Free museums and exhibitions in New York City
Many people ask the question: “Is it possible to visit museums in New York for free?”
“Certainly!” we answer you.
You don’t have to pay for a quality vacation. In this section, you can find free museums and exhibitions in New York, that is, admission to them will be absolutely free. Only sometimes, in order to get to a certain exhibition, you need to register for it by clicking on the appropriate link in the event announcement.
You can visit free museums and enjoy viewing expositions both on weekdays and on weekends. And many exhibitions are even held for several months.
Free exhibitions in New York City are useful pastime, good mood, education, spiritual development, both for adults and children.
Sarah E. Brook`s monumental multimedia installation at the Lena Horne Bandshell expands the artist’s exploration of communication between external and internal psychic space.
Join “Pattern and Flow” Curator Mindell Dubansky for a tour of the exhibition.
Agora Gallery is pleased to present its compelling survey of contemporary pop art directly influenced by the work of Andy Warhol.
February 8, 2023 (Wednesday)
Abigail DeVille: Bronx Heavens is a constellation of sculptures and installations by the artist who utilizes found materials and objects as a way to unearth forgotten ancestral histories, both real and imagined.
Inspired and enabled by the people who live in the vibrant community where the Bronx Museum is located, local artists John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres have become world-famous for their portraits of their South Bronx neighbors.
Join us for our opening exhibitions featuring our fifth-year anniversary exhibition “Behind the Cloud” curated by Alex Santana and Marissa Del Toro and our artist-in-residence Pachi Muruchu’s “Tinkuy: Converging Ecologies” exhibition curated by Xavier Robles Armas.
February 9, 2023 (Thursday)
New works from 8 emerging artists and the publication of a roundtable zine considering the art of repair in a paranoid age.
Café Melo Gallery presents “Speak To Me” a Black History Month Group Art Exhibition