The Museum of the City of New York is celebrating 100 years as New York's storyteller. Since 1923, the Museum has documented and shared the past, present, and future through the generous support of its partners and community.
Since 1923, the Museum of the City of New York has been here to document New York’s stories and celebrate our greatest moments of reinvention. The Museum's Centennial celebrates the entire city over these past one hundred years – a time when New York took its place as the most influential, most complicated, and most-watched place on the planet.
The Museum’s Centennial will include a multi-pronged exhibition that will give life to the essence of New York City through the eyes of artists and creators, inventors and pioneers, locals, and visitors. Programming will extend beyond the Museum’s walls, reaching across the diverse and distinct communities of the five boroughs to be a true landmark event.