Experience Public Art and Architecture in Downtown Manhattan

CultureNOW’s Museum Without Walls places information about hundreds of pieces of public art and architecture in the palm of your hand and comes complete with location maps, self-guided tours, and podcasts. With insights from artists, architects, historians and people who have shaped the city, experience our city's cultural history as you walk the streets of Downtown Manhattan.

From the Battery to SoHo, from Chinatown to the World Trade Center, from TriBeCa to Wall Street
1000 sites - Including the Statue of Liberty, Castle Clinton, Battery Park, Museum of the American Indian, the Tenement Museum and Frank Gehry's Beekman Tower.
70 podcasts - Hear artists talk about their murals and sculptures, historians describe the immigrant experience, architects discuss their latest buildings, and city planners explain the future of parks and the cityscape.
2000 pictures - Admire artwork by Louise Nevelson, Alexander Calder, Isamu Noguchi, Mark Di Suvero, and Jean Dubuffet.
6 walking tours - Follow the footsteps of the Wall Street Crash of 1929, Jewish Arrival in Lower Manhattan, Revolutionary War Sites in New York, or learn about the skyline while biking along the esplanade.

If you've ever felt like New York is only fun with money, this app is for you. It's your guide to some of the city's richest institutions--and they're always available and always free. CultureNOW is a nonprofit organization dedicated to mapping and promoting the "Museum without Walls"--the many cultural institutions and works of public art and architecture that make the New York landscape what it is.

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