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Tickets for The Museum Of Modern Art: Skip The Line

See classic works of modern art in the newly renovated MoMA

Flexible ticket: cancellable up to 24 hours before visit date (if selected)
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Skip The Line
Wheelchair accessible
Audio guide: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Spanish
Smartphone tickets accepted
  • 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
Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures
Now on - May 9, 2020

Perhaps the most influential photographer in history, Dorothea Lange's groundbreaking work helped shift the tide of public awareness around issues of social inequality, migrant workers' rights, and displacement. Her carefully posed photographs of the Great Depression were taken when these issues were thought to be at their most heartbreaking and widespread. Today, these concerns are more relevant than ever.

Lange's poignant and powerful documentary-photography captured the humanity of faces that were largely invisible to most of society. This stunning new exhibition draws from the MoMA's remarkable collection of Lange's work. It presents approximately 100 original photographs alongside her notes, with archival material about her work. The exhibition poses questions about the ability of words to inflect, contextualize, and distort interpretations of an image. It makes us question the relationship between photography and words as a medium for truth, and how well it can report and represent our world.

Neri Oxman: Material Ecology
Now on - May 25, 2020

The word 'genius' gets bandied about a lot – sportspeople, rappers, chefs; they're all geniuses these days. Trite and diluted as the term has become, no other word adequately does justice to architect, designer, and inventor, Neri Oxman. Working at the intersection of biology, design, engineering, and computer science, Oxman's work represents humankind's next giant leap.

Coining the term 'Material Ecology' to describe her work, Oxman takes inspiration from the structural and systemic building blocks of nature, to design and engineer entirely new building materials that offer revolutionary and sustainable possibilities for architecture, clothing, packaging, and biofuels. Hers is a unique synthesis of biology and technology that is set to change the world.

This exhibition is Oxman's most ambitious project yet. It features her well-known enormous silk dome, grown with silkworms and 3D printers, alongside a collection of other paradigm-shifting inventions and innovations. Do not miss this chance to get up close and personal with the mind-blowing work of a real genius!


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.

The museum's 2019 update has brought in new ways to explore contemporary art, with the Kravis Studio for experimental programming and the Crown Creativity Lab.

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.

Step off the subway and right into Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night, and just keep going from there. You might even create your own masterpiece, or at least learn something from practicing artists, in the MoMA Creativity Lab.

What's included
Entrance to the MoMA
Special exhibitions, audio programs, films, and gallery talks
Free audio guide
Additional info

Getting There:

  • Bus: Any line to 53rd Street
  • Metro: Any line to Fifth Avenue or 53rd Street
Cancellation policy
  • Cancellation may be available depending on your ticket selection
  • Changes are possible for this ticket
  • Show your smartphone ticket at the main entrance
  • Please use the Passes and Vouchers queue at the ticket desk to skip the regular ticket line
  • Due to the popularity of the museum, wait times may vary
Opening hours
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
How to get there
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
11 West 53rd Street, 10019, New York
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Ratings & reviews
579 Reviews
Mar 1, 2020
Very enjoyable, we got in quick and spent a good two hours exploring. Lovely exhibits and sp much to look at. Was a fun experiance!
Feb 25, 2020
New renovation and subsequent translation of modern art, perceived through the centuries, created a more clear picture.
Feb 24, 2020
Enjoyed the whole museum. The Dorothea Lange room was amazing.

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