New York Bus Rental will be able to provide you and your group with a bus rental in NYC, just in case you need one when you go on a museum tour.
In this series, we have been recommending that you get a bus rental in NYC and invite all your friends to visit free museums.
We have already suggested:
- American Folk Art Museum
- Forbes Galleries
- Goethe Institut
- Museum of Biblical Art
- Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art
- The Bronx Museum of the Arts
National Museum of the American Indian
The National Museum of the American Indian is part of the Smithsonian Institution and have changing exhibits on Native American cultures.
The National Museum of the American Indian is in the Alexander Hamilton Customs House on 1 Bolwing Green, George Gustave Heye Center. Call (212) 514-3700 for details.
Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art
Although it originally showcased only Swiss works of art, the Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art now exhibits the finest artworks from all of Europe. The organization is funded by both the Swiss government and the Art Council of Switzerland.
The Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art, located on Wooster St., is open from Wednesdays to Sundays. Call (212) 925-2035 or visit http://www.swissinstitute.net/
American Folk Art Museum
If you have ever wanted to see the 9/11 National Tribute Quilt, you need to go to the American Folk Art Museum. They also have an outstanding array of folk art and art created by self-taught artists in its permanent collection.
The American Folk Art Museum is on Lincoln Square. Call (212) 595-9533 for information.
You will certainly love being able to relax inside a bus rental in NYC after an afternoon at the museum. It is all about convenience, safety and comfort. But what sets New York Bus Rental apart from our competitors is that you do not have to pay an arm and a leg for it. Call us to find out just how affordable our bus rentals are!