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Vanderbilt Museum Admission Ticket

Museums Centerport
$8
William K. Vanderbilt II, one of the richest men in the world, traveled the globe in the 1920s and ‘30s, collecting marine, invertebrate and bird specimens, and cultural artifacts for the museum he built on his Long Island estate in Centerport. Upon his death in 1944, he left his mansion, estate and museum to Suffolk County, New York, “for the use, education and enjoyment” of the public.

Spend a fascinating day at the Eagle's Nest estate of William K. Vanderbilt II, heir to one of America's greatest fortunes. Drive through the elegant iron gates and view the same stunning panorama of Northport Bay and Long Island Sound that delighted Mr. Vanderbilt when he arrived each summer. His mansion and museum, set on 43 rolling acres, will take you back to the celebrated era of the Gold Coast.

See centuries-old paintings and furniture collected during his extensive world travels. Enjoy an intriguing, history-filled guided tour of the Vanderbilt mansion's living quarters. Hear tales of the Vanderbilt family and their world-famous guests. Marvel at the collections in the natural-history and cultural-artifact museum galleries. Stroll the gardens and tour the marine museum and animal habitats. The guided tour takes you through the living quarters of the Mansion, which you cannot see without a tour. Guides provide historical information about the house, the Vanderbilt family and its famous guests. On a tour you will see Mr. Vanderbilt's considerable collection of fine and decorative art, and antique furnishings, purchased during his travels around the world.

Visit the 147-seat Charles and Helen Reichert Planetarium for a spectacular sky show, astronomy program or Rock ‘n' Light show. During the summer, come to the Vanderbilt mansion and planetarium for affordable culture and fun – music, dance, Shakespeare and children's theater.

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Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

Museums New York City
$22
Visit the Ground Zero Museum Workshop for an intimate, detailed and emotional introduction to the “Real Ground Zero” and to things you won't see at the nearby September 11 Memorial & Museum. The “kid-friendly” non-graphic imagery, 100 audio stories, Ground Zero artifacts and rare photos housed in this non-profit museum exhibit the heroic efforts of the FDNY firefighters on that fateful day in 2001 and the 9-month “Recovery Period." Winner of TripAdvisor's “Top 25 Museums in the USA” award in 2013 & 2014, this is the only place you can actually pick up and hold Ground Zero artifacts, a chilling reminder for adults and a chance for young children to learn about a significant moment in history. Conveniently located in the historic Meatpacking District near the High Line Park, Chelsea Market Eatery and Whitney Museum. 

The Ground Zero Museum Workshop in the Meat-Packing District on West 14th Street features stunning images, rare video and remnants from the Ground Zero Recovery Period, all packed into an intimate and emotional space. On display are 100 of Gary Marlon Suson's most well-known images, including the charred Genesis 11: Tower of Babylon Bible Page found in the WTC rubble, the Frozen Clock stuck at 10:02am, marking the collapse of the South Tower and several FDNY Honor Guard images. The actual clock itself is also on display in the museum.

The only all-access, sanctioned photographer at Ground Zero, Suson's one-of-a-kind, 3-D photo installations place viewers into the "hole" at Ground Zero. Visitors are also allowed the rare opportunity to pick up and hold World Trade Center steel and window glass. The Non-Profit Museum, a must-see before visiting Ground Zero, also benefits numerous 9/11 and Fire Department-related charities and is endorsed by many noted firefighters and 9/11 families. Tours are limited to just 25 people, and include a powerful 15-minute video.

The Ground Zero Museum is about 5-minutes from Ground Zero via the "E" train. Daily tours last about 90 minutes and include the intimate stories behind 100 images and remnants. This is a "don't-miss" museum that touches the heart of young and old alike. No graphic or morbid images are displayed and the museum is known for its sensitivity to a very tough subject matter. Suitable for children.

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American Museum of Natural History

Museums New York City
$23
Awe and marvel at one of is one of the largest and most renowned museums in the world, The American Museum of Natural History. Both educational and entertaining, this celebrated New York institution is perfect for adults and children alike. From dinosaur bones to far-off galaxies, spend a day and explore the world, past and present. Add this popular Manhattan attraction to your New York itinerary for a day of wonderment you won't soon forget.

Voted the Number One Family Attraction in New York City and Third Most Popular destination in the USA by Zagat Survey Family Travel Guide!

Located in the heart of Manhattan, set across from beautiful Central Park, American Museum of Natural History is one of the world's greatest scientific and cultural institutions housed in one of the most architecturally magnificent buildings. Founded in 1869, the museum has grown significantly over the years, now comprising a staggering 25 interconnected buildings with more than 1.2 million square feet (111483 square meters) of exhibits, research facilities and libraries. It's an exciting merging of the past and the future, and a delight for the curious of all ages.

Delight in a multitude of permanent exhibits as well as the impressive Rose Center for Earth and Space. Discover the preeminent museum that continues to fascinate and enrich millions of visitors each year. Recently renovated, visitors can now experience the grandeur of its historic 77th Street lobby with its original 1904 design celebrating the return and revitalization of the century-old Museum icon of the past, the 63-foot-long (19.2 meter) Great Canoe.

Kids will love the many inspirational displays featured in the film Night at the Museum including the the iconic Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton on display in the Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs and the Easter Island head in the Margaret Mead Hall of Pacific Peoples. Discover people the world with the vivid displays of the Cultural Halls examining the cultures of Asia, Africa, North and South America, and the Pacific. Explore the evolutionary story of the human family in the Hall of Human Origins. Dozens of exhibits from mammals, birds, natural history, biodiversity to dioramas and more await!

Don't forget the Rose Center for Earth and Space, a grand glass cube enclosing the equally impressive sphere housing the Big Bang Theater and the Hayden Planetarium. Watch the four-minute Big Bang presentation, walk along the Cosmic Pathway, and explore our closest planetary wonder--planet Earth! Upgrade to the Super Saver Package for access to the Hayden Planetarium and more amazing exhibitions.

Super Saver Package
The American Museum of Natural History's Super Saver Package includes admission to the Museum, the Rose Center for Earth and Space plus the Hayden Planetarium Space Show, a giant screen film 3D and 2D showings, and all special exhibitions. Special exhibits are constantly changing to provide a dynamic experience for the first-time visitor or the returning Museum explorer.

See below for a sample of permanent exhibits and Special Exhibits:

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Admission with Access to The Met Breuer and The Met Cloisters

Museums New York City
$25
A visit to New York City wouldn't be complete without a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. And you will have more time to see it all with this convenient skip-the-line ticket valid for 3 consecutive days. At the city's most visited museum and attraction, you will experience collections spanning more than 5,000 years of culture, from prehistory to the present. The tour also includes admission to The Met Breuer (Tuesday-Sunday) and The Met Cloisters, the museum's magnificent faux-medieval monastery in upper Manhattan that houses a rich collection of European art from the Middle Ages. Want to Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York like never before?

In 2015, the Metropolitan Museum of Art hit a record-setting year in terms of attendance with 6.3 million people turning up to see its world-renowned collection of art and priceless historical artifacts.

That means, the lines are longer than ever. Now you can avoid the inevitable hour-plus wait times with this skip-the-line ticket to The Met valid for 3 consecutive days. The world-famous collection includes 17 curatorial departments that include the splendors of ancient Egypt, the spectacular American Wing, inspiring treasures from the Greek and Roman world, beloved Impressionist paintings, and the latest in contemporary art.

Bonus Museum Entry
With an admission ticket to The Met, you will also admission to The Met Cloisters and The Met Breuer (Tuesday-Sunday). Located in northern Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park, The Met Cloisters is only a 30-minute subway ride from midtown. You will enjoy unparalleled views of the Hudson River, stroll through enchanting gardens, and see masterpieces of sculpture, stained glass, tapestries, and more at the branch of the Museum devoted to the art, architecture, and gardens of medieval Europe. Located 8 blocks away, explore contemporary art through the global breadth and historical reach of The Met's unparalleled collection at The Met Breuer.

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The Met Audio Guide offers more than 100 hours of informative audio commentary in English. Developed by expert curators and educators, the audio guide will teach you about works of art in the Museum's collection and select special exhibitions — all in one player. Portions of the audio guide are available in nine additional languages: French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.

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Whitney Museum of American Art Admission

Museums New York City
$25
Gain entry to the Whitney Museum of American Art, housed in a new building designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano. Located in New York City's Meatpacking District and hugging High Line Park, the 220,000-square-foot museum boasts one of the best art collections in the United States, including pieces by Louise Bourgeois, Edward Hopper, Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol, among others.

As the preeminent institution devoted to the art of the United States, the Whitney Museum of American Art presents the full range of 20th century and contemporary American art, with a special focus on works by living artists. The Whitney is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting American art, and its collection—the finest holding of twentieth-century American art in the world—is it's key resource. The Museum's signature exhibition, the Biennial, is the country's leading survey of the most recent developments in American art.

Designed by architect Renzo Piano and situated between the High Line and the Hudson River, the Whitney's new building vastly increases the Museum's exhibition and programming space, providing the most expansive view ever of its unsurpassed collection of modern and contemporary American art. Enjoy iconic works by Edward Hopper, Jackson Pollack, and Georgia O'Keeffe in natural light filled galleries and sweeping views of Manhattan on the Museum's outdoor observation decks.

The Whitney welcomes you to the Meatpacking District, a 20 square-block neighborhood with a bustling community of artists, galleries, restaurants, and nightlife. The Museum is steps from the High Line, Chelsea Market, and a short walk from Greenwich Village, where the Museum was founded by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney in 1930.

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The Museum of Interesting Things: History of Invention

Museums New York
$20
"Eureka!" The History of Invention Show. Explore the industrial revolution and mechanical era, with interactive demonstrations of such items as the steam engine, Thomas Edison cylinder phonograph, windup toys, mechanical gear and household items. The Museum of Interesting Things is a traveling interactive demonstration/exhibition of antiques and inventions that goes to schools and events and inspires kids and adults to be curious and to tinker.

Head to a state-of-the-art event space in Manhattan to experience an interactive educational demonstration by The Museum of Interest Things, inspiring kids and adults alike to be curious and to tinker.

Explore the Industrial Revolution and mechanical era, with interactive demonstrations of such items as the steam engine, Thomas Edison cylinder phonograph, windup toys, mechanical door bells and mechanical/gear based household items such as butter churns and apple peelers. Delve into modern-day electronics too -- after all, your iPod and iPhone didn't pop out of thin air!

Some examples of what you'll see are:
-Windup Edison wax Cylinder record player
-tereoscopes (many)
-One of the Movieolas that edited Pee Wee Herman's Big Adventure!
-Magic Lantern
-Box Wooden Camera
-Windup toys
-Mutoscope / Nickelodeon with Charlie Chaplin and Felix the Cat on it from about 100 years ago

Coinciding with the NY/NJ/PA Core Content Curriculum Standards for Science, Social Studies, Technology and STEM/STEAM.

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The Museum of Modern Art Admission with Skip-the-Line Access

Museums New York City
$25
Your skip-the-line ticket to The Museum of Modern Art includes a free audio guide, special exhibitions, films, and gallery talks. The MOMA's renowned collection of modern and contemporary art includes Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night and Andy Warhol's Gold Marilyn Monroe, along with works by Jackson Pollock, Jasper Johns, Cindy Sherman, Elizabeth Murray, and many other great artists of our time. Bonus: Admission to MoMA PS1, the contemporary art center in Long Island City, is also included for up to 14 days after your visit to MoMA.

The Museum of Modern Art is a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. With extraordinary exhibitions and the world's finest collection of modern and contemporary art, MoMA is dedicated to the conversation between the past and the present, the established and the experimental.

Masterpieces like Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night and Pablo Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon are on view along with Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans and Gold Marilyn Monroe. Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, Frida Kahlo, Salvador Dali, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns, and many more can be found in the midtown Manhattan museum.

The rich and varied collection of The Museum of Modern Art constitutes one of the most comprehensive and panoramic views into modern art. From an initial gift of eight prints and one drawing, The Museum of Modern Art's collection has grown to include over 150,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, architectural models and drawings, and design objects. MoMA also owns around 22,000 films and four million film stills; and the Museum screens films on a daily basis.

Bonus Museum Entry
With an admission ticket to MoMA, you will also have up to 14 days to visit MoMA PS1, which is located only two subway stops away in Long Island City.

Visitors will enjoy one of the world's largest organizations devoted to contemporary art. A true artistic laboratory, MoMA PS1 aspires to maintain its diverse and innovative activities to continue to bring contemporary art to international audiences.

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Yum Yum MET Culinary Art Tour

Museums New York
$69
A food tour inside the Metropolitan Museum?

Yum Yum MET Culinary Art Tour is an immensely fun, yet sophisticated, journey through The MET's food-related artworks.

The Met is one of the biggest culinary-art serving restaurants in the world. Instead of boeuf bourguignon and Bordeaux wine, the MET's menu predominantly features feast-depicting paintings, sculptures of kitchen scenes, as well as masterpieces connecting food with a wide range of social issues, from religion, politics to gender equality and sex.

An engaging and intimate (up to 8 persons) experience, full of hilarious stories, interactive games (with prizes!!) and memorabilia to take home.

* The MET's policy doesn't allow serving food in the galleries

Yum Yum MET Culinary Art Tour is an exciting 2-hour long walk through many of The MET's magnificent collections. Every stop has a story. Or two! Historical facts, art trivia, hilarious details, forgotten rituals, ancient cooking recipes, and techniques! As real foodies, we love not just eating food, but also talking food, sharing our food knowledge and celebrating with new friends!

The Idea:

Ever since Adam took Eve out to dinner -- or was it the other way around? -- humans have eaten mountains of decadent stuff!

As a matter of fact, besides scarfing down delicacies, they also carved food shapes in caves; constructed utensils from stone, ivory and wood; roasted antelopes in underground pits; baked poultry in porcelain ovens; got drunk with gods and lovers; foraged turf and surf for their family or cultivated the earth and sold the harvest to their neighbors; started wars and signed peace treaties to secure access to priceless spices; protected their secrets with apocryphal culinary symbols; celebrated victories with feasts and sought comfort in tragedies.

Regrettably, we are not lucky enough to nosh on all these historic delicacies. However, we are excited to rediscover these "foodprints" which have been left behind in various forms of arts & crafts. You're invited to a curated tour of the vast collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City, with food and flavors as our main compass!

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American Museum of Natural History Early Access VIP Tour

Museums New York City
$120

See the American Museum of Natural History without the crowds, before it opens to the public. Our museum trained guides will take you on a fascinating tour of the Museum's treasures.  When the Museum opens to the public after your tour, you'll have timed tickets to the spectacular Hayden Planetarium Space Show.

Visit the American Museum of Natural History without the crowds on this 75-minute private VIP tour. This tour provides you exclusive access to the Natural History Museum before it opens to the general public where you will be taken on a fascinating tour of the Museum's treasures. And, when the Museum opens to the public after your tour, you'll have tickets to all the awe-inspiring Hayden Planetarium Space Show. 

Located in the heart of Manhattan, set across from beautiful Central Park, American Museum of Natural History is one of the world's greatest scientific and cultural institutions housed in one of the most architecturally magnificent buildings. On the morning of your tour you will enter through the security entrance underneath the plaza staircase towards a U shaped driveway down to a set of glass doors. 

Meet your museum trained guide at the security desk and begin your VIP tour. Delight in a multitude of permanent exhibits as well as the impressive Rose Center for Earth and Space. Discover the preeminent museum that continues to fascinate and enrich millions of visitors each year. Kids will love the many inspirational displays featured in the film Night at the Museum including the the iconic Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton on display in the Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs and the Easter Island head in the Margaret Mead Hall of Pacific Peoples. Discover people the world with the vivid displays of the Cultural Halls examining the cultures of Asia, Africa, North and South America, and the Pacific. Explore the evolutionary story of the human family in the Hall of Human Origins. Dozens of exhibits from mammals, birds, natural history, biodiversity to dioramas and more await! 

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Museum of Sex Admission

Museums New York
$18

For over fifteen years, the Museum of Sex has sustained its mission to preserve and present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality. The Museum produces exhibitions, experiences and programs that bring the best of current art, science and the study of sexuality to the widest possible audiences. 

Visit us to explore our vast collection of unique artifacts covering over 22,000 square feet of galleries and exhibitions. 

Enjoy general admission to New York City's Museum of Sex, a space dedicated to preserving and presenting the history, evolution, and cultural significance of human sexuality in an intellectual and educational way. 

Currently on view & included with your ticket:

The Incomplete Araki: Sex, Life, and Death in the Works of Nobuyoshi Araki is the first major retrospective in the United States to showcase the career of the notorious and prolific Japanese photographer. The installation is accompanied by the personal perspectives of collaborators, muses, critics, fans, and fellow photographers as well as historical artifacts which situate Araki's work within the social context of art history and postwar Japanese society. 

NSFW: Female Gazeco-curated by VICE Media's Creators, showcases over 25 emerging female artists from various disciplines dedicated to powerful feminine narratives. Every day, women are faced with a world of images that reflect male perspectives on sexual desire. The artists in NSFW Female Gaze both reclaim and break out of women's historical roles as muse and object. 

The Sex Lives of Animals presents an uncensored story of the birds and the bees, moving animal sexuality beyond the confines of reproduction and mating, towards discussions of orientation and cognition. 

OBJECTXXX: Selected Artifacts from the Museum of Sex speak to the depth and diversity of artifacts that exist in the Museum of Sex's permanent collection of nearly 20,000 items. Amassed through directed acquisition and generous donation, the Museum of Sex's permanent collection, research library and extensive media library are an extension of the institution's dedication to the preservation and presentation of the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality.

Night Fever: New York Disco 1977–1979, The Bill Bernstein Photographs explores the sexually and socially radical multiculturalism embraced by the New York disco clubs of the late ‘70s. The exhibition assembles 40 photographs from Bill Bernstein, taken from 1977 to 1979, accompanied by audio interviews, in an immersive installation that invites viewers to experience the freedom and intoxication of the disco era. 

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Jump for Joy is an interactive installation which embodies the cultural context and history of fairground eroticism. $3 extra. 

Celestial Bodies: The Couples VR Experience is an immersive room scale Virtual Reality installation that brings Diplo's track “Set It Off” to a new dimension. This is a separate ticketed exhibition with limited opening hours.

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Shady Ladies of the New York City Metropolitan Museum

Museums New York
$59
Looking for a fun new way to experience the world's great art museums? Uncover the sexy side of history and art on this guided, 2-hour, small-group tour at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Learn the backstory of the museum's 'shady ladies' — those courtesans, prostitutes, and royal mistresses depicted in many of its masterpieces. Discover the unexpected side of these paintings and thus, an entirely new way to look at the classic collection in the largest art museum in the US.

Courtesans, royal mistresses, and scandalous women of every sort. The walls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art are lined with them, from the ancient Greek 'hetaerae' to Sargent's Madame X and beyond. These sexy women — often also intelligent, educated, wealthy, or even powerful — were key members of the political and cultural elites of their time. They fascinated patrons and artists alike, from Praxiteles to Titian to Manet. But who were they? What were their stories? To find out, explore the lives and loves that lie behind the paintings.

On this 2-hour walking tour, an art historian guide will provide an orientation into the vast museum while showing an entirely new, intriguing side of art. Learn about the ancient Greek hetaira, the Japanese oiran, and the cortigiane of the Italian Renaissance; representations of Venus and their relationship to ladies of the night; royal mistresses in France and England and their titled descendants; the demimondaines of 19th century Paris and their importance in art and opera; and sex and art scandals of 19th century America.

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Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum

Museums New York
$30
Discover the legendary aircraft carrier Intrepid, the space shuttle Enterprise, the world's fastest jets, and a guided missile submarine at the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum in New York City. Visitors of all ages can connect them to history through hands-on exploration, stories of heroism, and firsthand accounts of the people who were there. Priority box office access, Space Shuttle Pavilion, submarine Growler and all temporary exhibitions included in your admission.

Visit the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum, located at Pier 86, West 46th St and 12th Avenue in New York City. Enjoy Priority Box Office Access by using the entrance marked Will Call/Advanced Sales.

See the Intrepid Air Craft Carrier, the Space Shuttle Pavilion, the Growler Submarine, plus watch an 8-minute film entitled 'the Story of Intrepid' and a 15-minute film called 'Kamikaze: Day of Darkness, Day of Light.'

Launched in 1943, the former aircraft carrier USS Intrepid fought in World War II, surviving five kamikaze attacks and one torpedo strike. The ship later served in the Cold War and the Vietnam War. Intrepid also served as a NASA recovery vessel in the 1960s. It was decommissioned in 1974, and today is berthed on the Hudson River as the centerpiece of the museum.

Intrepid Aircraft Carrier


The hangar deck is a great place to start a visit and the main indoor exhibit space, taking visitors through both the hardware and humanity of Intrepid. On the flight deck, get an up-close look at more than two dozen authentically restored aircrafts, look inside the restoration tent, and take a walk through history on Intrepid's island and bridges. The gallery deck, located between the flight deck and hangar deck, features the combat information center (CIC), squadron ready room, and marine berthing.

Check out the mess deck is where Intrepid's enlisted crew members ate their meals. The mess, or dining area, has been restored to its original appearance. The vibrant decor — complete with custom paint colors, colorful textiles and Western-themed props — is unique to Intrepid.

The Space Shuttle Pavilion

The Space Shuttle Pavilion showcases the space shuttle Enterprise, the prototype NASA orbiter that paved the way for the space shuttle program. Seventeen dynamic exhibit zones feature original artifacts, photographs, audio, and films that immerse visitors in the science and history of Enterprise and the space shuttle era.

Submarine Growler 

The former USS Growler first opened at the Intrepid Museum in 1989 and is the only American guided missile submarine open to the public. Growler offers museum visitors a firsthand look at life aboard a submarine and a close-up inspection of the once 'top-secret' missile command center. Access is available to the various compartments as they were used during operations.

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Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum Overnight Experience

Museums New York
$125

Spend the ultimate overnight in New York City aboard The Intrepid at The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. Operation Slumber is an opportunity for families and children to discover what it takes to eat, live and sleep aboard the Intrepid from sunset to sunrise.

Make your own way to the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum on Pier 86 in New York City before 6:15 p.m.

Check in, drop off your bag, and come aboard the Intrepid to experience your after-hours overnight experience. Discover Intrepid's hangar deck exhibition space, which is unique among historic ships. Play in the Exploreum Interactive Hall, and explore a 40-foot (12-meter) submarine. Grab your flashlight for a guided tour with a special visit to the Flight Deck, and search for treasure during a special scavenger hunt.

You can take part in educational activities and exploratory talks, take unlimited rides in a flight simulator, and enjoy pop-up planetarium shows. The Space Shuttle Pavilion is open from 6:15 p.m. to 7:20 p.m. for self-guided tours.

Sleep among the planes and exhibits on the hangar deck on cots provided by the museum. Please bring your own sleeping bags and/or blankets. There are no showers available. Bathrooms with toilets and sinks are available throughout the ship. A buffet style dinner (beginning in 2018), along with light snacks will be provided along with a continental-style breakfast in the morning. You will also receive a voucher for museum admission (good for 60 days).

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum with Skip-the-Line Access

Museums New York City
$25
Designed by visionary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1959, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is home to one of the world's finest collections of modern and contemporary art—and is itself a masterpiece.

An internationally renowned art museum and one of the most significant architectural icons of the 20th century, the Guggenheim Museum in New York is at once a vital cultural center, an educational institution, and the heart of an international network of museums. Visitors can experience special exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, lectures by artists and critics, performances and film screenings, classes for teens and adults, and daily 2 pm tours of the galleries led by museum educators. Founded on a collection of early modern masterpieces, the Guggenheim Museum today is an ever-evolving institution devoted to the art of the 20th century and beyond.

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Metropolitan Museum of Art Small-Group Tour

Museums New York
$75

New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art attracts nearly as many visitors as other leading galleries like the Louvre or the British Museum. On this 2 to 2.5 hour semi-private tour, welcoming up to 8 guests, you'll be able to skip the line and explore it's most famous pieces with the help of an engaging guide who will lead the way.

New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art attracts nearly as many visitors as other leading galleries like the Louvre or the British Museum. Its roughly 2 million works of art and artifacts cover everything from ancient Egypt to modern art. From the Great Hall, you'll see the museum's most important galleries. Pass through the Medieval Europe gallery on your way to the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace. Explore armory form the Middle Ages, including pieces worn by Henry VIII.

The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the famed portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware. A host of European painters including Vermeer, Picasso, and Van Gogh await you as you learn about their troubled yet exciting lives. All the while, your guide will explain how this iconic American museum differs from its older European counterparts, especially since it began before the United States was even 100 years old.

Highlights generally include: (if artwork is not on loan or being restored)
Henry VIII armor, Tiffany Autumn landscape, Chicago Stock Exchange Stairs, Madame X, Pop culture then and now, Hudson River School,  Washington Crossing the Delaware, Jan Vermeer, Madonna with Child, Picasso, Seurat, Van Gogh, and more.

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Combo Tour of Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Museums New York
$135

Explore New York's art both outside and indoors on this brilliant combo tour of Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. On this 5 hour small group tour, welcoming up to 8 guests, to visit one of the world's most elaborate collections of art and historical artifacts, then stroll the paths of the infamous urban green space.

Start at the Met, where your guide will show you a collection that rivals those of the Louvre and British Museum. With no less than 2 million works of art and artifacts on hand, the Met showcases objects from Ancient Greece and Egypt as well as modern art from Europe and beyond. During this tour, you'll start at the sumptuous Great Hall before moving to the museum's most important galleries. In the Medieval Europe Gallery you'll learn about the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace as well as armory worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the iconic portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware River. Learn about the turbulent and inspiring lives of several European painters including Vermeer, Seurat, and Van Gogh in the European wings. The museum itself has stories to tell, and your guide will explain how this American gallery differs from its older European counterparts, especially since it began before the United States was even 100 years old! 

After a break for lunch, Central Park. Designed to give New Yorkers a breath of fresh air. More than just green space, it's also a venue for memorials and artwork honoring figures like Bolivar and Marti, as well as Balto and Hans Christen Andersen. As your enthusiastic young guide shares the park's history, you'll cross the famous Gapstow Bridge on your way to the Central Park Zoo. You will follow the tree-lined Mall and discuss the literary figures memorialized in statues on either side. You will discover the Bethesda Terrace and Fountain, sight of countless Hollywood moments. Cross Bow Bridge on your way to Strawberry Fields towards the Dakota to learn about John Lennon's assassination at his memorial. You'll discover the resplendent restaurant, Tavern on the Green, before joining the locals in Sheep Meadow, where New Yorkers of all walks of life can get away from city life for a moment.

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American Museum of Natural History Small-Group Tour

Museums New York
$75

Interested in traveling through time and space? The American Museum of Natural History is the closest you'll get without leaving Manhattan! This massive museum houses some of the world's most curious artifacts. On this 2 to 2.5 hour small group tour (8 participants max), your guide will lead you through its seemingly endless halls, highlighting the must-see displays.

The museum's 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings – making a guide indispensable if you want to experience even a fraction of it. You'll start by learning the museum's history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda where you'll come face to face with the first of many prehistoric characters on your visit. Moving on, your guide will explain how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall. 

The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You'll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe's existence. Talk about perspective, right?

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Combo Tour of the Met and the American Museum of Natural History

Museums New York
$135

Visit two of the Big Apple's most iconic museums in one day, allowing you to make the most of your time in New York. Join our enthusiastic guide and up to ten guests on this 5 hour small group tour that will explore history, art, and nature's marvels at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History. You'll have a short break between the two museums to stay comfortable.

With no less than 2 million works of art and artifacts on hand, the Met showcases objects from Ancient Greece and Egypt as well as modern art from Europe and beyond. During this tour, you'll start at the sumptuous Great Hall before moving to the museum's most important galleries. In the Medieval Europe Gallery you'll learn about the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace as well as armory worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the iconic portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware River. Learn about the turbulent and inspiring lives of several European painters including Vermeer, Seurat, and Van Gogh in the European wings. 

After a break for lunch, move to the American Museum of Natural History where you'll take a trip through time and space. The museum's 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings. You'll start by learning the museum's history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda before moving onto hear how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall. 

The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You'll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe's existence.

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Museum of Chinese in America Admission with Optional Chinatown Walking Tour

Museums New York
$10
The Museum of Chinese in America  is dedicated to preserving and presenting the history, heritage, culture and diverse experiences of people of Chinese descent in the United States. Through its thought-provoking work, the Museum not only encourages the understanding and appreciation of Chinese American arts, culture and history, but also informs, educates and engages visitors about Chinese American history that is in the making.

Founded in 1980, Museum of Chinese in America was created to develop a better understanding of our Chinese American history and community. The museum has become an integral resource to continuing the tradition of oral history, photo documentation, research and collection.

With your admission, you'll uncover the history of one of New York City's oldest neighborhoods! Upgrade your ticket to include a walking tour of Chinatown (departs at 1pm). This walking tour focuses on how everyday buildings and places of historical significance reflect and shape a community from its origins as a Native American village of Werpoes Hill in 1600 to one of the fastest growing immigrant communities of present day New York City.

The tour begins inside the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA). The guide will take visitors down Centre Street past Canal Street to Columbus Park, near the original "Five Points of New York." Afterward, the tour proceeds into the heart of traditional Chinatown through Pell Street and Doyer Street, deemed as the "bloody angle" by the sensationalized news media covering the Chinese "tong wars." The tour ends by Chatham Square where the Kimlau Square is dedicated to honor Ralph Kimlau, a Chinese-American bomber pilot who died serving his country in World War II. Highlighted sites include the oldest streets of Chinatown, a Catholic church with masses held in Chinese, the oldest general store in Chinatown, and a Chinese eatery that catered to the needs of Chinatown's turn-of-the-century “bachelor society.”

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9/11 Memorial Museum Admission

Museums New York City
$26
The 9/11 Memorial Museum in Lower Manhattan preserves the history of the attacks on the World Trade Center, and documents the significance of those events through building remnants, personal artifacts, first-person accounts and multimedia displays. With this admission ticket, take a self-guided tour of the museum's memorial exhibition and 3-part historical exhibition, which commemorates the 2,983 people who were killed, honors those who risked their lives to save others, and reflects on the courage and compassion shown in the aftermath.

Located beneath the 9/11 Memorial at the site of the original Twin Towers in Lower Manhattan, the 9/11 Memorial Museum examines the implications of the terrorist attacks and documents the lasting impact of those events. With your timed admission, you have guaranteed entry and stay as long as you like; it's recommended that you give yourself at least two hours. Save time and enjoy direct entry to the museum on your mobile device.

To start your visit, make your way to the World Trade Center and enter the 9/11 Memorial Museum for a self-guided tour of the multimedia displays, archival documents, narratives and collection of artifacts on exhibit. A free audio guide is available to download as a mobile app on Apple and Android devices.
The Museum includes two core exhibitions: In Memoriam, a memorial exhibition, which pays tribute to the thousands of men, women and children killed on September 11, 2001, and in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, and September 11, 2001, a 3-part historical exhibition, which tells the story of what happened on 9/11 by exploring what led up to the attacks and examining the aftermath and how that fateful day continues to shape our world.

Prepare to hear intimate stories of loss, compassion, reckoning and recovery as you wander through the space, which includes a range of the over 1,970 recorded oral histories. You'll see first-responder vehicles, monumental steel remnants, memorabilia and personal effects.

Then take time to visit the two reflecting pools of the 9/11 Memorial, where the names of every person who died are inscribed in bronze.

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Renegade Tour of the American Museum of Natural History

Museums New York City
$59
Take a fast-paced, high-energy museum adventure through New York City's American Museum of Natural History. This maverick tour guides you through the science and history behind the amazing animals, the stories of the adventurers that collected them, and the dirty little secrets that make AMNH like no other museum on earth!

This is an unconventional tour of American Museum of Natural History. All participants must be 18 years or older.

This is a highly interactive, subversive, fun, non-traditional 2-hour museum tour. Embark upon a brazen expedition through the halls of New York City's world-famous American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). Join your tour guide as you deftly navigate this massive 1.6 million-square-foot cultural institution. Learn the science and history behind the amazing animals, the stories of the adventurers that collected them, and the secrets that make AMNH like no other museum on earth.

On this 2-hour tour of the American Museum of Natural History, you should expect:

  • Exciting stories, awesome facts, and juicy, behind-the-scenes gossip
  • Interactive group activities
  • A fast pace
  • Fun photos
  • A very different narrative—and feel—than a traditional museum tour
It is recommended that you bring the following on your AMNH expedition:
  • Smartphone and/or digital camera
  • Adventure-ready walking shoes
  • Innate sense of curiosity
  • Unabashed love of science
  • Childlike sense of wonder
IMPORTANT: This tour is not for children - nobody under the age of 18 will be permitted on the tour.

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Brooklyn Museum General Admission

Museums New York
$14
See great art through a unique perspective at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Your general admission ticket give you access to the Permanent Collection which includes American Art, Arts of Africa, Arts of the Americas, Arts of the Islamic World, Arts of the Pacific Islands, Asian Art, Contemporary Art, Decorative Arts and many more exhibition halls! Explore the museum on your own or join a public tour which are given daily.

Brooklyn Museum is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States. Its roots extend back to 1823 and the founding of the brooklyn Apprentices' Library to educate young tradesmen (Walt Whitman would later become one of its librarians).

The Brooklyn Museum was conceived as the focal point of a planned cultural, recreational, and educational district for the burgeoning city of Brooklyn. Although the scope of that envisioned complex of parks, gardens, and buildings changed after the once-independent Brooklyn was absorbed into New York City in 1898, many features of the plan were eventually realized and are reflected in what can be seen today.

In recent years, the Museum has focused on redesigning its galleries and reinstalling its major collections to make them more accessible to the public. Flowing spaces, vivid wall colors, dramatic graphic elements, and multimedia components feature in many of these reconfigured galleries.
The collections of American painting and sculpture, with significant additions from Spanish colonial and Native American art, were reorganized in 2001 to form the long-term installation “American Identities: A New Look” within completely reconceived gallery spaces.

With a mission to create inspiring encounters with art that expand the ways we see ourselves, the world and its possibilities, visiting this museum is an educational and cultural experience not to be missed!