Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece home to a world-renowned collection of modern and contemporary art.
Admission is $25 for adults, $18 for students with valid ID. Pay-What You-Wish on Saturday between 5:45 p.m.–7:45 p.m.
The building structure is a work of art and then it houses some of the most exciting exhibits!
Iconic and unforgettable
One of the grestest pieces of architecture ever. It's a pity they let you take photos only from the ground. Go now to see Burri.
Kandinsky!!!... & the most elegant piece of architecture
One of Wright's most emotional architectures!
Best part is the architecture, the art here usually isn't my favorite- I like the moma more but worth seeing if you haven't
In my opinion the main attraction is the Guggenhein's ramp and it was closed
Pricey but with fabulous architecture designed by Mr Lloyd Wright
For me, the architecture was better than the works displayed.
I really love the "I can't work like this"
Art and the actual building.
Impressive structure, not the same for the collection (except for a few artists)
Impressive building. Pretentious exhibition. Went to "Storylines" and some Colombian artists, that was crap...
Take your time and think about how the art fits in the space. Great place to sit and meditate for a bit.
Check out the Kandinsky and Storylines expo running this summer. This place is so zen it's unreal.
Great engaging place. Good value for money with free audio guide and limited waiting time. Located in museum mile close to the met
Very impressive location
picasso picasso baby
Building has an amazing architecture
Stunning piece of architecture that almost overshadow its impressive collection inside.
Nice building but definitely not worth the entrance fee, not enough content on show
Expecting more of this, you can make your way in 1.5 hours. Download the app in App Store so you can explore in your own pace
Fun to look at modern art , not fun to see a drowning Pinocchio in the lobby
They don't allow tripods or gorilla pods in the hall, and don't allow cameras or phones when in the exposition area. I was able to get away using my hoodie as a sort of a bean bag. Raise your ISO.
Great museum you can get to know "new" artists. :)
Very impressive museum! Must see even if just for the building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The promenade with the various galleries and exhibitions is unique and very well thought out!
Best to start from the top! And find your way down.
A beautiful museum with beautiful works.
Security won't let you look at the inside without a ticket, stupid.
Amazing, Great deals right now with construction.
"I Got Up, I Went" & saw "Nothing, Something, Everything" On Kawara - Silence
No photos allowed. (You need to be very discrete to get a picture of that Monet you liked ;)
Interesting place but i didn't find an interesting exhibition! Ironic and rude employees!
Yet another amazing museum in NYC. Incredible architecture and great exhibits.
The architecture is awesome, and the exhibits are fascinating. Visited in March 1998, when Art Honor Society @ WHS had their field trip. It was the perfect day, especially for me when I was just 15!
My dream come true!!!!
Saturday's from 5:45-7:45: pay what you want.
Temporary exhibitions aren't so special, but Kandinsky exhibition is all that I needed😍
Great architecture, nice temporary exhibitions
Not worth it
Always a bit packed. Worth it to just see the building!
Surprising on Kawara exhibition!
Beautiful Building by the great Mr Wright
Little keyhole on the second floor. Enter it. It's a secret library.
Come here to look at some art while you work out your butt walking up the ramps. Better than squats!
AAA and ADAC members save $3.00 on adult admission.