Noguchi Museum


Young kids are perfect for the Noguchi Museum in Long Island City. This museum aims to get the stroller set excited about sculpture.

Created by Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), The Noguchi Museum opened in 1985 and is filled with stone, metal, wood, and clay sculptures. The building is the height of city cool'??the 13 galleries are housed in a converted factory building. Open outdoor space is carved into the museum and offers a spot for reflection and an ideal setting for Noguchi'??s major granite and basalt sculptures. Forget about fussy, musty museums'??the fluid sculptures are a natural draw for kids'??they gravitate to the abstract shapes and the wide open spaces of the building.

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Noguchi Museum
32-37 Vernon Boulevard
Long Island City, NY 11106
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