Tour the World's Finest Collection of Contemporary Art at the MoMA
Picasso, Van Gogh, Matisse, Lichtenstein, Dali, Warhol, and Pollock are just a few of the world-renowned artists showcased at the Museum of Modern Art. Situated in NYC's art capital, MoMA celebrates creativity and thought-provoking masterpieces by 20th-century and contemporary artists. Tour the permanent collections of over 21,000 pieces including Van Gogh's "Starry Night," Monet's breathtaking 14-foot-wide "Water Lilies," and Roy Lichtenstein's "Drowning Girl."
Catch the MoMA's special exhibitions, including surrealist, René Magritte, and large installations like the Rain Room, which draw crowds by the dozens. In addition to housing the world's most extensive collection of modern and pop art, MoMA offers casual, family-friendly dining, including an eatery overlooking the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. Start your weekend early at MoMA with free Friday nights from 4pm-8pm.
In a recent policy change made at MoMA, visitors are now allowed to take pictures with cameras and phones without flash in specific galleries for personal, non-commercial use only. Video is not permitted. They believe they are embracing creativity and keeping up with the times. They promote sharing and social media posts, which brings attention to their art.
Is there parking available in the area?
There are many parking structures near the Museum of Modern Art that offer discounted rates for museum visitors. ICON Parking Lot at 1330 Sixth Avenue (entrances at 94 W. 54 St. and 75 W. 53 St., between Fifth and Sixth Avenues) is:
Up to 2 hours: $31.50
Up to 4 hours: $34.50
Up to 10 hours: $44.50
Up to 24 hours: $51.50
There's an additional $10 fee for oversize vehicles.
The 1345 Garage on 101-41 W. 54 St. (between Sixth and Seventh Avenues):
Up to 2 hours: $20
Up to 4 hours: $24
Up to 7 hours: $30
Up to 24 hours: $40
here's an additional $9 fee for oversize vehicles.
All tickets must be validated in the Museum lobby.