A Day At The Art Museum - The Art Museum Collection

A Day At The Art Museum - The Art Museum Collection

Candles have the power of transporting us to a whole new world with scents reminding us of woodlands, mountains, and oceans.

But what about a cozy day spent wandering New York City’s renowned museums?

With so many to choose from, let your favorite scent choose your destination. 


Afternoon Tea at the Guggenheim 


Afternoon Tea: Layered floral scents of lavender, chamomile, sugared rose, and white tea are reminiscent of the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum’s eight floors of beautifully curated exhibits.

Located at 1071 Fifth Avenue between 88th and 89th Streets on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, this candle surrounds you in the beauty of classical artwork.

Fragrance Notes: Lavender + chamomile + sugared rose + white tea


Daydreaming at the Noguchi Garden Museum

Daydream: A candle as unique as the garden relics of the Noguchi Museum. Sweet notes of mango and coconut milk paired with orchid and musk evoke the daydream of an artistic getaway.

Located on 9-01 33rd Rd in Queens, NY, the Noguchi Museum features a special sculptural experience designed by Japansese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi.

Fragrance Notes: Mango + coconut milk + orchid + musk + jasmine 


Meandering through the Metropolitan 

Sinta: Loveable scents of pineapple, citrus, ginger, and pink pepper echo the Metropolitan Museum’s most popular exhibits.

Located on 1000 5th Ave near Central Park, this fan-favorite features well-known works of art by the likes of Van Gogh, Monet, and more. 

Fragrance Notes: Pineapple + mandarin orange + ginger + heliotrope + bergamot + pink pepper  


Culture Abound 

The city is full of artistic destinations. Here are a few more to round out our recommendations: 

- The Museum of Modern Art

- Whitney Museum of American Art

- The Frick Collection

- The Met Cloisters

- Brooklyn Museum

- Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum

We hope you get a chance to visit one of these lovely places, but in the meantime, enjoy this collection inspired by New York’s one-of-a-kind museums.


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