonial and later portraiture; John James Audubon's watercolors for The Birds of America; an encyclopedic collection of sculpture; and much more. Great achievements in the making of silver, ceramics, and furniture, along with one of the most important Tiffany lamp collections, are the stars of our decorative arts holdings. Artifacts relating to New York's participation in local and global events, among them the slave trade, the American Revolution, and the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, chronicle the history of New York and the nation through our own day. Three million manuscripts, photographs, prints, maps and books complement these art and artifact collections and are accessible at Bobcat. Also accessible online is the Gilder Lehrman Collection, on deposit at the Society. We draw from all of these holdings to create interpretive exhibitions illuminating the past.

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