Forever at the forefront, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is not only devoted to presenting the best in contemporary art, but also to promoting the understanding of modern art and expanding the definition of what is considered art in the first place. Whether it's showing you something you've never seen before, or showing you how to see something familiar in a new way, MoMA is always an eye- and mind-opening experience.
Culture & History
Photography & Media
Open and/or Closed Captioned
Sign Language Interpretation
Outside Catering Permitted
Frequently Asked Questions
When are the best times to visit? The museum is least crowded right after it opens at 10am.
I’m on a budget. Are there free hours? MoMA is free to visit on Uniqlo Free Fridays, from 5:30pm to 9pm. Additionally, the first floor is now open to the public for free every day, including two new galleries, installations in the lobby and the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden.
I’m visiting with my child—are there any family-friendly activities? The Art Labs program is a great way to get children excited about creating while they learn tools and techniques used in the art-making process. There are also free talks and tours on weekend mornings for families.
Can I take photos to show my friends? Yes, but please don’t use flash. It damages the paintings.