The Frederic Remington Art Museum, founded in 1923, houses eighteen bronze sculptures, hundreds of paintings, and illustrations by artist Frederic Remington (1861-1909). You will also find Remington’s sketchbooks, endless pages of notes, easel, paintbrushes, sculpting stand, and photographs—even the cigars that were in his pocket before he died. coupon

Tuesdays in March, April, May 2020 - Painting and Drawing Circle:  A chance for artists of all levels to come together to work and share ideas in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Just bring your materials and whatever art project you are working on. The group is free and open to the public. GET DETAILS

May 2, 2020 (7 pm) - Murder Mystery Night at the Remington GET DETAILS


The Museum’s exhibits, festivals, interactive Children’s Museum, and 45-acre Nature Park celebrate the cultural diversity, rich history, archaeology, and artistic expression of the Iroquois: Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora.  Get coupon

April 2 - November 30, 2020: Identity/Identify - This thought-provoking exhibit presents individual and collaborative artistic responses from across Iroquois country that speak to who is considered Haudenosaunee and what constitutes membership. Identity/Identify explores how these definitions and designations determine access to tribal and federal resources, rights, residency options, and other components of cultural and community participation. The exhibit features video, sculpture, beadwork, and photography. GET DETAILS

July 18, 2020: Echoes of Tradition: Artist Demonstration Anna Thompson demonstrates moccasin & beadwork. GET DETAILS

July 25, 2020: Echoes of Tradition: Artist Demonstration Jamie Jacobs demonstrates porcupine quillwork. GET DETAILS


The Long Island Museum is a place to rediscover the richness of America’s cultural heritage, admire masterpieces of American art, marvel at the beauty and workmanship of historic horse-drawn carriages, and gain an understanding of how life was lived in earlier eras. The Long Island Museum has the distinction of being the only Smithsonian Affiliate on Long Island, and one of just 152 affiliates nationwide.  Get coupon

Now through June 26, 2020: Off the Rack: Building and Preserving LIM’s Art Treasures:  The museum’s art collection, consisting of more than 500 paintings and 2,000 works on paper, is what makes it possible for it to offer a dynamic schedule of exhibitions each year. But much of this collection usually stays out of visitor’s sight, in carefully protected storage spaces. This exhibition allows us to push open the doors and empty our storage areas, to give visitors a rare chance to see some of the rare and outstanding highlights of LIM’s collection. Off the Rack will both highlight some of the outstanding new paintings that LIM has collected over the past 20 years – works from Jane Wilson, Jane Freilicher, David Burliuk, Robert Dash, and many more – and will examine the museum’s continuing efforts to care for its collection. GET DETAILS

May 1, 8, 16 & 22, 2020 (1:30-3 pm): Face to Face: Artmaking Series: Relief Block Printing - Artist Mary Jane van Zeijts leads this four-class series for artists of all skill levels. $115/members; $125/non- members. $40 materials fee. space is limited. Pre-registration and pre-payment required. Call or go online to register. GET DETAILS

Now through May 16, 2020 (10 am-5 pm) and May 17, 2020 (noon-5 pm): 2nd Annual En Plein Air & Sketch Event:   LIMarts members are invited to paint en plein air on the LIM grounds or sketch inside the Carriage Museum. Reception and art sale May 17, 4-5 p.m. open to the public, light refreshments served. Rain or shine. GET DETAILS


The Museum of the City of New York fosters understanding of the distinctive nature of urban life in the world’s most influential metropolis. It engages visitors by celebrating, documenting, and interpreting the city’s past, present, and future.  Get coupon

April 2, 2020 (6:30 pm): Digging Who we Are: The Archaeology of Everyday New YorkersArchaeologists discuss how their discoveries enliven and humanize census data and shed light on the diverse people who have made our city. GET DETAILS


Tour the 145-acre property of the former Frick Estate, one of finest examples of Long Island’s fabled Gold Coast era. Beautifully restored formal gardens, rare specimen trees, one of the largest Sculpture Parks in the Northeast and a three-story Georgian mansion housing ten galleries. Continuing exhibitions (through November 8, 2015) include: The Moderns (Chagall, Degas, Léger, Miró, Picasso and others) from the Saltzman Family Collect and Long Island Collects Modern Art; Posters of the Russian Revolution; and Frank Olt’s New York.   Get coupon

March 14 - July 5, 2020: Blue.  What color means more to us than blue? Even among the primaries, the color of the sky and sea commands a privileged place, by far the most popular hue in the spectrum according to surveys on every continent. Blue casts its spell, pushing beyond symbolism to a deeper emotional level, drawing us into its pure and distant mysteries. We are turning the entire museum over to the multi-media exploration of blue in many incarnations. It spans history and geography, from the precious lapis lazuli of antiquity to paintings, photographs, sculpture, ceramics, cyanotypes, and fashion. As Miró said, “This is the color of my dreams.”  GET DETAILS


On Location runs the following TV & Movie themed bus tours in New York City. Get savings coupon at

New on Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays (noon): Mrs. Maisel's Marvelous Tour of NYC
This 2.5 hour bus tour covers multiple areas of NYC, all with places where Midge and other characters visit in the show. Even if you're not a fan of the Amazon series, you'll get some behind the scenes knowledge of how the streets of Manhattan were disguised to look like the 1950s. The tour includes locations like Midge and Joel's favorite diner, the café where Abe meets his lawyer, and the iconic butcher shop from the pilot episode. GET DETAILS


Tanglewood Nature Center and Museum is a not-for-profit environmental education center with over 40 live animals to visit and 10 miles of trails to hike. We offer programs for children and adults, and educate 18,000 people a year! Admission to museum and trails is always free.   Get coupon

April 25, 2020 (noon - 2 pm): Wings 'n' ThingsA family festival! Join us for a spring celebration: meet egg-layers (birds, bugs, and more!) and do an egg craft; meet our bunny; learn how to make your backyard a better place for nature with nest-boxes, pollinator gardens, and more.  GET DETAILS


Walt Whitman Birthplace celebrates the poet’s vision of democracy, diversity, and creativity. Programs and exhibits educate the public on Whitman’s life and times, explore his contribution to our nation’s rich cultural heritage, and inspire young poets and writers. Get coupon

March 6, April 3 & May 1, 2020: Poetry in Performaance, Walking With Whitman: WWBA is proud to present its tenth season of its signature series Poetry in Performance: Walking With Whitman.
The series was founded by WWBA Writer-in-Residence George Wallace in 2010. Six times a year, Walking with Whitman (WWW) spotlights both distinguished poets in our local community and from around the world. The program allows attendees a chance to interact with the poets in an intimate setting. GET DETAILS