Museum of Modern Art - MoMA


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On this self-guided accessible tour, you can visit the Museum of Modern Art, one of the world’s most influential art galleries, and explore exhibits from famous artists all around the world. The MoMA houses more than 500,000 pieces over 6 floors of gallery spaces. Visitors can see famous works of art such as Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Andy Warhol’s Campbell Soup cans. There are also works of art from all over the world, and from various modern and contemporary movements. There are regular special exhibitions and events at MoMA, such as talks and screenings of foreign films. Visitors can also reserve spaces in workshops and participate in interactive educational sessions at the MoMA classrooms. MoMa is an accessible venue that is open to all. Visitors with disabilities received a discounted admission and one carer can enter free of charge when accompanying a visitor with a disability. All galleries, entrances, restrooms and facilities are wheelchair-accessible and wheelchairs can be borrowed onsite. Upon reservation, specially trained lecturers can give talks to visitors with visual impairments and American Sign Language is available for public programs if requested 2 weeks in advance. All theaters, assistance desks and classrooms feature induction loops for hearing aids and foreign films have captions in English.

For more information and ticket purchases, please visit the official website: Museum of Modern Art - MoMA.

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Bathroom available
Yes, but it's not accessible

Guaranteed accessibility features

  • Accessible entrance

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What is included

  • Admission

  • Tickets

What is not included

  • Ground transportation

  • Accessible transportation

  • Insurance

  • Gratuities


New York, NY, USA


New York, NY, USA

Free admission

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