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Make the most of your MoMA visit

There’s a star-studded catalogue of modern masterpieces at MoMA. Van Gogh’s The Starry Night, Dalí’s The Persistence of Memory, and Monet’s Water Lilies triptych are some of the biggest draws the museum has to offer.

Other famous works of art include Pablo Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, Frida Kahlo’s Fulang-Chang and I, Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans, and The Lovers by René Magritte.

Whether you’re after abstract art, or you simply want to admire pieces by some of the greatest artists to ever stand in front of a canvas, MoMA has something to offer for everyone.

If you’ve only got a New York minute, choosing between museums can be tough. Luckily both are incredible institutions, so whatever you decide you’ll experience world-class cultural icons.

If you’re an art lover who doesn’t want to miss their chance to see some of the most famous artworks ever made, then get yourself some MoMA tickets. It’s where you’ll find your Van Goghs, Picassos, and Warhols.

If you want a more diverse timeline, you’ll find relics dating all the way back to Ancient Egypt at the Met. Their collection also includes art from European masters, but the focus at the Met is spread wider, with everything from musical instruments and African masks to art deco and mummies.

Currently MoMA’s 'Free Friday Nights' have been suspended as part of their health and safety protocols.

The offer was running on Fridays from 17:30-21:00.

However, MoMA still offers free entry to a number of its guests. You may be entitled to free entry if any of the following apply to you:

  • Children under 16
  • NYC Healthcare Workers
  • Students at select New York colleges and universities
  • Staff of other museums
  • American Association of Museums (AAM)
  • International Council of Museums (ICOM)
  • Select government employees – full list available here
  • Active US military
  • Current New York-based permanent UN staff members

Please note that in some cases free admission may only be used a set amount of times.

Of course there’s no straight answer, but we would recommend at least two hours. With so much on offer though, you could easily spend a whole day admiring the MoMA collection.

For anyone short on time, it's recommended to start on the fifth floor and work your way down using the museum's audio playlist – this will let you see the collection's top highlights quickly and efficiently. Learn more about what to see and do at MoMA by reading our full insider guide below!

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About: The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

The MoMA has one of the largest and most influential collections of modern art in the world. Home to famous works like Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night, Salvador Dali's The Persistence of Memory, and works by Mondrian, Monet, and Picasso, this is a haven for art lovers. Located smack in the center of Midtown Manhattan, MoMA is a must-see destination in New York.

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11 West 53rd Street, 10019, New York
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