National Museum Of American Indian, New York City

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National Museum Of American Indian, New York City - Address, Phone Number

Address: 1 Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004

Phone: +1-2026331000

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in the National Mall area in Washington D.C. showcases the history of Native American protests from old Pre-Columbian human advancements up till the current 21st century evolution. There are many interesting exhibits and eye-opening materials that will certainly enlighten you as well as boggle your mind.

The galley here accommodates a wide variety of artifacts relating to the Native American life. You can learn as to why were they driven out of their own country and that is a very interesting experience. The Mitsitam Native Foods Cafe which is a part of the premises serves the traditional Native American food and eating at this gallery is a genuine treat.

The National Museum of American Indian is an engaging museum that tells you the history and culture of natives in America. The National Museum of American Indian ticket prices are free of cost, however, there might be some charges for exhibitions. Buy tickets for The National Museum of American Indian tours and get to know the attraction from a close. Tickets for The National Museum of American Indian tours offer you a lot in comparison to what they charge. However, you will have to hurry up, since The National Museum of American Indian tickets sell fast even then what you can imagine!

How To reach National Museum Of American Indian by Public Transport

  • State St at Bridge St bus stop
  • Bowling Green Metro Station
  • Whitehall Street Metro Station

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  • Go for the museum, but stay to explore the Customs House. Absolutely gorgeous building. Note: This is an active federal building, so you will be required to go through full security to enter. Don't let it scare you. Pro Tip: If the line at the main entrance is long, the "group entrance" to the right down the stairs outside is often faster. Pro Tip 2: If you are a local, this is the best building to get your Trusted Traveler interview done. Make sure you explore the museum after your appointment.

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  • Free museum near Battery Park, the amazing architecture of which is worth dropping by here for on its own. PLUS a permanent exhibit that is also very interesting. Only downside is that on the whole the museum feels a little small when compared to the building it resides in. Wish they'd make better use of all that space!!

  • A great place for learning about native Indian cultures. Located in a beautiful historic building in easy walking distance of Battery Park and the Financial district. Many other historic sights nearby. Check out festive Stone Street for food and row with indoor and outdoor seating and cobblestone street shut off to traffic.

  • This Museum was great. filled with Pictures and other Native American items. I highly suggest you check this out if you want to check the statue of Liberty. It's right outside of Bowling Green station. There is also bag checking so get your bags ready for being checked by security guards.

  • A pretty small museum. Only 2 rooms were opened, dont get fooled by its outside. Did not tell how the Europeans barbarians slaughtered those poor Native Americans. No truth here. Give 1 star for the free admission.

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