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Buildings, Famous in New York

Updated Oct 05 2014 04:43 PM EST with 28 listings
If you are visiting Long Island New York you may want to visit some of its famous buildings. Famous buildings located across Long Island, NY are listed below.
Buildings, Famous in New York

American Folk Art Museum

The American Folk Art Museum celebrates the contributions of folk art to the enduring culture of America, highlighting the expressive qualities of items as simple as a quilt. The collection also includes 18th and 19th century paintings and handcrafted items form American history.
45 W. 53rd St., Midtown NY 10019 Tel 212-265-1040
Fax: 212-265-2350; E-mail: info@folkartmuseum.org
Website: folkartmuseum.org

Cooper Union

30 Cooper Sq., Noho NY 10003 Tel 212-353-4100
Website: cooper.edu

CUNY Graduate School and University Center

365 Fifth Ave., Murray Hill NY 10016 34th/35th Sts., Tel 212-817-7000
Website: gc.cuny.edu

Daily News Building

E. 41st St., Murray Hill NY at Second Ave.,

Delacorte Theatre

Famous theater and opera house. Click here for a Location.
E. 81st St., in Central Park, Tel 212-861-7283
Fax: 212-539-8505; Website: publictheater.org

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

Last surviving Dutch-Colonial farmhouse, over 200 years old. See website for more details.
4881 Broadway, Inwood NY 10034 204th St., Tel 212-304-9422
Fax: 212-304-0635; E-mail: info@dyckman.org
Website: dyckman.org

El Museo Del Barrio

El Museo del Barrio has evolved into New York?s leading Latino cultural institution, having expanded its mission to represent the diversity of art and culture in all of the Caribbean and Latin America. The museum's collection include 8,000 objects that range from a pre-Columbian vessels to contemporary masterpeices, including photography, film and video.
1230 Fifth Ave., East Harlem NY 10029 betw 104th & 105th St, Tel 212-831-7272
Fax: 212-831-7927; E-mail: info@elmuseo.org
Website: elmuseo.org

Eldorado Apartments

Central Pk. W., Central Park NY Tel 300

Film Center Building Lobby

630 Ninth Ave., Clinton NY

Fuller Building

41 E. 57th St., Midtown NY

Hamilton Fish Park Library

415 East Houston St., Lower East Side NY 10002 Tel 212-673-2290

Joseph Papp Public Theatre

Seating Chart
425 LaFayette St., Noho NY 10003 betw Astor Pl. & 4th St, Tel 212-239-6200
Group Sales: 212-398-8383; Website: publictheater.org

Majestic Apartments

115 Central Pk. W., Central Park NY

Manhattan Company Building

40 Wall St., Financial District NY

Metro Theater

2624 Broadway, Upper West Side NY

Museum of Television and Radio

25 W. 52nd St., Midtown NY 10019 betw 5th & 6th Ave, General Info 212-621-6600
Recorded Information: 212-621-6800; Website: mtr.org

Museum of the City of New York

New York City's history told through "fascinating exhibits of photographs, memorabilia, documents, arts, toys & costumes." (Top 10 Guide to NYC '99) Suggested contribution $7 adults, $4 students, children, senior citizens & $12 families. Picture
1220 Fifth Ave., East Harlem NY 10029 At E.103rd St., Tel 212-534-1672
Fax: 212-423-0758; Website: mcny.org

New Museum of Contemporary Art

The New Museum is the only place where the art is truly global, presenting an astonishing range of installations, videos, paintings, and sculptures from around the world.
556 W. 22nd St., Chelsea NY 10011 at 11th Avenue, Tel 212-219-1222
Fax: 212-431-5328; E-mail: newmu@newmuseum.org
Website: newmuseum.org

Pioneer Hotel

146 Bowery, Little Italy NY at Broome,

Puck Building

295 LaFayette St., NoLita NY 10012 Tel 212-274-8900
Fax: 212-226-6835

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is a national research library devoted to collecting, preserving and providing access to resources documenting the experiences of peoples of African descent throughout the world.
515 Lenox Ave., Harlem NY 10037 Tel 212-862-4000
Website: nypl.org

Sofia Apartments

33 W. 61st St., Lincoln Center NY

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Frank Lloyd Wright's New York masterpiece is recognized around the world, and visitors come form around the world to view this museum's collection of art. Art form the late 19th and early 20th centuries represents such movements as Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Surrealism and German Expressionism, with pieces by such renowned names as Picasso, van Gogh, Kandisky, Chagall and other modern masters. Click here to see a picture of the inside of the museum & here to see a picture of the outside of the museum.. Click here for a Location.
1071 Fifth Ave., East Harlem NY 10128 89th Street, Tel 212-423-3500
Tel: 212-423-3640; Fax: 212-423-3650
Toll-Free: 800-329-6109; E-mail: sales@guggenheim.org
Website: guggenheim.org

Starrett-Lehigh Building

601 W. 26th St., Chelsea NY

Tompkins Square Park

In the East Village between Aves A & B and 7th & 10th Sts. This 16 acre park has been reclaimed from drug dealers and the homeless and is now a place for basketball, walking dogs and the normal activities of a park in the city.
Avenue A, From 7th to 10th Sts,
Website: nycgovparks.org

Western Union Building

60 Hudson St., Tribeca NY 10013

Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney Museum's permanent collection contains more than 12,000 paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings and photographs by almost 2,000 artists. The galleries here focus on artwork form the 20th century to the present, as well as special exhibitions.
945 Madison Ave., Upper East Side NY 10021 E.75th St., Tel 212-570-3676
Tel: 800-944-8639; E-mail: feedback@whitney.org
Website: whitney.org

Yeshiva University

Oldest Jewish educational building in America.
500 W. 185th St., Fort George NY 10033 Tel 212-960-5400
Website: yu.edu