- View the museum's incredible architecture, which was designed by the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright.
- Explore one of the most impressive collections of art in the world.
- See an incredible and ever-expanding collection of modern and contemporary art work, including paintings by Constantin Brancusi and Vasily Kandinsky.
- Learn more about the artwork that surrounds you by utilizing the Guggenheim's gallery guides.
The Guggenheim Museum in New York City is home to an extensive collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern, and contemporary works of art. Located on the corner of East 89th Street and 5th Avenue on New York City’s beautiful Upper East Side, the museum’s ever-expanding collection includes significant pieces from artists like Vasily Kandinsky, Jackson Pollock, and Pablo Picasso. Perhaps the only thing more breathtaking than the pieces housed within is the building itself, which is a veritable work of art in its own right. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright at the personal request of Solomon R. Guggenheim, the museum’s elegant open-air atrium and magnificent rotunda are a sight to behold. As you walk the circular ramp that winds its way around the space, you’ll be taken on a fluid journey past the museum’s impressive collection. A visit to the Guggenheim Museum is an essential New York experience you’ll remember forever.
Sculptures by Constantin Brancusi
The Thannhauser Collection, including works by Manet, Picasso, and Degas
Frank Lloyd Wright's Architecture
Photographs from Robert Mapplethorpe
Did You Know
- The Guggenheim Museum was originally called “The Museum of Non-Objective Painting”, but was re-named in 1952 after the passing of its founder Solomon R. Guggenheim.
- The Guggenheim ramp in the building's famed rotunda is over ¼ of a mile in length from the ground floor to the top.
Tips for Visitors
- Begin your visit with an elevator ride to the top floor and work your way down to enjoy every bit the Museum has to offer.
- Unload your baggage at the Museum's coatroom, where you can also get wheelchairs and baby carriers, if necessary.
Guggenheim Museum Details
1071 5th Ave (Between 88th & 89th) New York, NY 10128
Hours of Operation:
Monday 10am - 5:30pm, Tuesday 10am - 8pm, Wed - Fri 10am - 5:30pm, Sat 10am - 8pm, Sun 10am - 5:30pm
(Closed 10/17/22 - 10/20/22)
Average Visit Duration:
Approx. 2 hours
Hop-On Hop-Off Route:
Uptown Hop-On Hop-Off: Stop #22