One free admission with one full adult admission purchase. 10% discount in the museum shop. Our mission is to educate people of all ages about the state of New Jersey’s contribution to human flight over the past two centuries. We offer interactive exhibits for children of all ages as well as a large collection including actual aircraft, engines, models and other rare artifacts.
2-for-1 gallery admission; 15% off publications plus a complimentary BGC tote bag; $5 off public program tickets (limit 2 per program); $5 off Family Day admission. Present valid THIRTEEN, WLIW or NJTV Membercard.
The BGC explores how objects and design—from ordinary things of daily life to exquisite works of decorative and fine art— have reflected human creativity, tastes, and values in cultures throughout the world. Changing exhibitions and related programming are presented year-round in our townhouse galleries just off Central Park West.
2 for 1 admission.
See artifacts of the Greatest Showman on Earth, P.T. Barnum: tiny General Tom Thumb and his magnificent miniature equipage, the astonishingly horrific Fejee Mermaid, the 2,500 year-old Egyptian mummy, and a magnificent miniature circus!
2 for 1 general admission. Not valid for ticketed events and exhibitions.
The Brooklyn Museum is one of the largest and most comprehensive art museums in the country. The Museum’s collection includes more than a million objects — from ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary painting and sculpture — representing almost every culture and corner of the world.
$2.00 off admission.
Presenting changing exhibits of arts and science for all ages.
2 for 1 admission.
Visit over 80 interactive stations in two exhibitions for children ages 6-12. Packing belongings, shopping for groceries, designing a neighborhood are only a few of the activities in “From Home to
Home: Jewish Immigration to America.” In “From Tent to Temple: Life in the Ancient Near East,” hunt for food, grind wheat, weave cloth and more! Activities are offered in the art room at any time during the visit.
$1.00 off admission (cardholder and family). 10% discount off merchandise purchased in the CMOM Museum Store.
Discover five floors bursting with unique exhibits and daily interactive programs for family fun together! Hours: Tuesdays through Sundays, 10 am — 5 pm.
One complimentary admission (value up to $6.00) with the purchase of a second admission of equal or greater value. Limit one per Contributor Card per visit.
The museum presents exhibits celebrating the rich cultural heritage and natural resources of the River Valley. Open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am — 5 pm.
15% off tickets to current featured exhibitions. Members use code PBSDTS when ordering tickets. Discovery Times Square (DTS) is New York City’s first large-scale exhibition center presenting visitors with limited-run, educational and immersive exhibit experiences while exploring the world’s defining cultures, art, history and events. More than a museum, DTS has featured exhibitions of unparalleled breadth, including Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, Leonardo Da Vinci’s Workshop, King Tut, Pompeii: The Exhibit, Dead Sea Scrolls: The Exhibition, Terracotta Warriors: Defenders of China’s First Emperor and now features Body Worlds: Pulse, The Art of the Brick, and Shipwreck: Pirates & Treasure. DTS is located at 226 West 44th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenues).
2 for 1 admission for members and one guest with Member Card. 10% discount for members at the Museum Shop. Eligible for an individual museum membership at a $10 discount and receive invitations and member discount to all museum events.
Heralded by the New York Times as “an institution in its ascendancy,” El Museo del Barrio was founded in 1969 by a group of Puerto Rican educators, artists, parents and community activists in East
Harlem’s Spanish-speaking El Barrio. Since then, El Museo del Barrio has evolved into New York’s leading Latino cultural institution, having expanded its mission to represent the diversity of art and culture in all of the Caribbean and Latin America. As the only museum in New York City that specializes in representing these cultures, El Museo del Barrio continues to have a significant impact on the cultural life of New York City and is now a major stop on Manhattan’s Museum Mile on Fifth Avenue. El Museo del Barrio thrives on the sustained excellence of its collections, exhibitions and public programming.
2 for 1 admission with Contributor Card for parties of 4 or less (cards will not be honored for groups). 10% discount on gift shop purchases totaling $25.00 or more.
Re-live the time of the trolleys as you visit a restored late-19th-century mill, interactive displays and exhibits with ride on a guided 1926 Brill trolley up to Roaring Brook.
One free child’s admission with one paid adult.
The museum features educational programs and exhibits relating to local geology, archaeology and outdoor environmental themes.
One free admission with one paid adult admission. 10% discount in the museum gift shop. Free audio tour for WLIW donor and one guest.
The Hicksville Gregory Museum is Long Island’s Earth Science Center. Within the walls of the Heitz Place Courthouse built in 1895 are many displays of fossils, minerals, butterflies and seashells.
The old courthouse jail houses historical displays and one of the few remaining Pauly Company jail cells in Nassau County. The museum also has educational programs which range from kindergarten
through high school and Girl and Boy Scout merit badge programs. An educational program guide is available from the museum. Hours are Tuesday — Friday, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm; weekends 1-5 pm. Closed Mondays and major holidays.
Contributors save $5 on the All Access Pass! Present your WLIW Benefits Card and mention code “33″. Cannot be combined with any other offer or advanced ticket purchases. Located in the heart of Times Square, Madame Tussauds is an 85,000 square foot interactive museum with over 200 wax figures of your favorite celebrities! From Marilyn to Madonna to Gaga, there is a star for every generation. Who do YOU want to meet?
Free museum admission with Membership Card.
The Montclair Art Museum focuses its collection and exhibitions on American and Native American art and the relationships between them. Works range from the 18th century to the present. Native American objects include distinguished examples of baskets, textiles and jewelry. The museum offers art classes for children and adults, as well as diverse educational and public programs.
2 for 1 admission, $3.00 off general public ticket price to the Bickford Theatre, 10% off gift shop purchases over $10.00.
Explore and celebrate the arts, sciences, and humanities through exhibitions, educational programs, performing arts and special events. Open Tuesday — Sunday.
Half price admission for member and one guest.
The Museum for African Art is the only independent museum in the United States dedicated to African art and culture. The museum celebrates the majesty and wonder of the rich, varied and diverse cultures of the African continent through a wide variety of exhibitions and public programming.
$5 off admissions (General Admission: $16. Seniors: $14. Students: $12. Members: FREE. 18 and under: Free. This does not include groups. Group Rate (8 or more): $12. All groups must make reservations, including during Pay-What-You-Wish hours. Thursdays from 6:00PM to 9:00PM: Pay-What-You-Wish. KLM Fridays from 6:00PM to 9:00PM: Pay-What-You-Wish. The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) explores the value of making across all fields of contemporary creative practice. The museum focuses on the ways in which artists and designers transform the world around us, through processes ranging from the hand-made to the digital.
$2.00 off admission. 15% off Pickman Museum Shop.
The Museum presents 20th and 21st century Jewish history utilizing personal objects and individual stories. Award-winning special exhibitions, dynamic programs, and Andy Goldsworthy’s Garden of Stones complete your visit.
25% off adult admission to the museum. 10% off museum shop purchase.
The only museum in the U.S. devoted to the art, history and technology of motion pictures, television, and digital media.
2 for 1 general admission with Contributor Card. 10% discount in Museum Gift Shop. Not valid for gate admission to special events.
Historic Frick Mansion houses fine arts museum on 145 acre site, features four world-class exhibits annually and includes the T. Ridder Miniatures Museum, formal gardens and one of the Northeast’s largest outdoor sculpture parks.
One free admission per visit for a WLIW Member with a valid WLIW21 benefits card; 10% gift shop discount on purchases over $5. Timeline, oral history theater and resource center, help visitors understand the events that took place at home and abroad during this tumultuous time in history.
10% discount on annual membership.
The society produces exhibits on topics of local interest in conjunction with the permanent exhibit — an overview of the community’s development from habitation by the Matinecock Indians to the present. Exhibits showcase its rich maritime, architectural, and cultural heritage, offering an historical perspective and appreciation of Northport’s legacy. School groups and organizations may tour the museum by appointment.
2 for 1 admission.
A two-plus acre museum complex with research archives, period gardens, and “The Entertainment of Strangers,” exploring early New England tavern life.
Featuring exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, the Panorama of the City of New York and a full schedule of performances, lectures, films and family programs.
$2.00 off admission.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece of modern architecture is home to the world-renowned Guggenheim collection of modern and contemporary art, plus important special exhibitions.
Two for one general admission to the South Street Seaport Museum (not valid for ticketed events). 10% discount at Bowne & Co. Stationers. $10 off a South Street Seaport Museum Family Membership.
South Street Seaport Museum was founded in 1967 to interpret the history of New York as a world port, highlighting the South Street area and the tremendous contribution of maritime enterprise to the
economic, social and cultural heritage of the city, the state and the nation. It is a part of the South Street Historic District, the third largest attraction in New York City, and visited by 12 million people annually.
$1.00 off adult admission.
Whaling captain’s historic home with changing exhibitions, plus other area historic sites.
$1.00 off admission with Contributor Card for member and one guest.
An interactive museum situated in the Snug Harbor Cultural Center.
2 for 1 admission with Contributor Card. 10% discount in museum store.
General interest museum founded in 1881. Just two blocks from the Staten Island Ferry terminal.
One free child’s admission with one paid adult admission.
80-acre nature preserve, natural science exhibits, and educational programs involving the delicate balance of living things.
One free admission with purchase of admission of equal or greater value.
The Asia Society is America’s leading institution dedicated to fostering understanding of Asia and communication between Americans and the peoples of Asia and the Pacific, thereby preparing Asians and Americans for a shared future.
2 for 1 admission to the museum.
Recognized by The New York Times as “one of the primary small museums in the country.” The permanent collection features fine arts from the 16th to 21st century, with an ever-changing schedule of exciting traveling exhibitions.
$1.00 off regular adult admission.
The Long Island Museum features art, carriage and history museums on nine park-like acres in the historic village of Stony Brook, New York.
Suggested admission of $5.00. Children under 5 are free; 10% discount at the gift shop; $5 off a family membership of $80; members will receive a 20% discount on one’s first visit to the gift shop. The NYC Police Museum has preserved the rich history of the NYPD. The museum honors all men and women who have served in the most prestigious police department in the world, and the special place they occupy in NYC history.
2 for 1 admission. 10% discount in Paley Center gift shop. Excludes seminars and special events.
The Paley Center for Media has an international collection of more than 140,000 programs covering almost 100 years of television and radio history.
2 for 1 admission.
Focusing on the rich history of art and artists of Long Island’s East End, The Parrish Art Museum features temporary exhibitions by renowned and emerging artists. The museum’s permanent collection includes 19th, 20th, and 21st century American art, with major holdings of William Merritt Chase and Fairfield Porter. In addition, visitors can enjoy a range of dynamic programs including films, lectures, tours, classes and a range of family programs.
Complimentary admission to galleries for WLIW Benefit Card holders (not valid for special event or course admission) during Museum hours: Wednesday thru Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Changing fine art, folk art, and historical exhibitions acquaint visitors with the beauty of traditional and contemporary Ukrainian culture, and events from Ukraine’s history, in this East Village institution. Experience unique cultural traditions such as embroidery, weaving, beading, pysanky (decorated egg-making), and holiday baking hands-on in our workshops and courses. Attend our dynamic programs: film presentations (from Ukraine w/English subtitles), concerts, lectures, and book launches. Gift shop on premises.
2 for 1 admission.
The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum offers tours of three 18th-century houses that explore history from George Washington’s visit in 1781 to the Colonial Revival. Open year-round: May through October, 10 am – 4 pm (closed Tuesday); November through April, Saturday and Sunday, 10 am — 4 pm.