- 2 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Gain entry to the Whitney Museum of American Art, housed in a new building designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano. Located in New York City's Meatpacking District and hugging High Line Park, the 220,000-square-foot museum boasts one of the best art collections in the United States, including pieces by Louise Bourgeois, Edward Hopper, Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol, among others.
Experience a blockbuster exhibition of one of the most inventive, influential, and important American artists. Including over 350 artworks, this is the first Andy Warhol retrospective organized by an American museum in nearly thirty years. From Pop masterpieces to celebrity portraits to film and experimental work, this highly-anticipated exhibition will reintroduce the artist for the twenty-first century.
- Entry/Admission - Whitney Museum of American Art
- Food and drinks (available for purchase)
Whitney Museum of American Art
Monday 10:30 AM -6 PM
Wednesday 10:30 AM -6 PM
Thursday 10:30 AM -6 PM
Friday 10:30 AM -10 PM
Saturday 10:30 AM -10 PM
Sunday 10:30 AM -6 PM
The museum is closed on Thanksgiving and Christma
Visit: Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort Street, New York City, NY 10014-1404
As the preeminent institution devoted to the art of the United States, the Whitney Museum of American Art presents the full range of 20th century and contemporary American art, with a special focus on works by living artists. The Whitney is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting American art, and its collection—the finest holding of twentieth-century American art in the world—is it’s key resource. The Museum's signature exhibition, the Biennial, is the country's leading survey of the most recent developments in American art.
Designed by architect Renzo Piano and situated between the High Line and the Hudson River, the Whitney's new building vastly increases the Museum’s exhibition and programming space, providing the most expansive view ever of its unsurpassed collection of modern and contemporary American art. Enjoy iconic works by Edward Hopper, Jackson Pollack, and Georgia O'Keeffe in natural light filled galleries and sweeping views of Manhattan on the Museum’s outdoor observation decks.
The Whitney welcomes you to the Meatpacking District, a 20 square-block neighborhood with a bustling community of artists, galleries, restaurants, and nightlife. The Museum is steps from the High Line, Chelsea Market, and a short walk from Greenwich Village, where the Museum was founded by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney in 1930.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
I never received the link to retrieve my tickets so we were unable to go to the museum. I didn't want to buy new tickets.
If I had known that there was no difference between buying from viator and buying my ticket from the cashier, I would not have bought it from viator. I would have bought it directly from the Whitney on line.
Truly a worthwhile experience to visit this museum. Lots of construction around it if you walk but worth the effort.
Great Museum and there was a Calder exhibit as part of the viewings
The new Whitney is very different from the old one. You really must go. The restaurant is great too!
World class modern art museum in a beautiful building at a great location. Modern art by american artists-- don't expect recognizable classics here although you may recognize a few of the names. Museum is located directly at an entrance to the High Line, NY's wonderful elevated walking park. If you aren't worn out from the museum, step out and stretch your legs. The city views will not disappoint.
Lines for the museum can sometimes be long earlier in the day, but are quite reasonable by mid afternoon. Allow at least 2.5 hours to stroll past everything, a bit longer if you want to linger and reflect on this terrific collection.
I think that the venue is great, very trendy... but the Art... OMG so incredibly overrated!!!
I went to the wrong place to see the Whitney. It wasn't marked on the old building that the museum had been moved. When I finally got all the way to the obscure new place only one and a half out of seven galleries were open. The fire alarm had just gone off so these annoying strobe lights were flashing on and off. I needed to get out of there quickly before I got a bad migraine headache. It was not an enjoyable part of my trip.
Fantastic new museum with a great rooftop cafe. Was hoping the ticket would help me skip the long line, which it sort of did, you do have to show your evoucher and trade it in for a ticket at the ticket desk, but they let us cut in line to do that.
WHEN I ARRIVED WITH YOUR TICKET VOUCHER, THE REPRESENTATIVE SAID IT WAS A THIRD PARTY TICKET. I FOUND IT ON THE WHITNEY MUSEUM SITE AND THOUGHT IT WAS THEIR ACTUAL TICKET. I PAID 12 TOO MUCH BECAUSE I WAS NOT OFFERED THE SENIOR DISCOUNT OF 4 PER TICKET. I AM DISAPPOINTED WITH THAT. PLS EXPLAIN.