Who We Are

Visualizing NYC by the Numbers

Urban Indian: Native New York Now

Examines the shared meaning of being a Native person living in New York today

City of Workers, City of Struggle

How Labor Movements Changed New York

PRIDE

Photographs of Stonewall and Beyond by Fred W. McDarrah

Through September 20, 2020

Who We Are

Visualizing NYC by the Numbers
Through December 31, 2019

PRIDE

Photographs of Stonewall and Beyond by Fred W. McDarrah
Ongoing

New York at Its Core

What made New York New York? Follow the story of the city’s rise from a striving Dutch village to today’s “Capital of the World,” and consider its future in our changing world.
Ongoing

Timescapes

Watch the history of New York City unfold in this 28-minute film.
Ongoing

Starlight

This brilliant light installation suspended above the Rotunda is one of the Museum’s most photographed features.
Opens February 14, 2020

City/Game

Basketball in New York
Opens March 11, 2020

The City Within

Brooklyn Photographs by Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb

Ongoing

Activist New York Online

Connect with issues of activism in the city today, discover a wealth of educational resources and more.
Ongoing

The Greatest Grid

Explore the history of Manhattan’s famous grid of numbered streets and avenues—the largest feat of urban planning in the city's history.
Ongoing

America's Mayor

Learn about the controversial tenure (1966–1973) and dramatic times of New York's 103rd mayor, John V. Lindsay.
Ongoing

Reginald Marsh

Reginald Marsh (1898-1954) is well-known as an American realist painter and printmaker who was based in New York City.

Traveling

A City Seen

Todd Webb's Postwar New York, 1945-1960

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Our Exhibition Catalogs
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