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Skyscraper Museum

4.3/5
18 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Closed Open from 0:00am-0:00am
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2 hours
Address: 39 Battery Pl, (at Nassau St.), New York City, NY 10280-1501
Phone: +1 212-968-1961

What people are saying:

The Skyscraper Museum shows us the high-rise buildings in the United States and around the world. The famous buildings from all over the world gather here, basically all the landmarks of different cities. Those who are interested can come and visit

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  • jon4913
    jon4913
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    Nice little museum

    We saw an interesting exhibit on development of high-density housing and how approaches changed. The one drawback is that it didn't really discuss the pros and cons of different plans from the standp...

    Reviewed on /Date(1582283477000+0800)/
  • bklyntraveler2017
    bklyntraveler2017
    Brooklyn, New York
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    Small museum, lots of photographs and descriptions

    I thought the museum would be about skyscrapers, with more exciting exhibits, but it was more about population density in buildings. Each photo had a lot of explanations but overall, just so-so.

    Reviewed on /Date(1576759281000+0800)/
  • P F B
    P F B
    Metuchen, New Jersey
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    Interesting

    Much of the museum has to do with how NYC transformed from tenement buildings to the skyline it is today. The museum is primarily photos of skyscrapers and where they are located. I expected a lot mor...

    Reviewed on /Date(1568257505000+0800)/
  • Amy H
    Amy H
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    Great museum

    No crowds. A great museum if you like to learn about the history of buildings both in and out of New York. There is a great video about the challenges faced when building the original WTC

    Reviewed on /Date(1564628162000+0800)/
  • Toya W
    Toya W
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    Interesting Museum!!!

    This is my second time visiting and I must say wasn’t disappointed! I enjoyed the new exhibit the front desk lady was polite and helpful! I’m glad they have some type of seating now if there isn’t a c...

    Reviewed on /Date(1559778787000+0800)/

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