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Museum of Chinese In America

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70 Mulberry St Ste 2 (at Between Mulberry Street and Mott Street)
New York, NY 10013
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(212) 619-4785
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initial reaction is that it's a small space, but i still somehow managed to spend two hours plus examining every detail. it's a new discovery in every nook and the artifacts are ...

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new location, but not too big of a museum 12/29/2009

I've been waiting for them to finish moving into their new location to visit. The space is beautiful, but I wish the museum were even bigger. There was a lot of great information and my husband and I both learned many things. They also have a cute little gift shop and sometimes have workshops. Pros: great information Cons: not as big as I'd wish more

Relevant to everyone, not just Chinese Americans 6/23/2005

initial reaction is that it's a small space, but i still somehow managed to spend two hours plus examining every detail. it's a new discovery in every nook and the artifacts are well selected. Pros: interesting exhibits, friendly staff Cons: small space more

Tiny and educational 2/2/2003

Popped in here for a looksee on Chinese New Year. It's a little place with two galleries. They were just letting us in, so I guess it was free that day. I would've paid a dollar though. Some interesting artifacts including a letter from a wife to her husband whom she hasn't seen in years. And a great little board where people can leave messages about what the word ""home"" means to them. Pros: Value, location, infotainment! more
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Editorial

  • Where Is Home?
    This question greets visitors entering the colorful, intimate main gallery. It also neatly reflects the museum's mission of reclaiming, preserving and interpreting the...

  • 8/14/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Thu 11am-9pm Fri, Mon 11pm-5pm Sat-Sun 10am-5pm
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Chinatown

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