Now on display in our America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far exhibit – treasures related to the great humanitarian and sportsman Muhammad Ali! We are honored that for the first time ever, the renowned Muhammad Ali Center (Louisville, Kentucky) has loaned objects from its collection to another institution. Ali’s ties to New York, his love of children and his devotion to his Muslim faith make CMOM a fitting venue for these mementos.
Come and learn how Ali used his sport to fight outside the ring for social causes!
Photo: Director of Exhibition Development Lizzy Martin installs objects on loan from the Muhammad Ali Center in America to Zanzibar Muslim Cultures Near and Far.
Sunday –Friday 10am–5pm
Target Free First Friday
Children and Adults $14
Seniors (65+) $11
Children under 12 months Free!
From the West Side Highway, take the 79th Street exit. Go three blocks east on 79th Street. Take a left onto Amsterdam Avenue. Go four blocks north on Amsterdam Avenue. Take a left onto 83rd Street. The Museum is in the middle of the block on the left.
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West Side: M7, M10, M11, or M104 to 83rd Street
Cross-town: M79 or M86 to Broadway
1 to 79th Street or 86th Street
B or C to 81st Street or 86th Street
There is a Central Parking garage located one block east of the Museum at 157 West 83rd Street between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues. Validate your parking ticket at the CMOM Admissions Desk to receive a 15% discount.
Subway: For an accessible subway station, take the 1, 2, or 3 to 72nd Street From there, either head nine blocks north on Broadway, or transfer to the uptown M7, M11, or M104 bus to 83rd Street
Bus: Take the M104 on Broadway; or take the M7 or M11 on Amsterdam Ave.; from the east side take the M79 Crosstown or the M86 Crosstown.
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