Brighten a Gray Day with Andy Warhol
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Splash some color into a gray fall day with a visit to the Whitney Museum of American Art. Andy Warhol's iconic images will decorate the walls and halls of the must-see museum starting November 12th. In the three years since it opened, the Whitney’s new home between Greenwich Village and Chelsea has cemented itself as a new New York icon. Even the glassed-in lobby and gourmet cafe are worth a visit! But if Warhol isn't your style, the museum is filled year-round with treasures by other masters, and each floor boasts an outdoor balcony to give you four unique perspectives overlooking the city. Watch tourists stroll along the elevated railroad tracks that anchor the High Line, and on another level, peer across the neighborhood's colorful and storied rooftops. Repeat visitors agree that the museum’s architecture and open spaces are worth a visit during any time of the year. Fridays are pay-what-you-wish from 7 to 10 p.m.