Noguchi Museum

Interesting
Isamu Noguchi, American sculptor of Japanese extraction (1904-1988) is famous for his gardens, parks, playgrounds, objects (particularly his famous Akari lamps made out of paper and bamboo) and for his theater sets. The Noguchi Museum, founded in 1985, showcases work by the artist, dotted around a delightful Japanese garden. Temporary photography and design exhibitions.

Useful information

Address:

9-01 33rd Road, 11106 Long Island City

Phone:

+1 718-204-7088

Price:

10 $ (-11 years old free of charge)

Opening hours

daily except Mon and Tue 10am-5pm (until 8pm 1st Fri of the month May-Sep), weekends 11am-6pm - closed Mon, Tue, 1 Jan, Thanksgiving and 25 Dec

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