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Pay What You Wish: Museums in Winter

Japanese Woodblock Print by Hasui
Shiba Zojyo-Ji by Hasui - Japanese woodblock print at Akasaka Collection

Shiba Zojyo-Ji by Hasui (1883-1957). Japanese woodblock print. Japan, 1929. [ Akasaka Collection | Gallery #14 | 212.223.3892 | printjapan@yahoo.com ]

When the weather gets cold, the cold take in art! (At least, that seems like the best plan.)

NYC-ARTS has put together a detailed list of the NYC museums offering free – or pay-what-you-wish admission. You may not be able to wish the weather away, but it is comforting that when it’s punishing, you can duck into any of the museums on that list and experience culture, at low – or even no – cost.

Most of your favorite museums are featured!

Here are a few of our picks:

Brooklyn Museum

Brooklyn Museum

Brooklyn Museum (Source: Brooklyn Museum’s Instagram)

Always offering pay-what-you-wish, Brooklyn Museum has a number of exciting exhibits to see, such as: ” Who Shot Sports“, “Double-Take: African Innovations” and “Ancient Egyptian Art

200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn

The Morgan Library & Museum

Photo: Interior, Morgan Library & Museum. Credit Graham Haber. (Source: architecturalrecord.com)

Photo: Interior, Morgan Library & Museum. Credit Graham Haber. (Source: architecturalrecord.com)

The Morgan Library & Museum offers free Friday evenings – from 7pm-9pm.

Current exhibits to see: “Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol'” and “Charlotte Brontë: An Independent Will

225 Madison Ave, at 36th St.

Museum of Arts and Design

Museum of Art & Design

Museum of Art & Design (Source: madmuseum.org )

On Thursdays, from 6pm – 9pm, pay-what-you-wish to see current exhibits that document contemporary and historic innovation in craft, art, and design, such as: “Crochet Coral Reef: Toxic Seas” and “Coille Hooven“.

2 Columbus Circle

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