The Brooklyn Museum guide

A complete guide to the Brooklyn Museum including ticketing information, the best exhibits and things to do nearby

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As the third-largest museum in NYC, The Brooklyn Museum rivals museums found in Manhattan (even The Metropolitan Museum) with its own amazing exhibits and galleries—which only stands to reason since most artists in NYC live and work in Brooklyn.

It has become one of NYC's premier art institutions that boast Egyptian, African and Oceanic artifacts as well as hotter contemporary art exhibits that rotate in and out. In fact, it has an entire wing devoted to the latest in feminist art, where you will find Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party, a huge permanent installation that pays tribute to famous women throughout history.

To find out more about how to explore this cultural gem and what you'll find there, check out our complete guide to the Brooklyn Museum.

Where is the Brooklyn Museum?

The museum is at 200 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn.

How do I get tickets to the Brooklyn Museum?

Tickets can be purchased online at the Brooklyn Museum website or at the museum entrance.

What’s the best way to get to the Brooklyn Museum?

Take the 2, 3 subway lines to Eastern Parkway Brooklyn Museum.

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