Beaux-Arts New York City

Beaux-Arts is a French neoclassical style of architecture popular in the United States from 1880 to 1920, a period of explosive growth in New York City.

Brooklyn Museum is known for its collections of world art

200 Eastern Parkway
at Washington Ave
Prospect Park, Brooklyn
Wednesday – Sunday

The Frick Collection of old masters, European sculpture, and decorative arts

1 East 70th St at Fifth Ave
Upper East Side
Closed on Mondays

Metropolitan Museum of Art is New York City’s Encyclopedia of Art

Fifth Avenue & 82nd St
Upper East Side
Open Daily

Macy’s Santaland is coming

34th St & Broadway
Herald Square
Garment District, Manhattan
Santaland Reservations
Monday, November 20
Visits Friday, November 24 – Sunday, December 24, 2017

American Museum of Natural History

Central Park West & 79th St
Upper West Side
Open Daily

New York City has many fine Beaux-Arts buildings.

Algonquin Hotel

American Museum of Natural History

The Ansonia

Belasco Theatre

Bronx Zoo

Brooklyn Museum

Century Association Clubhouse

Columbus Circle Fountain

Cooper-Hewitt Museum

Ellis Island

Farley Post Office Building

Frick Collection

Grand Army Plaza (Central Park)

Grand Army Plaza (Prospect Park)

Grand Central Terminal

Knickerbocker Hotel

Lyceum Theatre

Lunt-Fontaine Theatre


Metropolitan Museum of Art

National Museum of the American Indian (Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House)

New Amsterdam Theatre

New York Historical Society

New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

New York Yacht Club

Pierre Hotel

Siegel-Cooper Building

Surrogate’s Court

Washington Square Arch


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