When you arrive at the museum, centrally located on New York City’s Museum Mile, skip the lines at Admissions and head straight to the Information desk. Explore the Guggenheim at your own pace, with the flexibility to enjoy the exhibits and galleries that interest you most.
As you ascend the landmark building’s grand spiral that rises toward the dome above, you’ll experience the Guggenheim’s special exhibitions, featuring celebrated artists from the 19th century through the present, in an “uninterrupted, beautiful symphony,” just as Wright intended.
To explore the Guggenheim with a museum educator, join an Art in the Round public tour each day at 2pm. Tours are free with admission, and each one focuses on a different aspect of the museum’s collection, themes, or architecture. For a self-guided experience, pick up a free multimedia guide at the Information desk.