In November 2012, Patricia Nicholson and Theodore Grunewald, two Metropolitan Museum of Art members, sued the museum for its misleading admission fees. Nicholson and Grunewald alleged that the museum is making the public think that its suggested admission fees are mandatory.
What followed is a lot of lamentations about how getting a dose of culture in the Big Apple is such an expensive exercise. But New York Bus Rental says that this is not the case. In fact, we strongly urge you to get on a bus rental in NYC with your friends and visit these free museums:
Museum at Fashion Institute of Technology
If you are a budding fashionista or if you just love anything fashion-related, then it will be worth your while to visit the Museum at Fashion Institute of Technology.
Admission is free at this 7th Ave. museum. Call (212) 217-5970 for details.
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
The flagship cultural institution of the Bronx — the Bronx Museum — collects and celebrates 20th century and contemporary art, with a particular emphasis on artists of African, Asian and Latin American ancestry, and those with a connection to the Bronx.
Located at 1040 Grand Concourse in the Bronx, the Bronx Museum of the Arts features the works of Asian, Latin American and Asian artists and anyone who either grew up in or has connections to the Bronx.
The museum has more than 800 sculptures, photographs, paintings and other artworks in its permanent collection.
Call (718) 681-6000 or visit http://www.bronxmuseum.org/ for more details.
Museum of Biblical Art
The Museum of Bibical Art features outstanding art that shows the influences of biblical happenings and the Bible’s legacy on both Christian and Jewish art.
The Museum of Bibical Art is located on the Upper West Side. Call (212) 408-1500 or visit http://www.mobia.org/ for information.
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