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Hours


Mon 10:30 am—6 pm
Tuesday Closed*
Wed 10:30 am—6 pm
Thurs 10:30 am—6 pm
Fri 10:30 am—10 pm
Sat 10:30 am—10 pm
Sun 10:30 am—6 pm

*The Whitney is open on Tuesdays this summer, from July 4 to August 29.

The Museum is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24.

The Museum is closed on Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25.

Mon 12—3:30 pm 5:30—9 pm
Tuesday 12—3:30 pm 5:30—9 pm
Wed 12—3:30 pm 5:30—10 pm
Thurs 12—3:30 pm 5:30—10 pm
Fri 12—3:30 pm 5:30—10 pm
Sat 12—3:30 pm 5:30—10 pm
Sun 12—3:30 pm 5:30—9 pm

Untitled is open daily for coffee and pastries at 9 am.

Please visit the restaurant’s website, untitledatthewhitney.com, for the most up-to- date information.

Mon 11 am—5 pm
Tuesday Closed
Wed 11 am—5 pm
Thurs 11 am—5 pm
Fri 11 am—9 pm
Sat 11 am—9 pm
Sun 11 am—5 pm
Mon 10:30 am—6 pm 12—3:30 pm  5:30—9 pm 11 am—5 pm
Tues Closed* 12—3:30 pm  5:30—9 pm
Closed
Wed 10:30 am—6 pm
12—3:30 pm  5:30—10 pm
11 am—5 pm
Thurs 10:30 am—6 pm
12—3:30 pm  5:30—10 pm
11 am—5 pm
Fri 10:30 am—10 pm
12—3:30 pm  5:30—10 pm
11 am—9 pm
Sat 10:30 am—10 pm
12—3:30 pm  5:30—10 pm
11 am—9 pm
Sun 10:30 am—6 pm
12—3:30 pm  5:30—9 pm
11 am—5 pm


*The Whitney is open on Tuesdays this summer, from July 4 to August 29.

The Museum is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24.

The Museum is closed on Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25.

Untitled is open daily for coffee and pastries at 9 am.

Please visit the restaurant’s website, untitledatthewhitney.com, for the most up-to- date information.


How to Get Here




Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014
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By Subway

Plus Minus

The closest lines are the A, C, E, and L at 14th Street.

From the East Side
Take the downtown 4, 5 or 6 train to Union Square and transfer to the L train towards 8th Avenue. Exit the L train at 8th Avenue. Leave the station and proceed west along 14th Street towards 9th Avenue. Turn left on 9th Avenue then make a right onto Gansevoort Street. Walk two blocks and the Museum will be on your right.

From the West Side
Take the downtown A or C train to 8th Avenue/14th Street. Exit station and proceed west towards 9th Avenue. Turn left on 9th Avenue then make a right onto Gansevoort Street.

OR: take the downtown 1, 2, or 3 train to 14th Street.  Exit the station and walk west to 9th Avenue.  Turn right onto Gansevoort Street and the Museum will be on your right.

From Midtown
Take the downtown E train to 8th Avenue/14th Street. Exit station and proceed west towards 9th Avenue. Turn left on 9th Avenue then make a right onto Gansevoort Street.

From Brooklyn
Take the C train to 8th Ave/ 14th Street.  Exit station and proceed west towards 9th Avenue. Turn left on 9th Avenue then make a right onto Gansevoort Street.

OR: take the L train towards 8th Avenue. Exit the train at 8th Avenue. Leave the station and proceed west along 14th Street towards 9th Avenue. Turn left on 9th Avenue then make a right onto Gansevoort Street. Walk two blocks and the Museum will be on your right.

By Bus

Plus Minus

From the East Side
Take the M15 or M1 downtown. Transfer to the M14A at 14th Street. Exit at Hudson Street/Horatio Street and walk north one block to Gansevoort Street.  Head west on Gansevoort Street; the Museum will be on your right.

From the West Side
Take the M11 bus below Riverbank 145 Street via 10th Avenue or the M7 bus along Columbus Avenue downtown. Exit either bus at 14th Street and walk west to Washington Street. Turn left on Washington and take a right onto Gansevoort Street.

From Midtown
Take the M12 below Columbus Circle. Exit at W 14 Street/Washington Street and walk south along Washington Street to Gansevoort Street. Turn right and continue west on Gansevoort Street; the Museum will be on your right.

By Car

Plus Minus

Parking
Street parking near the Whitney is limited. Apple Parking, located at 332 West 11th Street, offers a $10 discount for Museum visitors that park over one hour and can show their admission ticket to garage attendants. This offer cannot be used for overnight parking, or combined with any other promotions including the early bird special.

There are also three ICON parking facilities nearby: 99 Jane Street, 134–36 Jane Street, and 385 W 15th Street. 

Directions from the Bronx, Queens and Long Island
Take the Robert F. Kennedy Triborough Bridge to the southbound FDR Drive. Take exit 7 toward E 23 Street. Turn right onto E 25th Street, turn left onto 2nd Ave, turn right onto E 14th St, and turn left onto Washington St. Proceed south and turn right on Gansevoort Street.

OR: Take I-495 W to the Queens Midtown Tunnel follow to E 35th Street. Turn left on E 35th Street, turn right onto 2nd Ave, turn right onto E 14th St, and turn left onto Washington St. Proceed south and turn right onto Gansevoort Street.

From Brooklyn and Staten Island
Take Manhattan Bridge from Brooklyn. Make a slight left onto Canal Street, turn right onto West Street, and continue onto 11th Avenue. Turn right onto E 14th St, and turn left onto Washington St. Proceed south and turn right onto Gansevoort Street.

OR: Take the Williamsburg Bridge from Brooklyn onto Delancey Street. Proceed down Delancey Street and turn right onto Chrystie Street, turn left onto E Houston Street, turn right onto Hudson Street.  Turn left onto W 11th Street, turn right Greenwich Street and proceed to Gansevoort Street.

OR: Take the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan. Take the Park Row S exit on the left. Keep right to continue on Barclay Street, turn right onto West Street.  Continue onto 11th Avenue. Make a right onto W 14th Street.  Turn right onto Washington Street and proceed south to turn right onto Gansevoort Street.

From Northern New Jersey
Take the George Washington Bridge to the West Side Highway (NY-9A)/Henry Hudson Pkwy going south. Turn left onto W 14th Street. Turn right onto Washington Street and proceed south and turn right onto Gansevoort Street.

From Southern New Jersey
Take the New Jersey Turnpike to the Holland Tunnel towards Manhattan. Take exit 2 for Hudson Street toward uptown. Turn right onto Hudson Street. Continue on Hudson Street and turn left onto W 11th Street. Make a right onto Greenwich Street and turn left onto Gansevoort Street.

From Westchester and Connecticut
Take Saw Mill Pkwy South/New York City to New York 9A S/Henry Hudson Pkwy. Turn Left onto W 14th Street. Turn right onto Washington Street and proceed south to Gansevoort Street.


Multimedia Guides

A woman listening to the audio guide in front of an Edward Hopper painting

Hear directly from artists and curators.

For select exhibitions the multimedia guide features tours for adults and kids, and video tours in American Sign Language. $6 adults; free for Members, visitors under 18, and visitors with disabilities.

Para determinadas exposiciones, también disponemos de guías multimedia en español para adultos y niños. El valor de las guías es de $6; gratis para miembros, menores de 16 años y visitantes con discapacidades.

Free Daily Tours

People gathered around a sculpture.

Free tours of the Whitney’s collection and current exhibitions are offered each day. No reservations are necessary.

View Tour Schedule

Ticketing Information
And Policies

The museum lobby bustling with people.

Read the Museum’s policies on purchasing tickets, sketching and taking photographs in the galleries, and checking items.


Pay What You Wish
Fridays, 7—10 PM

Pay-What-You-Wish tickets are available at the admissions desk on Fridays, 7–9:30 pm. They may not be purchased in advance.

Major support for Pay-What-You-Wish Friday evening hours is provided by The Donald and Barbara Zucker Family Foundation.

Group Reservations

For visitors wishing to purchase ten or more general admission tickets, special rates apply. School, corporate, and private groups may also request tours guided by Whitney educators and Teaching Fellows.

Access Services

Learn about access services offered at the Whitney, including wheelchair access, large print, and assistive listening systems.