Don’t miss this little gem of a museum on the Upper East Side.
The “Eric Godal: A Cartoonist’s Fight for Human Rights” exhibition at the Society of Illustrator’s Museum.
Visiting a Museum: The Unique, Unusual, Obscure and Historical
Society of Illustrators Museum
128 East 63rd Street
New York, NY 10065
Open: Sunday-Tuesday Closed/Wednesday-Saturday 11:00am-5:00pm
Admission: Adults $15.00/Seniors and Students $10.00/Members and Children under 10 free/US Veterans with Disability Free
My review on TripAdvisor:
The entrance to the Society of Illustrators
It is always nice when you discover a new museum. In all my years of walking around the Upper East Side, I had never noticed the Society of Illustrators, nor had I heard of it, but I am glad I have now. The museum is home in a stylish brownstone on a residential block away from the traditional “Museum Row” on Fifth Avenue.
The exhibits were on the main and lower floors of the main building with the special exhibitions on the third and fourth floors. The museum also had a very nice restaurant with an open terrace when it got warmer on…
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