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Bank of America members are entitled to free entry to the Museum on the first full week-end of each calendar week through our Bank of America's Museums on Us® programme partner.
All cardholders receive free entry to the museum on presentation of their Bank of America cards and a current photographic ID. 1 120 Fifth Avenue @ 103rd St. Ramp accès @ 103th St. Ramp accès @ 103th St. Train to Central Park North / 101th St. Walk one bloc East to Fifth Ave. dann South to 103th St. Citi Bike to Fifth Ave @ 103rd St. Pour les livres, bijoux, ?uvres d'art, articles liés aux expositions, cadeaux uniques et toutes choses New York City.
WiFi is available free of charge throughout the entire premises and on the front terrace. There is a free cloakroom inspection during the museum's normal opening hours on the first floor. Inspected objects must be collected before the museum shuts. There is no baggage storage at the museum. It is the museum's aim to welcome people of all skill levels.
The ramp can be accessed from East 104th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues. Wheel chairs are available to visitors free of cost (subject to availability). Earphones for reducing sound are available to visitors free of cost (subject to availability).
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So what made New York New York? Observe the history of the city's ascent from an up-and-coming Netherlands town to today's "capital of the world" and look at its present day in our evolving age. So what made New York New York? Observe the history of the city's ascent from an up-and-coming Netherlands town to today's "capital of the world" and look at its present day in our evolving age.
See the story of New York in this 28-minute movie. One of the most frequently taken photographs in the museum is this brightly lit exhibition above the rotunda. Link up with questions of the town' s activities today, find a plethora of pedagogical and more. Browse the story of Manhattan's renowned network of street and avenue numbering - the greatest achievement in the city's development story.
Réginald Marsh (1898-1954) is known as an artist and graphic artist in New York City.