The sculpture itself is worth mentioning. It's a beautiful design building and sculptures. Theres different museum each time that is display here . PG 13 Sculpture at the front.
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Free to enter but it is a federal building so airport type security. The rotunda is beautiful and check out the green marble pillars. The gift shop is mainly Native American themed and quite nice.
Just to see this building is worth the trip. The exhibits are excellent, informative and well done. You can learn about not only Native Americans but first people in central and South America as well. Walking around Battery Park where the building is located is...More
I attended a conference held in this building. This building is the home for National Museum of American Indian, part of the Smithsonian Institution. Both its outside and inside are gorgeous. (A couple of 360 photos of inside)
The architecture of this historical building is very beautiful and reminded of those that you see in the squares in historical European cities. It is currently being preserved and houses the National Museum of the American Indian.
The interior of the custom house is beautiful - with preserved architecture and incredible painted ceiling. The displays of Native American objects are well laid out by geographic region. There are some immaculate examples of ceremonial clothing. The descriptions of the objects were enough to...More
Come here for the terrific Native American Museum and also enjoy this impressive historic building from another era. At the foot of Manhattan next to a pretty park.
While in NYC for Christmas, we decided to take in a tour of the U.S. Customs House. It was a one-hour long tour on the architecture of the building. The symbolism and craftsmanship in the interior design was truly amazing. It is well worth your...More
The United States Custom House, also known as the Alexander Hamilton Custom House, is a little known treasure near Battery Park in Manhattan. This building has been (mostly) restored to glorious condition, and should not be overlooked! Anyone who appreciates architecture and American history will...More