Williams College is a private college founded in 1793, located in the rural Berkshires in northwestern Massachusetts. It is highly selective and consistently ranked the #1 liberal arts college in the U.S. The cornerstone of the original Sawyer Library was laid in 1920 and was home to the renowned Chapin Rare Books Library. The renovated […]
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Steinway Hall is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, one block from Times Square. The new Steinway & Sons flagship is a state-of-the-art retail and performance space, featuring a full inventory of Steinway pianos. The contemporary space brings together the Steinway heritage with the latest in musical and technological innovations. The craftmanship of the […]
Philadelphia’s preeminent art museum houses a world-renowned art collection in a landmark building originally opened in 1928. It is one of the country’s foremost destinations in which to see world-class art boasting, among many highlights, the finest public collection of Rodin sculpture in the United States, the largest collection of works by Marcel Duchamp, the […]
The National WWII Museum (formerly known as The National D-Day Museum) is a military history museum dedicated to the American experience in World War II. Opened on June 6, 2000, the 56th anniversary of D-Day, the museum was designated America’s official national WWII museum by the U.S. Congress and is affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution. […]
Founded in 1867, New England Conservatory of Music is the oldest independent school of music in the United States. It is also a National Historic Landmark. The Conservatory is recognized internationally as a leader among music schools and boasts a student body representing more than 40 countries. The new Student Life and Performance Center (SLPC), […]
North Carolina Museum of Art opened in 1956 as the first major museum collection in the country to be formed by state legislation and funding. The museum features over 40 galleries and continues to offer free admission to the permanent collection.
The United States Golf Association is the national association of golf courses, clubs, and facilities. It is also the governing body of golf for the United States and Mexico. The USGA’s 300-acre headquarters campus in New Jersey comprises three buildings: 1919 John Russell Pope Museum, Administration, and Test Center.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the United States boasting over two million works. Founded in 1870, the Met presents over 5000 years of art from around the world. Seven million people visit the Museum’s three New York City locations each year with international visitors representing over 35% of attendees.
Hamilton College is the third oldest college established in New York State. Founded as an academy in 1793, it was chartered as Hamilton College in 1812 in honor of its inaugural trustee, Alexander Hamilton. The private, liberal arts college has a current enrollment of 1850 students.