Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, for the first time or the fortieth, New York City never fails to excite visitors with its heart-pounding mix of museums, theaters, restaurants, shopping and must-see attractions. Dubbed “The City That Never Sleeps,” it’s a world stage of finance, politics, art and media – entertaining and engaging all in a melting pot of culture, creativity and tenacity.
Devoted To Design
Given Cassa Time Square's minimalist design sensibility, it probably won't come as a surprise that we're tickled pink over the reopening of the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, which happens to be the country's only museum devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. The recent renovation of this New York City landmark added more gallery space and new interactive technologies that transform the visitor experience. Tucked in the exquisite Gilded Age mansion of Andrew Carnegie on 91st Street at Fifth Avenue, this amazingly modern museum will host ten inaugural installations including, naturally, Designing the New Cooper Hewitt, a look at the three-year renovation process. Exploring every inch of New York's "newest" museum could take days so be sure to stay nourished. The pastries and espresso at museum's Tarallucci e Vino Café will help with that.
Address: 2 East 91st Street