Top Museums and Attractions Reopening in New York City
The Big Apple is bouncing back.
New York City tourism officials say some of the city’s top attractions and museums, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Statue of Liberty Museum, will start re-opening this week.
Officials said that on Monday, August 24 in New York City, museums and low-risk indoor arts and entertainment venues will begin reopening. More information on New York State’s reopening guidelines for cultural institutions, including 25% capacity limits, timed entry and other health & safety protocols, can be found here.
Upcoming reopenings include:
- Arcadia Earth Museum – August 24
- The Statue of Liberty Museum and Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration – August 24
- Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square – August 26
- Madame Tussauds New York – August 26
- National Lighthouse Museum – August 26
- Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) – August 27
- New York Aquarium – August 27
- American Folk Art Museum – August 28
- Fotografiska – August 28
- Spyscape – August 28
- The Met Fifth Avenue – August 29
- The Whitney Museum of American Art – September 3
- Artechouse – September 3
- The Morgan Library & Museum – September 5
- American Museum of Natural History – September 9
- The Bronx Museum of the Arts – September 9
- The New-York Historical Society – September 11
- 9/11 Memorial & Museum – September 12
- Brooklyn Museum – September 12
- The Met Cloisters – September 12
- El Museo del Barrio – September 12
- Museum of Jewish Heritage – September 13
- New Museum – September 15
- The Noguchi Museum – September 23
- SculptureCenter – September 24
It’s great news for anyone who loves New York City.