Free Target entrance on the first Saturday except Labor Day weekend. Some exhibits are free, others you have to pay.
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I went today to see the American Fine Craft Show and have been going for several years.. This will be my last time... The museum is nice but the Art show was very disappointing.....the show has gone down hill and doesn't have the unique artists...More
This was one of the weirdest museums I have visited. It felt like a art gallery with museum exhibits. Great visit for anyone who loves art or architecture as their main hall is stunning, but not worth going out of your way for otherwise. (Unless...More
This museum is a gem. Off the Manhattan charts. Centrally located and easy to get to. It's withing steps of the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and trendy Park Slope
I have never been disappointed here. There’s enough in the permanent collection to make a visit worthwhile, but their temporary exhibitions tend to be the draw. Visiting Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party at least once should be a requirement for all. The Elizabeth Sackler Center...More
This museum looks rather big but it's not. It's a great way to sample a little history for the whole family. It's a pay what you think it's worth, which works out to a little over $2.00 an hour, so not too bad. I went...More
Its hard to compete with the Met, MOMA, AWhitney and Guggenheim. But keep this museum on your list of things to do one day. And the neighborhood is getting quite upscale.
Visiting grandparents, local parents, and 2 children LOVED the First Saturday evening event, featuring two good bands, beer and wine and Jamaican beef patties (to purchase), and free entrance to the galleries (because it's sponsored by Target). There were other scheduled activities too, but the...More
The Brooklyn Museum was surprisingly impressive. Covering five huge floors, the exhibits offered a variety of pieces, some dating back to 1,500 b.c. Moreover, the light traffic flow enabled us to move through the exhibits at a nice pace, without the need to skip over...More
Visited here for the first time this past September. Even before you step in, it's such an impressive place. Very cool architecture and I love the fountains in the front. Egyptian exhibit was very nifty, as was the one that covers colonial design and the...More