Night At The Museums Gives You Free Prime Access To Culture

Night At The Museums Gives You Free Prime Access To Culture

By: Caroline De Tino

Come and discover the rich culture and history that surrounds Lower Manhattan, all in one night, all within walking distance, all for FREE!

As part of the River to River Festival, 15 museums and cultural institutions will come together to bring you Night at the Museums. Enjoy free special programming, performances, exhibitions, and tours at some of the cities finest museums on Tuesday, June 19th from 4 – 8 PM. While there may not be a mischievous monkey or a t-rex chase, there is still room for adventure!

Participating institutions include:

African Burial Ground National Monument

China Institute

Federal Hall National Memorial

Fraunces Tavern Museum

Lower Manhattan Tours

Museum of American Finance

Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

National Archives at New York City

National Museum of the American Indian

National September 11 Memorial Museum

9/11 Tribute Museum

NYC Municipal Archives

Poets House

The Skyscraper Museum

South Street Seaport Museum

While you explore all the history Lower Manhattan has to offer, don’t forget to Get Low and stop by participating restaurant Atrio for a 20% discount.  The savings continue every Tuesday all summer long so just check our instagram page @downtownnyc to see which restaurant is running their special!

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