During my latest trip to New York City, I got to visit the world-famous Guggenheim Museum located in Manhattan. I didn’t think there would be much of a crowd on a Tuesday afternoon, but I was so wrong. People were milling about out front, taking pictures and checking out the sidewalk vendors.
I had to get some shots of the building from the outside, just for the simple fact that it’s one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpieces.
Once inside, they only let you take pictures while standing in the ground-floor lobby. I was disappointed, but understood the museum’s first priority is preserving the art.
I loved the interior design and the gently upward sloping spiral walkway.
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