NYC Whitney Museum of American Art Entry Ticket

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Experience Highlights

The Whitney Museum of American Art is synonymous with an immersion in one of the most important collections of American art in the world. If the names of Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe or Jack Pollock are on your must-see list, don't miss this visit.

  • Choose the day and time that best suits your trip and avoid the queues.
  • Explore the 20,000 square metre new building in the Meatpacking District.
  • The upper terraces are an extension of the museum: in addition to sculptures, you'll find privileged views of the Hudson River.

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  • Entrance to the Whitney Museum

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Step by Step

The Whitney Museum has become a world reference thanks to its extensive collection of works by 20th and 21st century American artists.

It was inaugurated in 1931 thanks to the work of Gertrude Vanderbil Whitney, founder and staunch supporter of American art. Whitney worked hard to promote American artists and works in the face of the prestige enjoyed by European art at the time.

The museum's collection has grown to more than 18,000 works by various renowned artists. In its permanent exhibitions you will find names of the stature of Andy Warhol, Edward Hopper, Alexander Calder and Robert Herni, among many others. If you're up for it, you can also take advantage of the famous Whitney Biennial, held every two years, to discover the latest trends and emerging artists of the moment.

These are some of the emblematic works to be found at the Whitney Museum:

  • Calder's Circus, by Alexander Calder
  • The Brooklyn Bridge, by George Stella
  • A Woman in the Sun, by Edward Hopper
  • Summer Days, by Georgia O'Keeffe
  • Three Flags, by Jasper Johns

After several changes of location, since 2015 the Whitney Museum of American Art has been housed in a building designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano. In the heart of the Meatpacking District, the terraces on its upper floors offer privileged views of the Hudson River, southern Manhattan and One World Trade Center.


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  • M
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    Perfect museum, we visit it every time we come to NY, it never disappoints!
  • F
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    The staff is very nice and told us a lot about the museum.
  • L
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    Very interesting, I will be back!
  • C
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    It was great! I learned a lot about US history through art, I recommend it.
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