The Cooper & Hewitt Museum is located on the east end of 91st Street in New York City. It was originally an affiliated Museum of Cooper Union College. It was founded by the Hewitt sisters and is now taken over by the Smithsonian Institute of Design. The gallery space of the museum is its characteristic, and there are many precious works of art on display. In particular, the exhibition here uses multimedia components to import content introduction into IPad. Visitors can read the related introduction while enjoying the exhibits and deepen their understanding of the works. It feels very good.
Very advanced exhibition hall, there are many exhibits, you can use the iPad to have works of interpretation and description, very good experience