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Brooklyn Museum with Optional Skip-the-Line Exhibition

Product ID: 291915
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Explore Brooklyn Museum, where great art and courageous conversations are catalysts for a more connected, civic, and empathetic world. Choose the Special Exhibition ticket option and gain skip-the-line access to the incredible collections.
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Wheelchair accessible

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  • Discover world-class collection with close to 1.5 million works
  • Explore the city's 2nd-largest museum, located in the heart of Brooklyn's Prospect Park
  • Skip all the lines by selecting the Special Exhibitions option once you redeem your voucher
  • Enjoy a tour that is tailored to meet your interests and needs
  • Experience diverse, culturally focused, and world-renown public programming
Full description
Discover the Brooklyn Museum's vast collections which span 5000 years of human creativity from cultures in every corner of the globe. Collection highlights include the ancient Egyptian holdings, renowned for objects of the highest quality, and the American collections, which are unrivaled in their diversity, from Native American art and artifacts and Spanish colonial painting, to 19th- and early 20th-century American painting, sculpture, and decorative objects. The Museum is also home to the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, which is dedicated to the study and exhibition of feminist art and is the only curatorial center of its kind. 

Choose the option which includes access to the museum's Special Exhibition, Studio 54: Night Magic, from March 13, 2020 to July 5, 2020. This traces the radiant history, social politics, and trailblazing aesthetics of the most iconic nightclub of all time. The exhibition evokes the excitement of the historic nightclub through extensive photography, fashion, drawings, film, and never-before-exhibited costume illustrations and party invitations. With a focus on the artistic achievements of those involved, the exhibition showcases the diverse artists, musicians, fashion designers, and photographers whose contributions came to define the 1970s

Organized chronologically, Studio 54: Night Magic uses photography, fashion, drawing, and film, as well as costume illustrations, set proposals, and designs, to place the nightclub within the wider history of New York, from Prohibition through the 1970s. Blueprints and architecture models illustrate the club’s innovative development and creation, while documentation of extravagant theme parties traces its thirty-three-month run. The exhibition continues through the years after the nightclub’s closure, showing the ongoing influence of Studio 54 aesthetics.
  • Museum admission
  • Free access to daily public tours
  • Access to an exclusive shop and dining experience
  • Skip the line (if Special Exhibition ticket option chosen)
  • Special Exhibition ticket (if Special Exhibition ticket option chosen)
  • General Museum Entry (if Special Exhibition ticket option chosen)
What’s Not Included
  • Skip the line (unless Special Exhibition ticket option chosen)

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Meeting point

200 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052

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Important information
Know before you go
• Large bags and backpacks must be checked at the Coat Check. Please leave extra time to check your items
• It is recommended that you use the restroom before going upstairs to the exhibition, which is located on the 5th floor as there are no restrooms nearby
• There is limited seating within the exhibition, so if you require a seat, please inform the Museum and they can happily provide a folding stool
• Wheelchairs are also be available at Coat Check
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Brooklyn Museum

Product ID: 291915