Museums in Brooklyn, NY - Page 1

Find museums in Brooklyn, NY. Listings include Morbid Anatomy, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, New York Transit Museum, Coney Island History Project and Weeksville Heritage Center. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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BkM Teens

200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 11238

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232 3rd St Ste E301, Brooklyn 11215

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  • 10/23/21
    Have you visited our "Reign of the Redbirds" exhibit at the #NYTransitMuseum in Downtown Brooklyn? Exploring the history of nine car types that ultimately became known as the Redbirds, the exhibit cel...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 10/22/21
    Currently on view in Gallery III is “The Haircut,” an 18-hour single-channel video installation by B. Quinn and an obsessive investigation of the haircut as a cinematic story-telling trope that gives ...
    > A.I.R. GALLERY
  • 10/22/21
    Barbara Roux’s exhibition in Gallery II, “Under Story,” is an installation of color photographs, sculpture, and an accompanying narrative text based on Roux’s longtime engagement with wild habitat nic...
    > A.I.R. GALLERY
  • 10/22/21
    Come back and catch all the trains you missed! We're open Fridays - Sundays, 11am to 4pm, in Downtown Brooklyn. Don't forget to register! Advance tickets, proof of vaccination, and masks are required...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 10/21/21
    On view in Gallery I through November 14, “New Work” by Ann Schaumburger showcases the artist’s recent paintings that use repetition to “make colors syncopate, jump, and dance.” 🔻 Defined by self-im...
    > A.I.R. GALLERY
  • 10/21/21
    Before cell phones and WiFi, how did travelers stay informed while on the go? From 1937 to the early 1970s, the Grand Central Theater drew crowds for newsreels such as “Up to the Minute World News.” P...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 10/20/21
    Drodzy Przyjaciele, na naszym Blogu prezentujemy unikalne zdjęcia Marszałka z Sulejówka i wakacyjnych wyjazdów do Druskiennik. Zachęcamy do obejrzenia ciekawej kolekcji fotografii, która pokazuje J.Pi...
    > Instytut Józefa Piłsudskiego w Ameryce
  • 10/20/21
    In 1995, a fare increase to $1.50 ushered in a new token featuring a pentagonal hole at the center to symbolize the five boroughs of New York City. Sixty million were minted in a two-part process; the...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 10/19/21
    Join the Coney Island Museum on Wednesday, October 20, as we welcome Marc Hartzman to “Ask the Experts” at 7pm ET, on Zoom. ABCnews.com has called Marc Hartzman "one of America's leading connoisseurs...
    > Coney Island Museum
  • 10/19/21
    Some of our followers asked in this morning's post if a Money Train was preserved. We're happy to say that revenue collection cars #7422 and #714 live on in the #NYTMCollection! Pictured here, car #OR...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 10/19/21
    When New York City Transit moved its headquarters to 370 Jay Street in 1951, the cost of a subway ride was ten cents. Knowing that transporting, collecting, and counting all of this money was a risky ...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 10/18/21
    Great News! The submission deadline for our upcoming 2022 CURRENTS exhibition “Identity Politics” has been EXTENDED through Monday, November 1, 2021. To apply, visit the Linktree in our bio! ➤⁠ On the...
    > A.I.R. GALLERY
  • 10/18/21
    #TodayinHistory: #OnThisDay in 1999, the Franklin Avenue Shuttle reopened after a $74m rehabilitation project. Completed three months ahead of schedule, the 15-month reconstruction installed new roadb...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 10/17/21
    In 1904, New York City’s very first subway ride left from the City Hall Station amidst great civic pride. Designed by renowned architects Heins & LaFarge, the station featured innovative vaulted tile ...
    > New York Transit Museum