10 NYC Spots with Dark Academia/ Royalty Core Aesthetic
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10 NYC Spots with Dark Academia/ Royalty Core Aesthetic

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10 NYC Spots with Dark Academia/ Royalty Core Aesthetic

If you are looking for a dark academia or royalty core aesthetic but don't know where to go, here are the top 10 places in NYC.

Morgan Library and Museum 


The Morgan, formerly the private library of financier Pierpont Morgan, is now open to the public. Explore its vast collection of historical literature, art, and music.

The Frick Collection


Opened in 1935 by Henry Clay Frick, this art museum houses European paintings and sculptures.

MET Cloisters


Travel back to Medieval times through the gothic architecture of the Cloisters.

Neue Galerie


The Neue Galerie holds a collection of twentieth-century German and Austrian art.

British Galleries Exhibit at the MET


Just reopened in early 2020, this exhibit focuses on British art and design created between the fourteenth and eighteenth centuries.

Merchant’s House Museum


With its Greek revival architecture, this is the only nineteenth-century family home in New York City that is preserved inside and out.

Abandoned City Hall Subway Station


Operating from 1904 to 1945, this station is decorated with elegant chandeliers and glass tiles.

New York Society Library


Founded in 1754, this is the oldest cultural institution in New York City.

Church of St. Francis Xavier


This historic church, located in the Flatiron District, is decorated with paintings and stained glass windows.

Bauman Rare Books 


In 1973, Natalie and David Bauman decided to turn their passion for collecting old books into an enterprise. Here one can find literature dating all the way back from the 15th century.

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