Museums in Brooklyn, NY - Page 1

Find museums in Brooklyn, NY. Listings include Brooklyn Museum, Morbid Anatomy, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, New York Transit Museum, Pioneer Works and UNTITLED, Art. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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1329 Willoughby Ave # 2A, Brooklyn 11237

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200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 11238

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  • 08/07/20
    #ArmyMuseums Did you know Brevet MG Harvey Brown (former Garrison Commander of Fort Hamilton) at the age of 65, took command of a secret expedition organized at Fort Hamilton? In April of 1861, he...
    > Harbor Defense Museum
  • 08/07/20
    How do we celebrate and honor food origins? Whetstone Magazine launched in the spring of 2017 with the mission of championing food to expand human empathy and educate about global food culture. Thei...
    > MOFAD - Museum of Food and Drink
  • 08/07/20
    The 100-year-old Wonder Wheel, past and present, and Charles Denson's new book “Coney Island’s Wonder Wheel Park” in NY Times Streetscapes column. Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park remains closed du...
    > Coney Island History Project
  • 08/06/20
    NEW in the Coney Island History Project #OralHistory #Archive: Actor Emmanuel Elpenord shares his memories of growing up in Coney Island's Sea Rise apartments, working at Luna Park's Nights of Horror ...
    > Coney Island History Project
  • 08/06/20
    #ThrowbackThursday Coney Island History Project director Charles Denson's film 'Climbing the #ParachuteJump.' He first attempted to climb the Jump in 1973, when it was a rusting, abandoned ruin. In 2...
    > Coney Island History Project
  • 08/06/20
    On August 6, 2018, the culinary world lost a legendary chef, Joël Robuchon. Named Chef of the Century by the French restaurant guide Gault et Millau, he holds the most Michelin Guide stars, a whopping...
    > MOFAD - Museum of Food and Drink
  • 08/05/20
    Did you know an African American, Thomas Downing, had one of the most successful oyster restaurants in NYC? Downing, the "Black Oyster King of New York," was the son of freed slaves who peddled oyste...
    > MOFAD - Museum of Food and Drink
  • 08/05/20
    Did you know an African American, Thomas Downing, had one of the most successful oyster restaurants in NYC? Downing, the "Black Oyster King of New York," was the son of freed slaves who peddled oyste...
    > MOFAD - Museum of Food and Drink
  • 08/04/20
    While NY's #amusementparks including ours in Coney Island remain closed, those in neighboring states are up and running. PA's #LeapTheDips, the world's oldest operating roller coaster, opened in July....
    > Coney Island History Project
  • 08/04/20
    Each week, we share the story of an African American culinary hero from our Legacy Quilt, telling the often overlooked history of the countless Black farmers, chefs, food, and drink producers, who hav...
    > MOFAD - Museum of Food and Drink
  • 08/03/20
    Today, August 3rd, is the long awaited publication date of Charles Denson's book Coney Island's Wonder Wheel Park, originally scheduled for May! Buy the book and enjoy reading stories about the landma...
    > Coney Island History Project
  • 08/03/20
    Explore the crossroads of African American and Native American cuisine that came together out of necessity and created a truly American cuisine. Celebrate resilience, sustainability, and finding bea...
    > MOFAD - Museum of Food and Drink
  • 08/02/20
    Did you know August 5 is #OysterDay? Join us Wednesday, August 5, at 1pm EST/10am PST on Instagram live with Mother Shuckers founder, Ben Harney, for an oyster shucking demo and tasting! Harney crea...
    > MOFAD - Museum of Food and Drink
  • 08/01/20
    MOFAD - Museum of Food and Drink was featured on CBS This Morning Saturday today. Tune into this remarkable segment with acting director Catherine Piccoli and public programs director Sari Kamin about...
    > MOFAD - Museum of Food and Drink