took my granddaughter. I attended this museum when I was a child.
unfortunately the museum has dismantled their doll house room which was my favorite
The Joel Gray feature exhibit was fascinating. Loved the 15 movie too. The new furniture exhibit is exceptional!report as inappropriate
The building is beautiful and it's a nice location (5th Ave.) However, half the museum was closed so it only takes about an hour to see everything, including an interesting slide show.report as inappropriate
A lot of fun stuff to learn.report as inappropriate
the 25 minute film on the history of NYC was absolutely wonderful as was the exhibit on the green food of NYC.
At least half of the museum was closed due to renovation including my favorite of 40 years, the doll house room.report as inappropriate
If you go, make sure you see the Timescapes production.report as inappropriate
My sister wanted to see Cecil Beaton's work that was on display. It was amazing! We had a wonderful time.report as inappropriate
great!!!report as inappropriate
IT WAS VERY INFORMATIVE AND WELL THOUGHT OUT. WITH A GREAT OVERVIEW OF THE HISTORY OF NEW YORK.report as inappropriate
Interesting place, beautiful building, helpful staff. We had a great time!report as inappropriate
The Roche and 9/11 exhibits were great and the 22 minute video on the history of NYC was very informative. I also enjoyed the displays of interior period furniture. A very delightful place to visit.report as inappropriate
everything was great , we enjoy it since the moment we went inside the museum. so many thing to see and explain with details for the youngest. my kids really like it. thank you Goldstart...report as inappropriate
I did not go. I forgot about it. GoldStar did not remind me.report as inappropriate