We're now open! All tickets to the Museum are timed in 15-minute increments to adhere to social distancing and capacity guidelines. There are two ticket types: General Admission and General Admission PLUS. Members receive free, timed tickets. See below for details. And if you have questions, check our ticket FAQ.
General Admission Includes the following exhibitions and galleries:
- American Art and Luce Visible Storage ▪ Study Center
- Ancient Egyptian Art
- Assyrian Art
- Climate in Crisis: Environmental Change in the Indigenous Americas
- Design: 1880 to Now
- The Dinner Party by Judy Chicago
- European Art
- John Edmonds: A Sidelong Glance
- JR: The Chronicles of New York City
General Admission PLUS KAWS Includes all General Admission exhibitions and galleries, plus:
- KAWS: WHAT PARTY — Opens February 12, 2021
As you plan your visit, view our latest health and safety guidelines. All out-of-state visitors must follow all applicable health and safety protocols required by the New York State COVID-19 Travel Advisory, which may include quarantine.
Visitors with disabilities (care partner free of charge)
Students 20+ (with valid I.D.)
Ages 19 and under
Members (Join us!)
The General Admission prices are suggested contribution amounts and are not applicable to special ticketed exhibitions. Questions? See our ticket FAQ.
Health care workers receive free General Admission; just show your I.D. at our Admissions Desk. Active-duty military personnel and their families receive free General Admission.
General Admission PLUS: KAWS: WHAT PARTY
|Wednesday||11 am–6 pm|
|Thursday||11 am–6 pm|
|Friday||11 am–8 pm|
|Saturday||11 am–8 pm|
|Sunday||11 am–6 pm|
These are our new hours.
Galleries are cleared 15 minutes prior to closing time.
We're closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.
|First Saturdays are on pause.||11 am–8 pm|
Did you know we're surrounded by other great things to do? Pair your visit with us with an exploration of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Public Library, Prospect Park, Prospect Park Zoo, or Brooklyn Children's Museum. You'll also find lots of restaurants and cafés nearby. If you're visiting from out of town, we encourage you to consider accommodation at one of our hotel supporters, NU Hotel and The William Vale.