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Skip-the-Line Tickets to Guggenheim Museum

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  • Enjoy fast-track entry to the Guggenheim Museum, a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, and admire over 1,700 artworks on display.
  • Stroll through the galleries of the museum and learn about them through interactive displays, multimedia installations, and a downloadable online guide.
  • See its unique, upside-down pyramid-like structure, a design created by Frank Lloyd Wright that holds the best art collections from the 20th century and beyond.
  • Admire exhibitions of modern and contemporary art and creations of artists such as Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, Camille Pissarro, and Vasily Kandinsky.
  • Attend lectures by artists and critics, performances, and film screenings led by educated museum educators.


  • Skip-the-line entry to Guggenheim Museum
  • Downloadable digital guide
  • Tip: Visit the souvenir shop, and take home some books, artwork and more!
  • Please note that the museum is closed on Christmas.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled. However, you can use them any time until 11 September, 2024.
  • These tickets are valid until 11 September, 2024.
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Guggenheim Museum | Avant-garde art & architecture in New York City

From the pioneering works of modernist painters like Wassily Kandinsky to the bold installations of contemporary artists such as Maurizio Cattelan, the Guggenheim Museum has been at the forefront of championing artists who push the boundaries of their craft. Stay on this page to find out everything you need to know about the Guggenheim Museum including ticket options, what to see, and other essential information.

Why visit the Guggenheim Museum?

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  • Titillate your senses: The museum's rotunda design allows for the presentation of art in a dynamic and visually engaging manner. The artworks flow seamlessly, creating a sensory journey that engages your eyes, mind, and emotions. It's a museum experience like no other.
  • Witness radical art: The museum is renowned for its commitment to showcasing radical and experimental art. It has a history of featuring groundbreaking artists, so you can expect to see art that pushes the boundaries of creativity.
  • Broaden your horizons: You'll encounter exhibitions that challenge conventions, provoke thought, and inspire dialogue. Grab the opportunity to engage in discussions and reflections that expand your horizons, encouraging you to see the world from fresh perspectives.
  • Discover architecture that was ahead of its time: Dating back to the 1950s, the Guggenheim Museum's iconic design by Frank Lloyd Wright is a masterpiece in itself. The spiral ramp and unique layout offer a captivating sensory experience as you navigate its curves and levels.

Which Guggenheim Museum ticket is best for you?

Guggenhem Museum Tickets

If you’re short on time

Go for: Skip-the-line tickets

  • Avoid the hassle of waiting in ticket lines and dive straight into your artistic voyage at the Guggenheim Museum.
  • This ticket grants you access to all the permanent and temporary exhibits inside the museum.
    Access to permanent collections: Yes
    Access to temporary exhibits: Yes

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Skip-the-line tickets to Guggenheim Museum

Guggenhem Museum Tickets

If you’re on a budget

Go for: Admission tickets

  • These tickets grant you access to all the artworks inside the renowned Guggenheim Museum.
  • Enjoy an artistic experience like no other as you walk through the many floors of the museum, allowing its unique architecture and art to inspire you.
    Access to permanent collections: Yes
    Access to temporary exhibits: Yes

Discounted Guggenheim Museum tickets: Children under 11 do not require tickets to enter the museum.

Cancellation policy: You cannot cancel your Guggenheim Museum tickets, however, they are valid until 11 September 2024.

Audio guide: To listen to a digital audio guide during your visit, download the Bloomberg Connects app.

Must-see artworks at the Guggenheim Museum

The Hermitage at Pontoise at the Guggenheim Museum

The Hermitage at Pontoise

Camille Pissaro (1830-1903)

Discover Pissarro's tranquil masterpiece, where lush greenery and dappled sunlight envelop an old hermitage. It's a serene escape to the French countryside, inviting you to stroll through this idyllic landscape frozen in time.

Komposition 8 at the Guggenheim Museum

Compostition 8

Vasily Kandinsky (1866-1944)

Kandinsky's canvas pulsates with dynamic shapes and colors, a true visual symphony. Dive into the abstract abyss, where each brushstroke and hue sparks your imagination, provoking thoughts on the boundless depths of artistic expression.

Woman with Parrot at Guggenheim Museum

Woman with Parrot

Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)

Renoir's enigmatic portrait captures a mysterious woman cradling a vibrant parrot. The exotic allure of the scene beckons, as you ponder the untold story behind this captivating subject.

Woman with Yellow Hair at Guggenheim Museum

Woman with Yellow Hair

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)

Picasso makes this striking portrait come to life through bold shapes and vibrant hues. The woman's arresting gaze is framed by electric yellow hair, exuding an air of confidence and individuality.

Enchanted Forest at Guggenheim Museum

Enchanted Forest

Jackson Pollock (1912-1956)

Pollock's signature drip technique conjures a chaotic yet mesmerizing woodland in this painting. Vibrant colors and swirling forms evoke the sense of a magical, untamed forest where imagination reigns.

Place Vintimille at the Guggenheim Museum

Place Vintimille

Edouard Vuillard (1868-1940)

With finesse, Vuillard captures the vibrant essence of this Parisian square. Dots of color harmonize to depict the lively atmosphere, inviting viewers to relish in the bustling energy of a bygone era, evoking nostalgia for Parisian life.

Plan your visit to the Guggenheim Museum

Getting there
Guggenhem Museum Timings
  • Operating hours: Sunday to Friday 11 AM to 6 PM; Saturdays from 11 AM to 8 PM.
  • Closed: 15 November, 23 November, & 25 December.
  • Special timings: The museum closes at 2:30 PM on 28 October and 4 PM on 24 December (Christmas Eve)
  • Best time to visit: Weekday mornings.
  • Duration of visit: 2-3 hours
Guggenhem Museum
  • Address: 1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128, United States | Find on Maps
  • By subway: Lines 4, 5, 6, and Q 
    Nearest stop: 86th Street
  • By bus: M1, M2, M3, or M4
    Nearest stop:  5th Avenue/Madison Avenue
  • By car: Distance from LaGuardia Airport: 8.2 miles (17 min)
    Parking: Street parking on 5th Avenue & nearby streets
Accessibility at Guggenhem Museum
  • The Guggenheim Museum is completely wheelchair-accessible, except the High Gallery (located above the first ramp).
  • Elevators and ramps are available throughout the museum for ease of navigation.
  • Discounted tickets are available to guests with disabilities and their caregivers.
  • The closest wheelchair-accessible subway station is on the Q line at 86th Street.
  • Restrooms and drinking fountains are available on all floors of the museum.
  • Service animals are welcome inside.
  • Transcripts for the digital audio guide are available on the Bloomberg Connects App.
  • For any additional assistance please contact a member of staff.
Facilities at Guggenhem Museum
  • Restrooms: Restrooms are present on all floors.
  • Drinking water: Drinking fountains are available on all floors of the museum.
  • Audio guide: To access a digital audio guide, download the Bloomberg App.
  • Storage: A coat check facility is available for items smaller than 22 x 14 x 9 inches
  • Restaurant: Café Rebay offers a range of items including sandwiches, pastries, coffee, and tea.
  • Gift shop: Visit the museum gift shop to take home souvenirs and other artsy items.
  • Wi-Fi: The museum offers free Wi-Fi to all its guests.
  • Seating: Benches are placed throughout the museum.
  • Strollers: Strollers are available at the coat-check on the basis of availability.
Rules at Guggenhem Museum
  • Outside food and drinks are not allowed inside the museum except personal water bottles.
  • Do not touch any of the artwork inside.
  • The use of tripods, extensions, and other professional photography equipment is strictly prohibited.
  • Refrain from playing loud music and keep your phone on silent during your visit.
  • All guests must conduct themselves in an acceptable manner. Any form of verbal abuse and disruptive behavior will not be tolerated.
  • If you'd like to sketch inside the museum, you may use pencils, notebooks, & sketchbooks. Pens and paint are not permitted.
  • While strollers are permitted, baby backpacks and toddler carriers are not allowed. Additionally, children cannot be carried on the shoulders of parents.
Dining near Guggenhem Museum

Visit Café Rebay inside the Guggenheim Museum to enjoy a fine selection of sandwiches, salads, pastries, and other snacks. Beverages such as tea, coffee, wine, and beer, are also available for purchase.

Seating is available at the café.

Guggenhem Museum Shop

The Guggenheim Museum houses a charming gift shop with a range of artworks, souvenirs, and other unique items.

You can also visit their online shop for a wider selection.

The gift shop is open during the museum's opening hours.

Frequently asked questions about Guggenheim Museum tickets

Where can I buy Guggenheim Museum tickets?

You can book your Guggenheim Museum tickets online for a hassle-free booking experience.

Can I book Guggenheim Museum tickets online?

Yes, you can book your Guggenheim Museum tickets online.

What is the cost of Guggenheim Museum tickets?
What can I see with my Guggenheim Museum tickets?

Your Guggenheim Museum tickets give you access to all the permanent collections inside and any temporary exhibitions running at the time.

Why should I book Guggenheim Museum tickets online?

Booking your Guggenheim Museum tickets online lets you secure a spot in advance and plan ahead. By booking skip-the-line tickets online, you get to bypass long ticket lines and head right in.

Where is the Guggenheim Museum located?

The Guggenheim Museum is located at 1071 Fifth Avenue in New York.

How do I get to the Guggenheim Museum?

You can get to the Guggenheim Museum by bus, subway, taxi, or car. Bus numbers M1, M2, M3, or M4 and subway lines 4, 5, 6, and Q will get you there.

Is the Guggenheim Museum wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the Guggenheim Museum is wheelchair accessible, except the High Gallery.

Is it worth visiting the Guggenheim Museum?

The Guggenheim Museum is far more than an art museum. It's a historic landmark whose origin dates back to the 1950s. With unique architectural elements and radical artworks, the museum will leave you with an unforgettable experience.