The Museum of the City of NY is a gr8 museum with gr8 exhibits. Right now there's a graffiti exhibit called City As Canvas & a photography exhibit about civil rights demonstrations in NYC throughout the 20th century. Both exhibits are compelling & fun, especially the graffiti exhibit, which is a blatant attempt to get a younger crowd into the museum, but so what? Nothing wrong with that. One of my favorite items in the wonderful gift shop is always the museum's own yearly calendar full of vintage NYC photographs. The only time I know of that entry to this museum is free is during the Museum Mile Fest every June, but it's well worth a visit here, even if you have to pay to get in.
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