Municipal Arts Society Announces This Week’s Tours, Including In-Person, Virtual Tours


We hope you can join us for this week’s tours!

Please see the tours listed below, and click on the photos to learn more.
Virtual tours last 60 to 90 minutes and are not recorded to be viewed later.

In-person tours last 90 minutes to 2 hours and are held outdoors, therefore no masks are required. If you prefer to wear a mask, though, we want you to feel comfortable doing so.

Don’t delay, get your tickets today! Remember, MAS Members get advance notice of tours, and a discounted ticket price.

You can reach MAS tour director Ted Mineau at [email protected] with any questions or comments. Many thanks for your continued support of the MAS tours program.

New Public Art Commissions in Transit (virtual tour)

with Sylvia Laudien-Meo
Thursday, April 20 at 6:00 PM
Register here

Grand Central 1, 2, 3 (virtual tour)

with MAS Docent Judy Garza
Friday, April 21 at 11:00 AM
Register here

Crown Heights South, Part 2 (in-person tour)

with Suzanne Spellen & Morgan Munsey
Saturday, April 22 at 2:00 PM
Register here
Use code CROWN2 for $5 off!

The Bowery: 400 Years on NYC’s Oldest Street (in-person tour)

with David Mulkins
Sunday, April 23 at 11:00 AM
Register here

Banner Image: New Public Art Commissions In Transit Image Credit – MAS Tours


Municipal Arts Society Of New York

The Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS) lifts up the voices of the people in the debates that shape New York’s built environment and leads the way toward a more livable city from sidewalk to skyline. MAS envisions a future in which all New Yorkers share in the richness of city life—where growth is balanced, character endures, and a resilient future is secured. Over more than 125 years of history, our advocacy efforts have led to the creation of the New York City Planning Commission, Public Design Commission, Landmarks Preservation Commission, and the Tribute in Light; the preservation of Grand Central Terminal, the lights of Times Square, and the Garment District; the conservation of more than 50 works of public art; and the founding of such civic organizations as the Public Art Fund, the New York Landmarks Conservancy, P.S. 1, the Historic Districts Council, the Park Avenue Armory Conservancy, and the Waterfront Alliance.

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