Museums in Brooklyn, NY - Page 1

Find museums in Brooklyn, NY. Listings include Brooklyn Museum, Morbid Anatomy, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, New York Transit Museum, Center for Brooklyn History and Brooklyn Children's Museum. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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Moey Inc.

232 3rd St Ste E301, Brooklyn 11215

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  • 01/20/21
    This winter, BBG's public programming focuses on sound works with new site-specific compositions and audio walks that can be experienced at your own pace in the Garden or even from home. Opening Janu...
    > Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • 01/19/21
    Calling all artists, kids and adults: Japan Foundation New York and the Center for Global Partnership—longstanding partners of BBG—is holding a contest to create a mask design representing the U.S.-Ja...
    > Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • 01/19/21
    In March of 1906, the Dyckman Street station opened as part of the IRT Broadway – Seventh Avenue line’s extension. During the extension, it was the first completed station opened north of 157th Street...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 01/19/21
    How many ways do we use numbers when we think about transit? In today’s Transit Tots, practice counting everything from subway cars to pizzas with a New York-themed picture book, and then apply that n...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 01/18/21
    The Garden is open this #MLKDay for visitors to find respite, beauty, and inspiration. We honor the life, legacy, and ongoing work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on this national day of service when...
    > Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • 01/18/21
    Happy #MLKDay! Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s tireless leadership in the fight for civil rights forever guaranteed his place in American history as a powerful activist, an influential orator, and a unif...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 01/17/21
    Carol St. Thomasino Montauk 2020
    > Carol St. Thomasino Gallery
  • 01/17/21
    In April of 1973, M2 railcars entered service following the success of the Budd Company’s M1/M1A railcars. Nicknamed “Cosmopolitans,” the cars were constructed by General Electric, the Budd Company, C...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 01/17/21
    #DidYouKnow that the Mother Clara Hale Depot, located in Harlem, was originally a trolley barn operated by the Metropolitan Street Railway? Built in the 1890s for the Lenox Avenue line, it was modifie...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 01/16/21
    #TodayinHistory: #OnThisDay in 1958, the rebuilt Far Rockaway – Mott Avenue station opened as a subway station on the IND Rockaway Line. Originally a surface level Long Island Rail Road station opened...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 01/15/21
    #TodayinHistory: #OnThisDay in 1916, an extension of the BMT Fourth Avenue line opened, with three stations serving the Bay Ridge neighborhood in Brooklyn: Bay Ridge Avenue, 77th Street, and 86th Stre...
    > New York Transit Museum
  • 01/14/21
    For our latest Brooklynology blog post we combed our Brooklyn High School newspapers to bring you a selection of sweet, thoughtful, sometimes melodramatic work from Brooklyn's teen poets. Click the li...
    > Center for Brooklyn History
  • 01/14/21
    Visitors walking past the icy pond in the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden might notice that the painted turtles and red-eared sliders are not basking on the rocks as they do in summer. Where do they hun...
    > Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • 01/14/21
    Great job USAG Fort Hamilton! It’s such an honor to be part of such an unique Garrison! #armystrong
    > Harbor Defense Museum