Welcome to the first museum that reacts to emotions—and turns them into art.
Is New York feeling exhilarated, calm, optimistic? The Museum’s exterior changes color to reflect the the mood of the city by scraping social media and other real-time data.
Each installation invites emotional interaction. Touch, feel, play, listen, imagine and breathe. Step into the first kaleidoscope controlled by emotion. Float through the feeling of calm and on a lavender cloud. Use your own biometric data to create a MoodLens—or unique emotional selfie—and match it with a perfect custom fragrance.
Runs from 11.24 – 12.15
The Museum of Feelings actually feels things. Its unique exterior reacts to social media and real time data to reflect New York‘s ever-changing mood in vivid color.
Open To Public
November 24th — December 15th
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26th
Monday — Saturday: 11am — 9pm
Sunday: 11am — 7pm
Address 230 Vesey Street, New York, NY 10080
Getting Here The Museum of Feelings is located at Brookfield Place in Lower Manhattan's Battery Park City. It's bordered by West Street, the Hudson River, Vesey Street and Liberty Street.
TRAVELING BY SUBWAY:
train to World Trade Center
trains to Chambers Street
trains to Park Place
trains to Cortland Street
to Fulton Street
TRAVELING FROM NEW JERSEY:
PATH trains to World Trade Center
For schedules and routes, visit panynj.gov/path
Ferries to World Financial Center:
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