The Brooklyn Museum is the place to be if you’re looking for diversity. The permanent collection showcases art from all over the world and visiting collections highlight a variety of cultures and time periods. Drop by on the first Saturday evening of each month (except September) for a free, fun night of interactive art, entertainment, and activities.
- Exhibits: Don’t miss one of the largest and finest Egyptian art collections in the U.S. The galleries also feature African, Oceanic, and Asian art, as well as art from the Americas. The museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art is the country’s first public space to purely celebrate feminist art. See what’s on display today!
- First Saturdays Activities: On the first Saturday of each month, the museum keeps its doors open ’til late for a night of entertainment—and it’s all free! Past events include pop-up art galleries, film screenings with directors, book readings with authors, live musical performances, and more. Check out what’s happening next on First Saturdays!