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Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney is a beautiful museum dedicated to the works of American artists in the twentieth and twenty first century. Named after founder and socialite Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney the museum's collection of new and innovative American contemporary art is unmatched.

Its entrance is on the southern end of High Line Park, so you can combine your cultural outing with some frisbee and a picnic.

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Customer reviews

Nov 15, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
Nice building, tremendous collections, nice employees. Ideal visit.
Nov 5, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
Great museum. Wonderful and very different exhibits
Oct 27, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
It was very good. However they were preparing for a new exhibition and that floor was closed. I really liked it
Oct 23, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
A month before we planned to arrive in New York, we purchased our tickets on this site so we were able to bypass lines at the Whitney, Guggenheim and World trade Center and Obsrvatory. It worked great - went to the entry line and were allowed inside immediately. The line at the WTC was very long to purchase tickets so glad we already had our tickets. Very good site. thank you
Oct 1, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
Fantastic museum!
Aug 25, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
well displayed and distributed museum.. should notice well in advance noteworthy exhibits as Warhol next autumn
Jun 12, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
With the admission ticket VR code on my phone, getting in to the museum went quickly. Recommend it.
Mar 19, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
Getting the tickets before is definitely a smarter choice. And it is also better to go late hours, as you enjoy the place to yourself.
Feb 19, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
great
Feb 15, 2018
Whitney Museum Of American Art: Fast Track
I was really looking forward to seeing the Whitney from an architectural point of view. The setting of the building is marvelous - certainly approach it from the High Line. Movement and flow within the building is irrational. Unless you use the outdoor stairs (not doable in snow and rain) between levels, traffic flow between the galleries is almost impossible by the overtaxed elevator service. Two levels were completely closed for viewing, and what exhibits were open were very thin.
Tiqets does speed up the entry process, but you will still get snagged in a coat check line -- wait for the elevator line, etc.