Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

1071 Fifth Avenue (at E. 89th St.)
New York, NY 10128
(212) 423-3500 | guggenheim.org | map
Nearest subway station: 4-5-6 @ 86 St.
Nearest elevator subway station: F @ Lexington Ave.-63 St.

Sun-Wed 10AM-5:45PM | Fri 10AM-5:45PM | Sat 10AM-7:45PM

Focus: Modern and contemporary art of the 20th and 21st centuries, in an iconic building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Appealing to kids: The building, with its spiral ramp and open rotunda, is a natural starting point for young visitors (and cause of vertigo for some parents). From there, young people can browse the permanent collection and special exhibitions independently, or by taking advantage of programs for families, children 8-11 years old“tweens” in grades 6-8, and teenagers in grades 9-12.

Admission: Adults $22; Students and Seniors (65+) with valid ID $18; Members, Children under 12 Free. Pay What You Wish on Saturdays from 5:45PM-7:45PM. Online ticket purchase available.

Stroller policy: Double and jogging strollers, large toddler carriers, and large bags and backpacks must be checked.

Elevators: Yes.

Changing table: Yes, in the restrooms located on the Lower Level and on the 5th, 6th, and 7th floors.

Food & drink: The museum has two dining options:

  • The Wright (Mon-Wed and Fri-Sat 11:30AM-3:30PM, Sun 11AM-3:30PM) is an upscale restaurant serving modern American cuisine
  • Cafe 3 (Daily except Thurs 10:30AM-5PM) is a snack bar serving sandwiches, pastries, and hot and cold beverages

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