Museum Open Monday

The New-York Historical Society Museum will be open Monday, December 22. For details, please visit our calendar.

January 18, 2005 - May 29, 2005

Known by Americans chiefly as the pamphleteer with a great turn-of-phrase who wrote Common Sense, Thomas Paine could be found in Philadelphia decisively turning the debate...

March 05, 2005 - May 15, 2005

An exhibition that honors one of the most influential arts colonies in the United States is on view at the New-York Historical Society from March 15- May 15, 2005. Produced...

March 01, 2005 - April 30, 2005

After a two-year hiatus, the art collection formed by Luman Reed, one of New York's pioneering 19th-century collectors, reclaimed its pride of place in the picture galleries...

November 04, 2004 - March 20, 2005

As part of its 200th anniversary celebration, the New-York Historical Society presents the exhibition Impressions of New York: Prints from the New-York Historical Society. By...

November 23, 2004 - February 20, 2005

One of the rarest and most opulent carriages used in early New York, the Beekman Coach, is display at the New-York Historical Society in its newest exhibit, Arriving in Style...

November 23, 2004 - February 20, 2005

On October 27, 1904, New York City's subway system officially opened, but talks to build an underground rail system began soon after London opened its subway in 1863. It wasn...

August 03, 2004 - November 07, 2004

When the first segment of Gotham's subway system opened on October 27, 1904, most Manhattanites lived and worked below 14th Street, while the rest of the island remained thinly...

June 22, 2004 - November 03, 2004

In August and September, 2004, New York City will host the Republican Party's national convention for the first time in its history. The New-York Historical Society will mark...

June 22, 2004 - October 24, 2004

This exhibition is based on David Dunlap's eponymous guide to 1,079 houses of worship, (Columbia University Press, 2004)....

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