Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - more commonly known as the The Guggenheim - is easily one of the most beautiful locations in New York City. Inside, get a chance not only to admire the fantastic architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright, who completed the building in 1959, but also the growing private collection of art. The museum is overflowing with a growing collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern and Contemporary Art featuring works by famous artists, Édouard Manet, Paul Gauguin, Kazimir Malevich, Pierre Bonnard, Pablo Picasso and more. You can view the museum's artwork at your own pace and time, or follow a guided tour conducted by museum educators. If you're lucky to catch them, you can even attend lectures by artists and critics, watch some performances and film screenings, or just walk around and admire the beautiful architecture of the building. Before you leave, don't forget to drop by the museum shop and take home a souvenir - a little something to help you remember this beautiful place by!