Top 65 Things to do in New York and Useful Links
to do in New York?
61 (40) PS1 Contemporary
"Recognized as a
defining force of the alternative space movement, P.S.1 stands out
from other major arts institutions through its cutting-edge approach
to exhibitions and direct involvement of artists within a scholarly
framework. P.S.1 acts as an intermediary between artist and audience.
Functioning as a living and active meeting place for the general
public, P.S.1 is a catalyst for ideas, discourses and new trends
in contemporary art” So there, for more:
You’ll find the
PSI at 22 Jackson Avenue at 46th Street, Queens
62 (71) The Brooklyn Museum
The big old Brooklyn
Museum is, well, big and old. From ancient Egyptian to contemporary
art, The Brooklyn Museum has been appreciating its collection into
a wide range of art for all to appreciate. Once appreciated you
might also appreciate Prospect Park and Zoo /or the Brooklyn Botanic
Federal Hall is a museum
and memorial to George Washington and the beginnings of the United
States of America. Find out much about the difficult birth of one
of the greatest nations the world has ever seen.
At Federal Hall you can
stand on the spot where George Washington was sworn in as America's
first President. Explore numerous exhibits tracing New York's role
as America's capital. Entry into Federal Hall is free of charge.
64 Governor's Island
Governor's Island is
good value as the ferry and almost everything on the Island is free
of charge. Tours are available but you might have to pay for those.
65 (42) The National
Museum of the American Indian
Clearly an important
part of American history. If you want to get past the Cowboys and
Indians this is a very good place to start.