Tickets for The Museum Of Modern Art: Skip The Line
The trendiest place to see artworks in NYC
- Skip the long, long lines with this unique ticket and have your (mobile) ticket scanned at the elevators inside!
- The fourth and fifth floors feature famous works, such as Van Gogh’s The Starry Night, Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, splatter works by Jackson Pollock and Rothko’s large-scale chromatic canvases
- You'll find time slipping by like the fluid clocks in a Salvador Dali painting. Speaking of which: this is where Dali’s The Persistence of Memory hangs
Art is cool. New York is cool. Checking out art in the Museum of Modern Art? Now you’re cool. MoMA is an art lover’s paradise, a place to soak up art in an elevated atmosphere. And if you’re not yet a lover of modern and contemporary art, this museum - filled with Van Goghs, Warhols and Picassos - might turn you into one.
MoMA provides a portal into the kinetic world of modernism and wonder in a range of different disciplines; you'll find architecture, photography, painting, sculpture, design, film and more.
Located right in Midtown Manhattan, MoMA will make an art fan out of you from the sculpture garden, the ongoing film series and regularly changing exhibitions.
MoMA was founded in 1929 by three influential women of the era – Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, Lilly P. Bliss and Mary Quinn Sullivan. In its 87 years the MoMA has endured fires, renovations and controversy - and emerged a true New Yorker. There's a renovation underway right now, with plans for expansion, but this won't affect your visit.
Step off the subway and right into Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night, and just keep going from there.
Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends (May 21 – September 17, 2017)
An artist who worked "in the gap between art and life", Rauschenberg was a hyper-influential figure in the art world. This is the first 21st century retrospective of his work, featuring more than 250 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, and sound and video recordings.
Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive (June 12–October 1, 2017)
Explore Frank Lloyd Wright's multifaceted practice across 450 works dating from the 1890s through the 1950. See architectural drawings, films, TV broadcasts, furniture, tableware, photographs and more, plus works that have rarely or never been exhibited in public.
- Special exhibitions, audio programs, films, and gallery talks.
- Head directly to the elevators with your skip the line tickets
- Free audio guide
- Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance
- All sales are final
- Due to the popularity of the museum, wait times may vary
- Tickets are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis
- Sunday - Thursday: 10:30 - 17:30
- Friday: 10:30 - 20:00
- Last admission 45 minutes prior to closing
- The MoMA is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
- Bus: Any line to 53rd Street
- Metro: Any line to Fifth Avenue or 53rd Street