The historical part was cool, but the art collection wasn't my taste/interest. The architecture of the library itself was unique - the Guttenberg Bible and First Folio of Shakespeare were impressive.
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The temporary exhibits here show great scholarship, understanding, and depth of collections. They combine the best of the Morgan's collections and its ability to borrow from the best museums in the world. In November 2016 we saw the Martin Luther exhibit that featured contemporary portraits...More
If you are worn out from the hustle and bustle of the big city but want to keep making good use of your time, this is a wonderful small museum with beautiful art and antiques to quietly enjoy. The manuscripts are amazing. The current exhibit...More
Visited here on Friday night. A lot of NY museums have free admission at certain times of the week & the Morgan is free 7pm - 9pm on Fridays. There was an exhibition of the Bronte's & others, as well as the library itself. I...More
A fabulous exhibition of JP Morgan's collection of rare books, paintings and antiquities, housed in his private offices. An addition by Renzo Piano now allows room for special exhibits. Currently there is a rare exhibit on the life and work of Charlotte Bronte. For someone...More
Charlotte Bronte's work and life are being exhibited. Always a lovely spot on a Friday night between 7pm and 9pm. Love the museum gift shop - one of the best in Manhattan. Highly recommended.
This museum is one of my favorites in NYC. It holds a vast collection of manuscripts, sculptures, paintings and books from all over the world collected personally by J.P. Morgan himself throughout his lifetime. It has a changing exhibition throughout the year. You can tour...More
The Morgan Library and Museum is one of the great museums of New York that people may not know about. It's small scale but consistently has excellent quality temporary exhibitions. They also highlight their permanent collections well and have a nice gift shop. If you...More