The best thing about New York is that there is always something new to discover, and although we are living in an irregular situation with everything related to COVID19, the reality is that nothing lasts forever.

So, by the time governments remove the quarantine so by the time the governments remove the quarantine, we will be able to enjoy those little pleasures that we have always enjoyed

 If you are the kind of person who likes to think outside the box and enjoy learning new things about history and art, you can’t miss the opportunity to visit these museums that will make you see art from another perspective.

New York over the years has remained as one of the favorite places for creative and curious minds. From interactive museums to the traditional ones, here I’ll be counting down some of the best museums to visit in New York City this 2020. 

Finally, I must emphasize that these places are perfect to capture unique photos for your Instagram feed.

Museum of Ice Cream New York

Via Museum of Ice Cream

Located at 558 Broadway, this New York museum offers multisensory facilities while you learn all about ice cream and enjoy some samples. It has about 10 thematic rooms, ideal for photo-ops, although one of its biggest attractions is the sprinkle pool. 

In addition, it is important to highlight that it’s a museum suitable for all ages, which means it does get packed with kids, especially on the weekends. So, if you are looking to get photos for your Instagram, we suggest visiting this museum during weekdays, that way you will have more opportunities to take good photos without a crowd.

Finally, this museum is open from Wednesday to Monday and tickets cost $ 39 bucks. However, children under 2 years old can visit the place for free.


KGB Espionage Museum

Located at 245 W 14th St, this museum presents the world’s biggest collection of items from activities of KGB agents and spies. Focused on a moment in history where the intelligence agency of the Soviet Union emerges, this place can be a fun option for people who love everything related to espionage and history.

What we love about this museum is that they make the tour a dynamic experience, so people can expect to interact with spies, and see some pretty cool artifacts such as lipsticks that shoot bullets, umbrellas that shoot poison, secret listening devices and uniforms, all in order to tell the story around the Soviet Union’s intelligence agency. 

Finally, the tickets cost $40 bucks, and at the end of the tour, you can dress up like a KGB agent, and have your photo taken for free.

Color Factory New York

But if you want to live a completely different experience when it comes to art, you must visit Color Factory. This New York Art Pop-Up exhibition is located in West SoHo and offers its visitors a magical and colorful experience presented in 16 different rooms that test all your senses.

In order to get the tickets, you need to purchase them in advance through their website. General admission costs $38, while 3 to 12-year-old children pay $28. The entire tour takes about an hour and its one way only. However, Color Factory offers its visitors a free Color Map where you will find a guide of nearby neighborhoods you can visit when you finish the tour.

These neighborhoods are best known for bringing that colorful and New York vibe that people love when they come to this wild city.

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