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200 Eastern Pkwy Brooklyn, NY 11238
200 Eastern ParkwayUSNew YorkBrooklyn11238
(718) 638-5000brooklynmuseum.org
Art MuseumToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
The Brooklyn Museum, housed in a 560,000-square-foot, Beaux-Arts building, is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the country.
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Beaux Arts landmark famed for ancient & modern art collections & world-class temporary exhibitions.- Google
"Great insight into American modern art and an immense Egyptian art collection."
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"This is a great art museum in Brooklyn."
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A great museum. I love the Egyptian collection. The first Saturday of the month event is also fun. I recommend this as a good place to visit.
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Holly Eng
6 months ago
A great alternative to the more popular Manhattan museums, the beautiful space inside and outside, has hosted many famous exhibits but their in-house collection is quite impressive as well. My favorite is The Dinner Party which is part of a collection about feminist art. Visitors definitely do not want to miss this particular installation. Although the museum has a wide range of art, it does lean towards the more contemporary, but you do get a comprehensive offering if you were to walk through every floor. TIP: Target First Saturdays are awesome! The first Saturday of every month features extended evening hours with programming around a certain theme. Typically music, drinks, lectures, arts and crafts make up the lively event and it's all for free!
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Chris Ross
9 months ago
Entertainment and culture collide at the Brooklyn Museum. Already hosting a diverse collection of art and exhibits, it plays host to a wide assortment of entertainment and educational opportunities. During the summer months be sure to check out Target first Saturdays. The first Saturday of every month brings an assortment of live entertainment and films for the whole family. I've seen a lot of my favorite musicians perform here and the environment is much more intimate than say Terminal 5. While you are there be sure to check out the botanical gardens that are just around the corner. I really enjoy sitting outside at the front of the museum where you will find a nice greasy area to pay and read, maybe soak up some sun, or in general just take a break during your museum excursion. The rotating cast of exhibits are really top notch. I had the opportunity to see the Ai Wei Wei exhibition which a phenomenal! Of you are feeling super fancy, you can eat at the Michelin star rated restaurant and bar, ice never been but I heard it rocks!
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Crystal Cun
8 months ago
Stop by on the first Sat of the month for free admission and discounted admission on the special exhibits! It may sound nerdy but spending Sat night at the Brooklyn Museum is awesome because the place is hoppin' with live music, free food samples, crafts and big festive crowds! Though the crowds can be annoying if there's a long line for the activity you want, it's still a great way to see some art on the cheap.
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Robert White
a week ago
After 3 years in Brooklyn, i thought it is time to visit here ;) I recommend it to everyone, especially during the cold winter days when it is way too cold for different activities. Just do yourself a favor, if you want to enjoy go on a weekday, or check if there is no special occasion since it can get sooo crowded at certain times.
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Stephanie Gross
4 months ago
Being a Brooklynite, you really need to take sometime and visit. I picked one of their free entrance evenings and walked around slowly. Recently they had an amazing exhibit to Killer Heels. My sister loves heels so I was excited to bring her and mom tagged along. She loved it but realized if you aren't a city person this can be a lot of walking by the end of the day. They were exhausted and food was the next step so just plan accordingly for those non-NYcers ; )
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Manuel Marroquin
3 weeks ago
It was a very nice bog museum with alot of things to see and and the park was so beautiful
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Maia Reim
11 months ago
This is world class fabulous museum. The permanent collection is worth the trip alone. and the seasonal exhibits are provocative, rich and most thoughtfully put together. Easy to visit as the 2 and 3 subway train station is right under the museum. Be sure to tour the Botanic Gardens next door as well.

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