Facilities - New York State Museum


The New York State Museum Gift Shop is located on the first floor of the Museum and is open daily from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. except for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. (518) 449-7860

Parking is free after 2:30 p.m. weekdays and all day on weekends.

The Gift Shop at the New York State Museum are more than just a stop for unique gifts, great reproductions, quality Museum publications, New York State regional books and food products, beautiful New York State handicrafts, and exquisite jewelry. You'll also find products developed directly from the Museum's own collections, as well as educational children's items.

Profits from the Museum Shop advance and support the Museum's mission of education, research, exhibit production, publications, and collections conservation and acquisition. The purpose of the Museum Shop is to extend and enhance the learning at the New York State Museum.

From Shaker baskets to birdhouses, a wide selection of merchandise is available that Museum's programs and exhibits. You can choose from a variety of Adirondack Wilderness items such as walking sticks, woodland puppets, birch bark canoes and baskets, candles, pottery, Adirondack guides to hiking, biking and nature, and reproductions of Adirondack paintings. From the Native Peoples of New York Hall and the Governor's Collection of Native American Crafts, you can select authentic baskets, jewelry, crafts, and books on Native Americans. New York Metropolis features books about New York City and items reflecting Harlem in the 1920s--cards and prints by Jacob Lawrence and William Johnson, tapes and CDs of jazz classics and performers including Louis Armstrong, classic books such as The New American Negro, and food products from Sylvia's Restaurant.

Members always receive a 10% discount at the Museum Shop. They also receive the satisfaction of advancing the Museum's mission. Thank you for your continued support of the great New York State Museum.

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