Now through Labor Day enjoy an exciting array of family programs and admission discounts for museum-goers of all ages!
Two celebrated historians reveal how Lincoln’s relationship with American Jews impacted his presidency and policy decisions.
Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer A. Scott Berg discusses Woodrow Wilson, the compelling and enigmatic icon.
Two renowned historians explore the trials and triumphs of Grant as president.
Stephen Sestanovich explores America's primacy in the world and unearths the backroom stories and personalities that bring American foreign policy to life.
Louise Kerz Hirschfeld, Robert Osborne, Harold Prince, and Frank Rich explore the caricaturist’s life and legacy through his art, career, and personal relations.
In 1942, more than 120,000 Japanese Americans were interned for the remainder of WWII. Historian Richard Reeves provides insight into this painful chapter in American history.
Experts reenact and discuss the legal proceedings that followed when interned Japanese Americans resisted the draft in WWII America.
Prizewinning author Joseph J. Ellis explains how Washington, Hamilton, Jay, and Madison helped orchestrate the complex political process that ultimately resulted in the Constitutional Convention and the Bill of Rights.
Andrew Roberts, who knew Lady Thatcher well, explores the secrets and leadership style of the first female prime minister of Great Britain.
Floor plan & visitor information
New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street)
New York, NY 10024
Phone (212) 873-3400
TTY (212) 873-7489
Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday - 10am-6pm
Friday - 10am-8pm
Sunday - 11am-5pm
Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday-Friday - 9am–3pm
Saturday-Monday - CLOSED