How to Unwind and Find Catharsis in NYC: Museums

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Free Museums

In the room the women come and go

Talking of Michelangelo

The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T. S. Eliot



New York City is full of thousands of ways to fill a day. But nowadays, intellectual hobbies have been suppressed by laziness, inconvenience, and the vastness of the Internet. People don’t bother going to see artwork when they can just see images on Google or blogs. But let me inconvenience you for a minute to say that you are wasting a fantastic opportunity to see priceless art all over the city, for free!

In addition, some of New York’s most famous museums have what is called Suggested Admission fees, where the hosts have a price that a museum guest should pay if they please. But keep in mind, these fees are optional, and you can give less, more, really whatever you want.

Some Museums with Suggested Admission Fees:

American Museum of Natural History

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tibet House

Staten Island Museum

Don’t forget about Zoos and Gardens. Check out The Bronx Zoo and NY Botanical Garden, which neighbor each other in the Bronx, on Wednesdays when there is a great discount on admissions.


botanical gardens


By Ryan Forman

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