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200 Eastern Pkwy Brooklyn, NY 11238
200 Eastern ParkwayUSNew YorkBrooklyn11238
(718) 638-5000brooklynmuseum.org
Art MuseumToday 11AM–6PM
Wednesday 11AM–6PMThursday 11AM–10PMFriday 11AM–6PMSaturday 11AM–6PMSunday 11AM–6PMMonday ClosedTuesday Closed
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."
"The first floor had a great collection of tribal masks."
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Caleb Fischer
a month ago
It's not the Met, but that said I think it is a very well put together museum with a nice focus on modern works, especially those about the New York area. On my most recent visit the floors were: Ground: African. 2: Closed for renovations. 3: Ancient Egyptian (if you like this, you are definitely better off going to the met, kind of pointless but has some nice rooms on mummys). 4: Mostly a single artist. 5: An exhibit about Coney Island, which I surprisingly found to be very informative.
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Cici Castro
a week ago
I loved this museum growing up as kid the Egyptian collection is mesmerizing very educational our family loved this museum especially since it's walking distance to the botanical garden which is also gorgeous makes a great morning activity followed by a beautiful stroll and lunch at the garden.
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Joe Fitzgerald
2 months ago
Beautifully curated Basquiat exhibit was one of the best museum experiences I've had in the city. The in-house cafe / restaurant is pleasant but expectedly overpriced, recommend heading somewhere else nearby if you're hungry while visiting. They'll let you back in later the same day
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Jose Banos
a month ago
Friend told me about it, never had the chance untill my birthday weekend d, had a great experience, thanks alot to the help of the gentleman Isai that work there, I will coming back soon
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Hannibal Smith
3 weeks ago
One of my favorite museums in the country. Just fyi I have a slight bias to this place as I've been coming here since I was a kid and it was one of my hidden sanctuaries. It's seconds from the subway, houses one of the largest African art collections in North America and hosts a kick ass monthly party sponsored by Target. The curation of special exhibits has been phenomenal over the past 7 years encompassing various sub and counter cultural phenomena. Let's get back to this monthly party. When it first started it was crazy no holds bar dance party spilling into the street over the years it has evolved to a more see and be seen party where all the cool kids go. On the plus side it is an all ages event that also allows people into the museum and special exhibits for free.
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alice chung
a month ago
Brooklyn Museum is a donation-based organization, which I truly appreciate. If you don't have much money, they allow you to still enjoy art and culture for a few bucks. I've had the pleasure of seeing some awesome exhibitions back in September when I visited Brooklyn Museum. Some of those include KAWS (the big, awesome sculpture at the entrance lobby), FAILE art exhibition, and the The Rise of Sneaker Culture exhibition. All were superb! It goes to show the caliber of artists and types of art they support and I love it.
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Dominic Unber
2 months ago
Cool museum, that often offer interesting exhibitions and unique presenters. I come here as often as possible, and always on a week day. Who want to wait hours and see tourists taking pictures of them self?? Check with the place before you visit!
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Gaby Akcelik
a month ago
It's not entirely big but it has very interesting exhibits. The feminism exhibition is one of the most interesting ones I've been to. Also he Killer Heels exhibit was fantastic. Making it free for Brooklyn College students is definitely a plus.

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