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Rubin Museum of Art

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This often-overlooked museum holds a gorgeous collection of masks, scrolls, and paintings from Nepal, Bhutan, India, and other Himalayan countries. Much of it centers around Tibetan Buddhism. Spend some time studying the Tibetan prayer beads and be sure to visit the prayer room. Lexy can spend an entire afternoon meditating over a single painting here. Well-known and respected Tibetan Buddhists like Ethan Nichtern teach meditation classes here, helping students to feel fully aware and content in the present moment. Check the website for the next class.
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May 28, 2017
Paintings, statues, textiles & more from Tibet, Bhutan & other Asian lands, plus rotating exhibits.
November 19, 2018
Very different from your usual museum this one will stun you. Also has a great lounge.
March 10, 2017
Paintings, statues, textiles & more from Tibet, Bhutan & other Asian lands, plus rotating exhibits
December 15, 2016
The museum is focused around Himalayan art, but they also have a fantastic cabaret cinema series where they show films and then have interesting cultural figures speak about them afterwards. You can bring your glass of wine or cocktail into the theater with you.
November 13, 2019
Explore Himalayan culture at Rubin Museum of Art, a small west side establishment devoted exclusively to the subject. Displaying a commendably-curated collection of Eastern art and artifacts, the museum dedicates itself to both educating and entertaining its patrons. In addition to its permanent…
November 4, 2019
An intimate museum with a wonderful collection, special exhibitions, films and programming. Also an excellent cafe and bar and music on Wednesdays and Fridays.
October 22, 2019
very unique spot, nominally a museum of Himalayan culture. However, they have grown into a wonderful programming body, focused on mindfulness, the brain, the transmission of culture, etc... Flatiron District
November 5, 2018
Eastern art and historical artifacts. Excellent gift shop and cafe. Events with live music sometimes

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“Sprawling complex that promotes Tibetan culture with a Buddhist shrine, exhibition space & library.”
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“The original store that sells literally everything under the sun! Added bonus: your host has 20% off coupons for you :D”
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150 W 17th St
Manhattan, NY 10011
Telefonnummer+1 212-620-5000
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