Local patrons enjoy quieter exhibitions in New York
William Denselow

Museum goers in New York are seeing the city's exhibits in a whole new light during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cultural institutions were given the green light to reopen back in August but capacity has been limited to 25 percent.

The city's museums rely on millions of visitors each year, patrons say a lack of crowds has its benefits.

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