Cultural Services Of The French Embassy

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  • Address: 972 5th Ave, New York, NY 10075, USA, New York City, United States
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  • Phone: +1-2124391400
  • Tags: Heritage Building

This is not exactly a tourist attraction in New York. The elegant, hundred-years old building is a home to French Embassy today. It's beautiful marble lobby and fountains make this building prettier. The Embassy is open to the public on the annual events and some programs. Call them before planning anything or visit their website. 

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  • Cultural Services Of The French Embassy Address: 972 5th Ave, New York, NY 10075, USA, New York City, United States
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  • 0.06% of people who visit New York City include Cultural Services Of The French Embassy in their plan

  • 66.67% of people start their Cultural Services Of The French Embassy visit around 1 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cultural Services Of The French Embassy

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Cultural Services Of The French Embassy Reviews & Ratings

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  • This place is absolutely magical. It’s free to visit and located on the other side of the Metropolitan Museum. I suggest visiting this two places on the same day. If you need to relax go to the book store there. It has wonderful atmosphere. Live video is available on my Facebook page 🔥

  • Stanford White designed this $48 MIL 1907 masterpiece mansion, now The Cultural Services of the French Embassy, headquartered in the former Payne Whitney residence on Fifth Ave. See map project for all of Stanford White's works. If you can help, I'd appreciate any comments or additions. I envision this as a collaboration. Info is gleaned from many sources, but STANNY, The Gilded Life of Stanford White (1989), by Paul R. Baker is the main source and THE definitive book on Stanny's life and works. Leland Roth's 1978 MM&W Building list is also a prime source.

  • I use to work at the french embassy for many years from, 1994 to 2005 great place to work the staff was very friendly great atmosphere

  • Beautiful, classic, and historic NYC building housing the French cultural consulate. Great bookstore and frequent events.

  • Stanford White designed this $48 MIL 1907 masterpiece mansion, now The Cultural Services of the French Embassy, headquartered in the former Payne Whitney residence on Fifth Ave. See map project for all of Stanford White's works. If you can help, I'd appreciate any comments or additions. I envision this as a collaboration. Info is gleaned from many sources, but STANNY, The Gilded Life of Stanford White (1989), by Paul R. Baker is the main source and THE definitive book on Stanny's life and works. Leland Roth's 1978 MM&W Building list is also a prime source.

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