Gramercy Gift Guide is a curated gifting site that aggregates offerings from various retailers big and small. Some of GGG’s gift suggestions contain affiliate links. When you buy something through those links, you won't pay a penny more, but GGG will receive a small commission for the sale.

Gramercy Gift Guide

Great Gifts Found at Museum Gift Shops

 

     The MOMA                   
                     
      The Frick                   
         
           
 The Whitney                   
             
       
When the Whitney re-opened on April 30th 2015, Michelle Obama gave opening remarks in a Thakoon printed dress. This silk necktie (made from the same fabric as Mrs. Obama's dress) is now available for purchase at the museum gift shop and online. All proceeds from the necktie support the Whiteny Museum. On the right are some fun balloons. Who knew the Whitney Museum could be a Party City pit stop alternative!?!  
                
The Cooper Hewitt                   
           
         
The Cooper Hewitt is the perfect place to stop when gifting your design conscious friend. On the left is a timeless classic by Enzo Mari. On the right are eco-friendly place-mats by Luisa Cevese.  Select designs are available at the Cooper Hewitt online store, and additional offerings are available on her website.
                
The Met                   
           
         
Tucked away on the upper level of the Met store is a selection of limited edition prints such as the ones shown (by Jill Moser). We also think the book at the right is the perfect hostess/housewarming gift for the NYC dwelling foodie! 
                
The Guggenheim                   
         
 
           
                     

Related Posts

Wicker, Straw, Bamboo, and More!
Wicker, Straw, Bamboo, and More!
A roundup of bamboo, straw and wicker gifts for summer. We've gathered everything from tableware to
Read More
A Variety of Vases
A Variety of Vases
Vases make great gifts, however, not every vase will look good in your recipients home!  That's why
Read More