Long Island City, New York
Lake George, New York
Lake Placid, New York
Buffalo, New York
Art, General, Specialized
Since 1968, The Langston Hughes Institute Center for Cultural History and Arts Education has been a catalyst for the development, preservation and promotion of African American heritage in the City of Buffalo. It is both a gallery featuring Buffalo and regional African American artists, and a central gathering place for cultural and community events.
North Blenheim, New York
Mamaroneck, New York
Amityville, New York
Brooklyn, New York
Children's, History, Historic House
Discover the charm and simplicity of yesteryear at Lefferts Historic House. An 18th century Dutch colonial farmhouse, Lefferts offers people of all ages the chance to explore historic artifacts and exhibits that combine interactive tools, toys and games with rooms furnished in the style of the early 19th century. Also participate in seasonal farming and craft activities that bring Brooklyn's rural beginnings to life.
LeRoy, New York
New York, New York
Art, Culture, History
The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art presents five to six exhibitions annually in the main gallery. These exhibitions include works by historic, contemporary and emerging LGBTQ artists. There is also a Window Gallery that brings the work of LGBTQ artists to a public domain to tackle issues of sex, gender, identity, pop culture and more.
Lyons Falls, New York
Little Falls, New York
Geneseo, New York
General, Historical Society
The Livingston County Historical Society is very proud of the fine museum
which it operates at 30 Center Street in the village of Geneseo, New York. The
museum is housed in the attractive cobblestone building which served as a
district school for nearly a century. This 1838 structure, as delightful in
atmosphere as it is handsome in design, lends itself ideally for use as a
Museum of Local History.
Poughkeepsie, New York
Botanical Garden, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Park
The historic site's stately trees, rolling hills, and picturesque views from the house and gardens situated on the highest bluff above the river all combine to create the natural landscape garden that Morse found so appealing.
Morse was strongly influenced by romantic 19th century landscape garden design.
Garden City, New York
Stony Brook, New York