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Tickets for Brooklyn Museum

See works by world-class artists and ancient artifacts from around the globe

Flexible ticket: cancellable up to 72 hours before visit date
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Wheelchair accessible: Free wheelchairs are available at the coat check
Smartphone tickets accepted
  • See close to 1.5 million works in the city's second-largest museum, including pieces from European masters
  • Discover rarities of ancient cultures, from the first Americans to the Egyptians, all in Brooklyn's Prospect Park
  • Turn an artistic eye on the history of the United States with art chronicling its birth to the present day
Studio 54: Night Magic
Now on - Jul 5, 2020

Studio 54 and disco are like peanut butter and jelly: a legendary combination. This exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum showcases the iconic history of Studio 54, and the celebrity guests, performers and artists that frequented the club.

The exhibition is organised chronologically, providing deeper insight into New York's disco-era nightlife through photography, drawings, film footage, and even fashion. While the club was open for less than three years in its original form, its legacy has been everlasting – now it's your time to discover it.

Image credit:

Rose Hartman (American, born 1937). R. Couri Hay and Zandra Rhodes, Studio 54, 1977. Black and white photograph. Courtesy of the artist. © Rose Hartman


While the museum’s collection of artwork is impressive, there’s a lot more on offer. The Brooklyn Museum gathers artifacts from major ancient cultures, including Asian ceramics, pendants from the first Americans and furniture hailing from the height of European decadence.

While the Brooklyn Museum is able to boast an impressive collection of European art, where it truly shines is in its diversity. You'll be able to discover Native American art and paintings from colonial Spain, and a unique curation of feminist art in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center.

Floor by floor, the Brooklyn Museum unravels the world's artistic history, from Ancient Egypt through to early Chinese dynasties. Visitors will be able to see relics of the past, and admire statues from 3,000 years ago as well as ornamental furniture that was all the rage in the 18th century.

The museum's collection of art from the USA's days of rebellion through to the modern day adds even more depth to your visit, with colonial paintings and modern art as well as sculpture from the early 20th century on display.

Insider tip

If you want to explore some natural beauty after, the museum is located adjacent to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

What's included
General admission to the museum
Free daily public tours
Access to special exhibitions (if selected)
Cancellation policy
  • Cancellations are possible up to 72 hours before your visit date
  • Changes may be possible for this ticket
  • Swap your smartphone voucher for a paper ticket in the Group Tour check-in lane
  • The museum is located next to the Brooklyn Botanical Garden
Opening hours
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday Closed
How to get there
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway, 11238, New York
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Ratings & reviews
3 Reviews
Feb 3, 2020
The African American security guard on the 4th floor, who has been there for 15 years, was super informative and very generous with his time.
Jan 6, 2020
I expected more
Dec 30, 2019
Easy, fast and very simple !

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