Whitney Museum of American Art Admission Tickets
The Whitney is a premier institution that is exclusively devoted to art of the United States from the 20th century onward. The museum, itself an architectural masterpiece, is home to over 21,000 works of art from 3,000 artists, making it a must-see! Our tickets get you access to special exhibits spread over 9 floors.
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why you shouldn’t miss this
The Whitney Museum was established in 1931 as a museum dedicated exclusively to American art, with a special focus on living artists. Gertrude Whitney, of the famed Vanderbilt family and the namesake of the institution, was a well-regarded sculptor and a serious art collector as well. She had collected over 700 works of art and offered 500 of them to the Museum of Modern Art. Upon being declined the offer due to a slight preference for European Modern Art, Gertrude Whitney decided to start her own museum, exclusively for American art. The museum was located in the Upper East Side for 50 years before moving to its current location. The building, spread over 220,000 square feet and distributed through 9 floors, was designed by the renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano and is a work of art in itself. The museum consists of exhibition spaces, an education center, a reading room, a theater and a conservation lab.
Explore the breadth and depth of a collection that has helped define what is innovative and influential in American art since the beginning of the twentieth century. The permanent collection at the Whitney consists of works by artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Man Ray, Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol. Also be sure not to miss works from original artists like Peggy Bacon, George Bellows, Stuart Davis, Charles Demuth, Mabel Dwight, Edward Hopper, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Reginald Marsh, and John Sloan.
Some of the Current Exhibitions include
- Jimmie Durham: At the center of the world (until Jan 28, 2018)
- Laura Owens (until Feb 4, 2018)
- Toyin Ojih Odutola: To Wander Determined (until Feb 25, 2018)
- Labor of Sleep
- The Line
Do not miss
- Study for Nighthawks, Edward Hopper
- Four Darks in Red, Mark Rothko
- Number 27, 1950, Jackson Pollock
know before you go:
Please note that the museum remains closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
The Museum is closed on Tuesdays.
Sunday-Thursday (except Tuesday): 10:30 AM - 6 PM
Friday and Saturday: 10:30 AM - 10 PM
Subway: The closest lines are the A, C, E, and L at 14th Street.
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
- Display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the attraction.
Ticket Redemption Point
- Show your ticket at Whitney Museum of American Art.
- Address: 99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014.
- Landmark: Beginning of High Line.
- The closest bus stop is Greenwich St/Horatio St. It is a quick 5-minute walk to the attraction.
- Board buse M11 to get you there.
- The closest station is 14 St / 8 Av. It is a quick 10-minute walk to the attraction.
- You can take A, C, or E lines to get you there.
This ticket is valid for the date selected during checkout.