Sunday January 11, 2015 - The New York Transit Museum
..... Event planned by Laura Rosen
|Like Stepping into a NYC Time Machine|
If you're a native New Yorker this could be like stepping into a time machine. For everyone else it will be like being on a movie set. This is a NYC Hidden Gem. The entrance to the museum (see photo) looks like any normal subway entrance.
|The Way In Looks Just Like a Subway Entrance|
The Transit Museum is housed in a historic 1936 IND subway station in Downtown Brooklyn. You can find the entrance at the corner of Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street. The subway entrance stairs lead down to the mezzanine and platform.
|The Subway that Time Forgot|
Where: At the corner of Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street. We will meet at the token booth near the bottom of the stairs
When: At at 11 AM. Running late? Don't worry - come anyway, we'll be there.
Admission: Adults $7 / Children 2 – 17 years of age $5 / Senior Citizens (62+): $5
Lunch: At 12:30 at Tio Pio at the corner of Court and State Streets
Afternoon: 1:45 - Back to the Museum for more sketching
Show and Tell: 3:30 at the Brazen Head 228 Atlantic Avenue between Court and Boerum Place
Note: The museum prefers we work in pencil. Ink and liquids are not permitted in the exhibition areas.
Directions (see map):
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2,3,4, to Borough Hall Station
R to Court Street Station
A, C, G to Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street Station
A, C, F, R to Jay Street/MetroTech Station
From Manhattan: take the Brooklyn Bridge, proceed straight on to Adams
Street. Adams will become Boerum Place. Go two blocks to Schermerhorn Street. For
more detailed directions and for directions from other boroughs, Long Island or
New Jersey please call 1-718-694-1873
Can't find us?
Call or Text Mark - 973-809-9128
There are no fees or attendance taken. All drawing skill levels are welcome
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