The temporary exhibition on American representations of World War One (summer/fall 2017) is a must see, and could be combined with the exhibition on the same subject at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The museum otherwise has many exhibits of artifacts of life in New York City. The Tiffany Lamp collection is astonishing and alone is worth the (rather steep) price of admission. Efforts to cater to children are made--another temporary exhibit is on Eloise, the fictional character.
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