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Museum of the City of New York
This museum collects, preserves, and presents cultural and historical documents and artifacts related to New York City.
National Academy of Design
This museum and school of fine art has been exhibiting the work of American artists since 1825.
The New Museum of Contemporary Art
Founded in 1977, The New Museum is the only museum in Manhattan devoted soley to contemporary art and is internationally renowned for its curatorial program.
New York City Fire Museum
Find out about the history of the New York Fire Department, and the men and women who have served the City through the years.
New York City Police Museum
This museum collects and preserves items related to the history of the New York City Police Department.
New York Hall of Science
Visit New York City's largest collection of hands-on and interactive scientific and technical exhibits.
New York Public Library
Library services are provided through three independent systems: the Brooklyn Public Library, the New York Public Library and the Queens Borough Public Library. These systems operate 87 local library branches throughout the City and four research library centers in Manhattan. The libraries offer free and open access to books, periodicals, electronic resources and non-print materials. Reference and career services; Internet access; and educational, cultural, and recreational programming for adults, young adults, and children are also provided. The libraries’ collections include 377 electronic databases and more than 65 million books, periodicals and other circulating and reference items.
PS1
Founded in 1971, PS1 Contemporary Art Center is one of the largest and oldest arts organizations in the United States solely devoted to contemporary art.
Poets House
Poets House in Downtown Manhattan is a poetry archive, literary center, and meeting place that houses over 50,000 volumes of poetry.
Queens Borough Public Library
The Queens Library provides an online catalog, activities for kids and teens, online research, and an events calendar in a variety of languages.
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