Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art
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Cornell University’s Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art in Ithaca, NY, houses more than 35,000 works of art in a historic I. M. Pei building.
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Staying for a while? Cornell Campus is 40 mins away and easy to visit in the summer when students are away. This museum is beautiful architecture filled with gems and on the 5th floor is an incredible view up Cayuga Lake. Across the street is a pedestrian only suspension bridge taking you over the…
FREE!!! At Cornell University. Best views of Ithaca on the Asian Gallery floor. Be careful of where you park on campus to not get ticketed. Appropriate for school age kids and older.
This building alone is worth seeing - designed by architect I.M. Pei, who passed away in 2019. There are beautiful rotating collections, but our favorite part is taking guests to the 5th floor, where windows along the entire floor offer unparalleled views of Ithaca.
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