CULTURE & MUSEUMS AT OUR TRIBECA BOUTIQUE HOTEL
Our Tribeca boutique hotel, Duane Street is located in a colonial outpost of residential living, sheltered from the city’s hubbub, a mercantile center for the food industry and ultimately, an important hub for the textile industry, Tribeca has always led a colorful existence. Today, it remains vital and colorful, but with more of an emphasis on lifestyle, creativity and culture.
The New Museum is the only art museum in Manhattan dedicated to contemporary art. Renowned for being adventurous and global in scope.
Museum of American Finance
48 Wall Street
This Smithsonian affiliate museum celebrates capitalism and democracy with a mission of education and public awareness.
108 Orchard Street
Experience and learn about the American immigrant experience throughout the history of New York’s Lower East Side. This building has housed over 7,000 immigrants.
National September 11th Memorial and Museum
Greenwich Street between Fulton & Liberty Streets
The National September 11th Museum is a powerful museum that commemorates the 2001 and 1993 attacks on the World Trade Center site.
The Skyscraper Museum
39 Battery Place
A museum that celebrates skylines and their impacts on design, technology and society. Learn about the history of skyscraper buildings, past, present and future.
Manhattan Sailing School
#6H, 385 S End Avenue
This full-service school caters to every level (even captain kids). Savor stunning views of Manhattan’s shore and skyline — plus the bonus of major cocktail party cred, if you get the drift. Also offers charters and sightseeing tours launching from the 34th Street Piers.
South Street Seaport
Pier 16 South Seaport
The refurbished Seaport has a new life with historic exhibits, cultural programming, eateries galore and the lively Water Taxi Beach. A TKTS booth sells discounted tickets to evening Broadway performances on the day of the performance and matinee tickets the day before.
Between 10th and 11th Avenues from Gansevoort to 30th Streets
A visionary urban oasis currently earning raves in design circles for its landscaped green spaces, public art projects and green-minded refreshment vendors. The perfect spot for a picnic.
Hudson River Park
W. 10th Street and the Hudson River
This ever-evolving urban playground is equipped for running, cycling, court sports, fishing, boating, water taxis, public art, farmer’s markets and non-stop community events — even mini-golf and a skate park.« All Tribeca Information