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A New York Socialite is brought up to be cultured, educated and to love and be passionate about the arts. There is no greater appreciation than support and patronage of museums. While it does not always require a wing be named after a socialite family, love of art can be expressed in a multitude of ways. This blog is an expression for the love of art in New York Museums. You can even call it a passion.

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TheJewishMuseum: Shifting the Gaze blog: Eva Hesse’s abstract expressionist painting…"remarkable use of color & organic forms" http://ow.ly/1s0rQF

TheJewishMuseum: Shifting the Gaze blog: Eva Hesse’s abstract expressionist painting…”remarkable use of color & organic forms” http://ow.ly/1s0rQF
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TheJewishMuseum: We’ll be opening at our normal time (11:00am). We recommend you take the 4/5/6 to 86th St. The walk from there is nice! (Thx UES doormen!)

TheJewishMuseum: We’ll be opening at our normal time (11:00am). We recommend you take the 4/5/6 to 86th St. The walk from there is nice! (Thx UES doormen!)
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TheJewishMuseum: 1922 At Times Square premiere of The Man From Beyond, Houdini performs 1/2 hr magic act, including Vanishing Elephant trick. #HoudniniNYC

TheJewishMuseum: 1922 At Times Square premiere of The Man From Beyond, Houdini performs 1/2 hr magic act, including Vanishing Elephant trick. #HoudniniNYC
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TheJewishMuseum: RT @thepopups: Don’t lose your mittens! The Pop Ups play uptown at the Jewish Museum on Feb 6th! http://tinyurl.com/67g8p6c

TheJewishMuseum: RT @thepopups: Don’t lose your mittens! The Pop Ups play uptown at the Jewish Museum on Feb 6th! http://tinyurl.com/67g8p6c
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TheJewishMuseum: New blog entry, Eva Hesse: Abstract Expressionist Painter http://ow.ly/3LlpO

TheJewishMuseum: New blog entry, Eva Hesse: Abstract Expressionist Painter http://ow.ly/3LlpO
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TheJewishMuseum: RT @jewishculture Brave the snow to see @CrimeAfterCrime tonight at the @TheJewishMuseum NYJFF & your eyes will be damper than your socks.

TheJewishMuseum: RT @jewishculture Brave the snow to see @CrimeAfterCrime tonight at the @TheJewishMuseum NYJFF & your eyes will be damper than your socks.
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TheJewishMuseum: RT @jdforward: Joan Rosenbaum, the woman who remade the Jewish Museum, discusses her 30 year tenure and how Jewish art has changed: http …

TheJewishMuseum: RT @jdforward: Joan Rosenbaum, the woman who remade the Jewish Museum, discusses her 30 year tenure and how Jewish art has changed: http …
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TheJewishMuseum: Tonight is the final night of the New York Jewish Film Festival! Tickets still available for Crime after Crime at 6pm http://ow.ly/3LyqO

TheJewishMuseum: Tonight is the final night of the New York Jewish Film Festival! Tickets still available for Crime after Crime at 6pm http://ow.ly/3LyqO
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TheJewishMuseum: Closing Night: 20th NY Jewish Film Festival concludes w/the NYPremiere of Avi Nesher’s The Matchmaker. Watch the trailer http://ow.ly/3LEkC

TheJewishMuseum: Closing Night: 20th NY Jewish Film Festival concludes w/the NYPremiere of Avi Nesher’s The Matchmaker. Watch the trailer http://ow.ly/3LEkC
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TheJewishMuseum: RT @cb1gallery: New Yorkers, this is the last weekend to see "Shifting the Gaze" at The Jewish Museum in NYC. Featured is gallery… ht …

TheJewishMuseum: RT @cb1gallery: New Yorkers, this is the last weekend to see “Shifting the Gaze” at The Jewish Museum in NYC. Featured is gallery… ht …
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TheJewishMuseum: 12/1925- Houdini’s Broadway 2.5 hour Broadway show, w/15 major tricks + illusions, opens at Shubert Brothers’ 44th St Theatre. #HoudiniNYC

TheJewishMuseum: 12/1925- Houdini’s Broadway 2.5 hour Broadway show, w/15 major tricks + illusions, opens at Shubert Brothers’ 44th St Theatre. #HoudiniNYC
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TheJewishMuseum: Happy Follow Friday, everyone! #ff @FreudMusLondon @SydJewishMuseum @FilmLinc @LatinoEvents @JewishEd @jewishculture @jdforward

TheJewishMuseum: Happy Follow Friday, everyone! #ff @FreudMusLondon @SydJewishMuseum @FilmLinc @LatinoEvents @JewishEd @jewishculture @jdforward
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TheJewishMuseum: Happy Birthday to painter Alice Neel! View her psychologically penetrating portrait of the art historian Meyer Schapiro http://ow.ly/3M3VU

TheJewishMuseum: Happy Birthday to painter Alice Neel! View her psychologically penetrating portrait of the art historian Meyer Schapiro http://ow.ly/3M3VU
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TheJewishMuseum: Thx! RT @Museumnerd "Shifting the Gaze: Painting and Feminism" at @TheJewishMuseum has some great paintings in it. Closes Sunday. Go!

TheJewishMuseum: Thx! RT @Museumnerd “Shifting the Gaze: Painting and Feminism” at @TheJewishMuseum has some great paintings in it. Closes Sunday. Go!
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TheJewishMuseum: A religious road trip through Eastern Europe. "36 Righteous Men" at the NYJFF http://ow.ly/3MayX

TheJewishMuseum: A religious road trip through Eastern Europe. “36 Righteous Men” at the NYJFF http://ow.ly/3MayX
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TheJewishMuseum: 08/1926 – Hotel Shelton at 49th & Lexington, Houdini is submerged in an airtight coffin for 1.5 hours in hotel’s swimming pool #HoudiniNYC

TheJewishMuseum: 08/1926 – Hotel Shelton at 49th & Lexington, Houdini is submerged in an airtight coffin for 1.5 hours in hotel’s swimming pool #HoudiniNYC
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TheJewishMuseum: Closing Sunday-Daniel Libeskind’s Line of Fire featuring Hanukkah lamps from the collection. Read the blog post: http://ow.ly/1s0oLd

TheJewishMuseum: Closing Sunday-Daniel Libeskind’s Line of Fire featuring Hanukkah lamps from the collection. Read the blog post: http://ow.ly/1s0oLd
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TheJewishMuseum: Thank You! @hertwofeet RT @ChicagoLeah Aww :( I love @TheJewishMuseum – one of my favorites in NYC!

TheJewishMuseum: Thank You! @hertwofeet RT @ChicagoLeah Aww icon sad TheJewishMuseum: Thank You!  @hertwofeet  RT @ChicagoLeah Aww :( I love @TheJewishMuseum   one of my favorites in NYC! I love @TheJewishMuseum – one of my favorites in NYC!
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TheJewishMuseum: @ChicagoLeah Have fun in NYC. I hope we’ll see you next time. M

TheJewishMuseum: @ChicagoLeah Have fun in NYC. I hope we’ll see you next time. M
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TheJewishMuseum: OOF! Safe travels! RT @tammykohn: I will miss @TheJewishMuseum #Headingbacktoargentina

TheJewishMuseum: OOF! Safe travels! RT @tammykohn: I will miss @TheJewishMuseum #Headingbacktoargentina
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TheJewishMuseum: For @tammykohn #Headingbacktoargentina: Argentinian Guillermo Kuitka’s Untitled http://ow.ly/1s0p3A

TheJewishMuseum: For @tammykohn #Headingbacktoargentina: Argentinian Guillermo Kuitka’s Untitled http://ow.ly/1s0p3A
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Can anyone give me any info on the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC?

I’m visiting New York City in May and I want to visit some places of Jewish interest. I will be staying in Astoria, Queens and want to know what the Museum of Jewish Heritage is like. and how to get there via subway.

Also, if you know any other interesting places I should know about, please le me know.

Thank you all!

R or W train to Whitehall (then walk west on Battery Place)

also consider going to the Lower East Side Tenement Museum and/or yeshiva university’s Center for Jewish History

Which activities would you do if you have the New york Pass?

There are so many? Which one are a must??
Also, how to I buy a metro card foe 3 days?

Bodies…The Exhibition
Bronx Museum of the Arts
Bronx Zoo
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Brooklyn Historical Society
Brooklyn Museum
Carnegie Hall Tours
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Central Park Zoo
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
Cloisters Museum and Gardens
Empire State Building Observation Deck
Hispanic Society of America
Historic Richmond Town
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Jewish Children’s Museum
Madame Tussaud’s New York
Madison Square Garden All Access Tour
Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial, Educational and Cultural Center
Manhattan Mall
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Museum of the Moving Image
Museum of Natural History
Museum of Sex
Museum of the City of New York
New Museum
NBC Studio Tour
New York Aquarium
New York Botanical Garden
New York City Police Museum
New York Hall of Science
New York Skyride
New York Transit Museum
Noble Maritime Collection
On Location Tours
Paley Center for Media
Prospect Park Zoo
Queens Museum of Art
Queens Zoo
Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ANNEX NYC
Shearwater Sailing
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Staten Island Botanical Garden
Staten Island Children’s Museum
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Immigration Museum Ferry
Studio Museum in Harlem
Top of the Rock
Tour at Lincoln Center
Uncle Sam’s Edgar Allan Poe Greenwich Village Tour
Uncle Sam’s George M. Cohan Theatre District Tour
Uncle Sam’s Hamilton Financial Tour
Van Cortlandt House Museum
Walkin’ Broadway
Wave Hill
Whitney Museum of American Art
Weeksville Heritage Center
I’ve seen the websites and have used the pass before. It is unlimited, but because there are so many.. I just don’t know which ones are worth it?

Can someone give me 10-15 things that I should do on this list?

=( Very confusing..

http://www.newyorkpass.com/attractionsFullList.asp

First of all, you can’t just do everything with the NY City Pass. You can only enjoy 6 attractions (which btw is ok for three days), and you only get to choose between two options on the sixth attraction – Liberty Island / Ellis ISland or Cruise around Manhattan. See the NY City Pass website for more info.

P.S: Buying the City Pass is a great idea though. You can save heck of a lot of money!!!

Need help with the New York city pass.?

=) Hi.. I know this is going to be a hard one. I’m planning to buy the New York City pass. The thing is that I won’t be able to get the booket. Is there anyone out there, who could help me group this attraction that is close to each other.. we have a 3 day pass and plan to just go in and out of the places .. Thank you so much!

Bodies…The Exhibition
Bronx Museum of the Arts
Bronx Zoo
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Brooklyn Historical Society
Brooklyn Museum
Carnegie Hall Tours
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Central Park Zoo
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
Cloisters Museum and Gardens
Empire State Building Observation Deck
Hispanic Society of America
Historic Richmond Town
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Jewish Children’s Museum
Madame Tussaud’s New York
Madison Square Garden All Access Tour
Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial, Educational and Cultural Center
Manhattan Mall
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Museum of the Moving Image
Museum of Natural History
Museum of Sex
Museum of the City of New York
New Museum
NBC Studio Tour
New York Aquarium
New York Botanical Garden
New York City Police Museum
New York Hall of Science
New York Skyride
New York Transit Museum
Noble Maritime Collection
On Location Tours
Paley Center for Media
Prospect Park Zoo
Queens Museum of Art
Queens Zoo
Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ANNEX NYC
Shearwater Sailing
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Staten Island Botanical Garden
Staten Island Children’s Museum
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Immigration Museum Ferry
Studio Museum in Harlem
Top of the Rock
Tour at Lincoln Center
Uncle Sam’s Edgar Allan Poe Greenwich Village Tour
Uncle Sam’s George M. Cohan Theatre District Tour
Uncle Sam’s Hamilton Financial Tour
Van Cortlandt House Museum
Walkin’ Broadway
Wave Hill
Whitney Museum of American Art
Weeksville Heritage Center

the web site has maps of the attractions.

the first thing you have to do is select the things you want to see/do. there is enough on your list for a few weeks.

I would purchase a metrocard good for the 3 days you will be in town, this will permit unlimited ridership on all buses and subways.

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