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Museum Of Chinese In America
History Museum
Today 11AM–6PM
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215 Centre St New York, NY 10013
215 Centre StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
(212) 619-4785mocanyc.org
History Museum, Art MuseumToday 11AM–6PM
Sunday 11AM–6PMMonday ClosedTuesday 11AM–6PMWednesday 11AM–6PMThursday 11AM–9PMFriday 11AM–6PMSaturday 11AM–6PM
Designed by Maya Lin, and located at the crossroads of SoHo and Chinatown, MOCA presents the dynamic history of Chinese Americans, offering exhibits, public programs, walking tours and family events.
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Small museum focused on the Chinese experience in America through exhibits & public programs.- Google
"It's a small museum that changes has very interesting exhibits every so often."
"Unique museum in Chinatown."
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PandaDomo NYC
4 months ago
This is a great treasure trove of Chinese American history in New York! Much of the exhibits dont change except for one exhibition room but it all revolves around the tradition of storytelling and sharing the Chinese American voices in America. They also have a lot of great events and workshops that really engage you.
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YS C
8 months ago
The museum is a labor of love. Here is a unique thread of history that sheds some light not only on the Chinese American experience, but also on the often forgotten or distorted history in China and its relationship to the world, due to political power shifts through years of turmoil. Chinese Americans have come a long way. This reminds us to not take it for granted.
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Vic Toria
2 years ago
I love this museum. The interior design is awesome and the facilities are very clean. It's a small museum that changes has very interesting exhibits every so often. The staff is very friendly and helpful...because i worked there! :) This is a family friendly museum that has different kinds of events. Some good family events to look out for include the Qing Ming Festival, and if not they offer jazz, fashion, or documentary screenings centered around the Asian American theme.
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Erini Parmini
11 months ago
Very interesting and informative
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Wing Pang
3 months ago
Slightly over priced at $10 entry fee and could have covered more Chinese heritage with history of migration from China to the states as a whole. The history of China needs to be correlated to the migration patterns as well as the latest waves from China itself. Tries to be positive with role models however ones cultural roots and heritage are just as important.
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Anthony Muljadi
2 months ago
Unique museum in Chinatown.
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Crystal Cun
a year ago
Despite being a Chinese-American, I have never really studied the history of Chinese people in America and was surprised at the complexities and tensions between Chinese immigrants and Americans (who were themselves immigrants just a couple generations before). The museum isn't large (you could cover it in an hour or so) but the displays are well thought out and feel fresh and relevant to racial issues today. If you go on Thursdays, admission is even free.
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Terresa Ling
2 years ago
The Museum of Chinese in America used to be a very small museum that was only a room or two. Now they have expanded to a much larger experience, but still leans toward a small kind of museum compared to the MET. Note that you can check out the museum for FREE on Target's FREE Thursdays. There are videos and recordings that play, as well as ancient black and white photos that show the familiar street names of Chinatown. They also have a unique museum store.