This museum is a monument to the New York City Police Department, providing information and exhibits on the department's ... More
New York City Police Museum
This museum is a monument to the New York City Police Department, providing information and exhibits on the department's 150-year history. It is a fascinating place where you can see vintage uniforms and weapons, participate in a simulated crime scene, or find out where the term ""cop"" originated. Both entertaining and educational, one trip here provides all you would ever want to know about the real NYPD Blue. Be sure and stop at the museum gift shop for officially licensed NYPD merchandise.
Any visitor to the Big Apple should spend at least a couple of hours at this vast museum. Designed by
Richard Morris Hunt, it has more than 1.5 million square feet (139,355 square meters) of exhibition space. European paintings ...
Formerly the Abigail Adams Smith Museum, this is a wonderful example of late 18th century New York City architecture. Built
in 1799, the building began as a private residence. The Colonial Dames came into possession of the building in ...
This museum is currently closed to visitors and is set to open at some point in 2014. Ellis Island is
shadowed by the Statue of Liberty that punctuates Liberty Island. Between 1892 and 1954, over 12 million immigrants disembarked ...