Princeton University Art Museum
With origins dating to the 1750s, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the world's leading university art museums with collections of more than 92,000 works of art that range from ancient to contemporary art and concentrate geographically on the Mediterranean regions, Western Europe, China, the United States and Latin America.
Princeton University Art Museum, on the Princeton University campus, a short walk from Nassau Street in downtown Princeton.
Princeton, NJ (609-258-3788)
Museum of the Moving Image
The country's only museum dedicated to the art, history, technique, and technology of the moving image in all its forms. A one-of-a-kind destination for audiences of all ages and interests, from connoisseurs of classic cinema to children and families to avid gamers.
Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria, Queens, NYC. (718-784-4520)
Baruch Center for Performing Arts
Presenting theater, concerts, and lectures year-round as well as home to the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and the Alexander String Quartet.
Baruch Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave (entrance between Lexington and 3rd) NYC Take the R or 6 Train to 23rd Street
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Family Programs at The New York Historical Society
The New-York Historical Society offers programs that make history come alive for the entire family. Little New-Yorkers Every Tuesday and Friday. Free with Museum admission. Ages 3-5. Each class includes time with historic toys, a special Little New-Yorkers hello song, story readings, and a related craft project.
New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, NYC. (212-817-8215) OPEN: Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday - 10am-6pm
Friday - 10am-8pm
Sunday - 11am-5pm
Films @ the Film Society of Lincoln Center
America’s pre-eminent film presentation organization, the Film Society of Lincoln Center was founded in 1969 to celebrate American and international cinema, to recognize and support new filmmakers, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and understanding of the art among a broad and diverse film going audience.
Walter Reade Theater, 165 W. 65th Street, @ Lincoln Center (between Amsterdam and Broadway), NYC. (212-875-5610) CLICK for Film Schedule
South Street Seaport
The Seaport district is being revitalized, protecting vital infrastructure and maintaining its history and sense of place. All of the buildings within the district will be preserved and reused for public enjoyment, with the treasured Tin Building lifted out of the floodplain and restored as a world-class food market. And the Seaport Museum will be reinvented into a dynamic facility with public access to visiting ships.
South Street Seaport, Fulton & South Streets. NYC. (212-748-8600)
Home of legendary live performances since 1869. This 944-seat theater is the oldest continuously operating showplace in New York state, one of the oldest in the country, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Bardavon • 35 Market Street • Poughkeepsie, NY. (845-473-2072)
Tarrytown Music Hall
Built in 1885 by a local chocolate manufacturer who had the idea to build a theatre in the heart of Tarrytown. Designed by Phillip Edmunds, Wallace's "Music Hall" is now one of the oldest,legitimate, standing theatre's in Westchester County. Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY. (877-840-0457)