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From 4-8 PM every Friday, the MoMA offers free admission! See "Starry Night", Jackson Polluck, and exhibits on such topics as urban planning, the power of typography, and more. Full review →
The world's preeminent museum for modern art reopened in November 2004 on its original site in a new building designed by architect Yoshio Taniguchi.
The masterpieces in the permanent collection are too numerous to mention. Full review →
Art enthusiasts and novices alike are often awestruck by the masterpieces before them here, including Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon and van Gogh's Starry Night. Full review →
This is where you’ll find van Gogh’s Starry Night, Cezanne’s Bather, Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, and the great sculpture by Rodin, Monument to Balzac. Full review →
Founded in 1929, MoMA is one of NYC’s most popular museums, home to more than 100,000 pieces of modern artwork, most by A-listers. Full review →
One of the world's preeminent cultural institutions, the MoMA offers an unparalleled overview of the modern visual arts. Full review →Highlight tours are a good way to get the best overview of the works on view
MoMA is a thing of beauty. The collection is stunning and extensive. One could easily get lost in exploring the building alone. With a constant sense of movement between their permanent... Full review →
Known the world over as MoMA, the glassy Yoshio Taniguchi-designed Midtown building houses one of the most influential collections of modern art in the world. Van Gogh, Cézanne, Matisse,... Full review →Pre-booking tickets online allows you avoid the queues at ticket booth, which are very long during major exhibitions.
The hullabaloo over MoMA's $600 million makeover in 2005 (and $20 admission fee) has overshadowed how impressive its collection truly is. Full review →
One of the world’s greatest repositories of 20th-century art contains masterpieces by van Gogh, Picasso and Matisse, a sculpture garden and an extensive film collection. Full review →