Some Cool Museums You Need to Check Out in Long Island City

Before the swanky highrises and Michelin Star winning restaurants drew people to Long Island City, it was known as a place for the arts.  If your looking for a great museum to check out locally take a closer look at the article below.  


MOMA PS1 prides themselves upon displaying some of the best experimental art in New York City. The museum is a one of the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art museums in America. They often seek rising and contemporary artists, to give them a place to display their work and support the rise of new artists. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for students and seniors, and children under 16 years old are free!   During the summer they also have the MOMA PS1 Warm up where art, dancing and music collide! Keep your eye on the events page to stay up to date with featured events.

Sculpture Center


Founded in 1928, The Sculpture Center is a not-for-profit arts institution dedicated to experimental and innovative developments in contemporary sculpture.  The Sculpture Center frequently commissions new work and presents exhibits from an array of both national and international artists.

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Admission is a suggested $5 donation, but free for Long Island City residents!

The Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs

This nonprofit gallery seeks to promote contemporary visual arts in a way that the a wide audience could observe. They not only display contemporary art, but seek to educate the public on how important this art is. Better yet, the entire gallery and all events associated with it are free!