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Top 10 museums in Brooklyn to visit

There are many fun and interesting things to do in Brooklyn. It is one of the best and most fun boroughs in New York City. And one of the best things about Brooklyn is the museums. Brooklyn has a lot of museums worth checking out. There is a huge variety, from all kinds of art to history and special unique museums too. With there being plenty to choose from, there is something for everyone to enjoy and explore. So once your movers U.Santini Moving & Storage Brooklyn have finished your move and you have settled in. You can start exploring and enjoying Brooklyn by visiting some of its museums. Here are the top 10 museums in Brooklyn which you should check out.

When speaking of the top 10 museums in Brooklyn we can’t go without putting the Brooklyn Museum at top of the list

The Brooklyn Museum is the third-largest museum in New York City. It has 1.5 million pieces of art. And it has impressive permanent collections from all around the world. And they are all arranged well so that you can easily find the one you are interested in. You can find them if you search by geographic location, culture, or time period. Additionally, the Brooklyn Museum has a lot of famous artists on display. From Norman Rockwell to Georgia O’Keeffe to Edward Hopper and Edgar Degas. Admission to this museum is quite affordable and free for ages 19 and under. It is also free for health care workers and active-duty military personnel and their families. All you have to do is show your I.D at the admissions desk. After you finish moving to Brooklyn this is definitely one of the top museums in Brooklyn to visit.

Prospect Park Zoo

The Prospect Park Zoo is a very unique and interesting museum. It is home to hundreds of animals and close to 200 species. You can explore the park both outdoors and indoors. If you are moving to Brooklyn with kids, this will be one of the best places to take them. It is open 7 days a week. And has many interesting animals, here are some of them:

  • Alpacas
  • Emus
  • Poison dart frogs
  • Red Pandas
Red panda on a brown wooden surface
There are many beautiful animals you can see at the Prospect Park Zoo

Brooklyn Historical Society

Anyone who loves Brooklyn would put this museum high on the list of top 10 museums in Brooklyn. If you want to learn about the history of Brooklyn, you can visit Brooklyn Historical Society. It has an education center in which you can learn about the 400 years history of Brooklyn. And if you are a student and moving costs in NYC have left you with little money, you can enter this museum for free with your ID.

New York Aquarium is one of the best Museums in Brooklyn

With over 266 species of fascinating marine life, the New York Aquarium is definitely one of the top 10 museums in Brooklyn to visit. And is one of the oldest aquariums in the united states. Its goal is to raise awareness about environmental issues and to save wildlife with its conservation program. The New York Aquarium is worth visiting for more than one reason.

New York Transit Museum

This is one of the more unique museums. This subway station has been turned into a museum that shows the history of public transportation. You can see subways and cars that go back to 1907. And the museum itself spans a whole city block. Don’t forget to visit the main exhibit. The Ticket to Ride, which shows the history of fare collection. Trough many different objects, equipment, and photographs.

Empty subway train
You can see many different subway cars in the New York Transit Museum

Pioneer Works

This is one of those museums that are not that well known or famous. But is definitely worth visiting. The building that the museum is in was Pioneer Iron Works. Built in 1866 it was used to make iron products like railroad tracks. As a not-for-profit cultural center, it focuses on art and providing support to artists. And due to that, you can take fun art classes here.

Brooklyn art library is one of the best museums in Brooklyn with the worlds largest sketchbook collection

The Brooklyn Art Library is a very unique and interesting museum. Its fame comes from its huge sketchbook collection from all over the world. To be more specific, from over 130 countries, which is impressive. And it has the world’s largest sketchbook collection with 45,000 sketchbooks and doodles. One of the many fun things you can do at the museum is participating in the project. You can sign up and create your sketchbook and add it to the collection.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

This is one of the most beautiful locations in Brooklyn to visit. It is made up of 52 acres with thousands of different plants from all over the world. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is an impressive achievement and one of the best museums in Brooklyn. There are many interesting things to explore. And one of them is rocks and boulders dating back to the end of the last ice age. There are also many beautiful things to see here. From one of the many gardens like the wet garden to the tropical pavilion and Orchid Collection.

Woman visiting botanic garden in one of the top 10 museums in Brooklyn

 

Interference Archive

Here is another unique and fascinating museum. It was created by the community and is run by volunteers. Its aim is to educate people and provide information about activism and social movements. Close to half of its artifacts and other items are from outside the US. There are many interesting things to see. And you can learn a lot here about many different cultures. While there is no admission, donations are appreciated.

Museum of Food and Drink

This is one of a kind museum where you can touch and eat the exhibits. This museum aims to educate people on the ways food and drinks impact our lives. It is also a place where you can learn some interesting techniques and become a better cook. You can learn a lot about different kinds of foods and of course, try them.

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