Before going to New York, I read a lot of travels. I happened to see that I didn't mention the Morgan Library. Instead, I saw the recommendation on the Internet. I took advantage of the free opening of the library on Tuesday before it closed. I came to visit it. Its ticket was very interesting. It was a small piece of iron clipped to the collar. There were Morgan's library and museum, which could be visited for half a day.
Morgan used part of his vast wealth to achieve this spectacular collection of art, which is now housed in libraries and museums with his name. In addition to the permanent collection, when we were there, we liked to borrow works from the Swedish National Museum, especially (among other things) six Rembrandt drawings. Don't miss it: J.P. Morgan's private library almost retains the style of his mansion at the time, and the paintings of the fifteenth century or the Renaissance. If you want to find a tour guide, there's plenty here. There are also excellent gift shops, separate shops that offer plenty of art books, an attractive Cafe (we don't eat there). Overall impression: Great Collection - not the Metropolis or the Louvre, but it's worth your time.
The Museum has a beautiful appearance on 36th Street, complementing the old European architecture around it. Manuscripts, precious books and ancient seals are the main collections. East House is the most magnificent, the dome of the front hall is classical murals, and the roof of the East House is luxurious, the library has three floors, each floor has corridors, rich collection. Twenty tickets are worth going!
This is a very delicate museum. The exhibits are well-organized and the explanations are perfect. There are many impressive exhibitions of literature, music and manuscripts. This Museum has a very authoritative position in studying JP Morgan's deeds, so here you can enjoy his beautiful works and understand his daily life.
The Morgan Library and Museum is a private residential study. The shocking department is shocked. Alas, the rich are really rich. Suddenly, I feel so poor that I can't help it. Besides the owner's own collection and library, there are also some literature and art exhibitions.
This magnificent museum, at the intersection of 36th Street and Madison Avenue, is J.P. Morgan's former mansion. It must be noted that Mr. Morgan's rich learning and library display rare samples, including books and Lepper. The Museum in general has an excellent literary exhibition based on its collection, such as Alice in Wonderland. The current exhibition is dedicated to Bronte sisters and distinctive portraits and manuscripts borrowed from Haworth's pastoral residence. Next came Emily Dickinson, starting in January. The coffee shop is attractive and offers specialty food. If you like the Flick Gallery, this museum is for you!!!
In the afternoon, take the children to visit the Morgan Museum. Many American businessmen have left behind a lot of public wealth for future generations - universities, libraries, museums... I hope, I believe, more Chinese entrepreneurs will join this ranks in the future....