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I was in NYC on a art tour and one stop was the Salmagundi Club. The building was acquired in 1917 for $57,000 and is now valued at $57,000,000.
Be sure to visit over lunch time their food is top notch especially the Apple Tart....More
First and foremost, call to make sure there's not a "members only" special event. I wanted to bring some visiting family members to see the great old building and its fine art, but they were allowing only members due to a special event. When it's...More
Salmagundi Club is in a beautiful historic Greenwich Village townhouse. It's open 7 days a week and FREE public admission!
There are always exhibits by contemporary artists (these work are for sale), and historic work by its members.
Its architecture & space are elegant and...More
An old formerly private NYC row home converted into a private artists' club and performance space and sort of art school. The building inside is old and a bit dark and morose. Interesting to see the 3 or 4 galleries which had members' works on...More
The Salmagundi is really one of the city's oldest private clubs for artists, located in one of the rare surviving townhouses on lower Fifth Avenue.This attraction is recommended - when opened to the public - as a rare opportunity to see (1) how rich New...More
This is a neat old building that would be fun to visit even if there were no art exhibits. The exhibits were interesting although we did not purchase anything. They have a restaurant and bar, but we got mixed signals from staff on when they...More
Great newly renovated gallery space on the second floor of this brown stone in Greenwich Village. There are several juried shows throughout the year and other art events open to its members and the public. It is rich in history and several historic paintings throughout....More
This is an amazing little gallery space! Entry is free! The building is historic and beautiful. The have rotating exhibits by living artists. The art will probably be representational. I saw the New Masters show - it was really nice, beautiful artworks. Did I mention...More
Date of experience: October 2015
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Commonly known as “the Village” to New Yorkers, it was here in Greenwich Village that both 1960’s counter culture and the LGBT movement were born. Famous for its bohemian past, head to Washington Square Park to get a feel for this diverse and energetic neighbourhood. You’ll find NYU students, street performers, skateboarders, kids frolicking in the fountain, and locals relaxing and playing chess.
Stroll the streets to discover a mix of majestic town homes and hidden bars and restaurants that give this neighbourhood an old-school residential feel. When the sun goes down, check out one of the famous jazz or comedy clubs that still packs them in every night.