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Whitney Museum of American Art
945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street
New York, NY 10021

Wednesday - Thursday 11 am - 6 pm
Friday 1 - 9 pm (6 - 9 pm pay-what-you-wish admission)
Saturday - Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
Monday - Tuesday Closed

Adults: $15
Senior citizens (62 and over) and students with valid ID: $10
Members, New York City public high school students with valid student ID, and children under 12: Free
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Subway: 6 to 77th Street (walk two blocks west to Madison Avenue)
Bus: M1, M2, M3, M4 to 74th Street
Car: Two parking garages offer discounts with Whitney ticket validation. 35 East 75th Street (10% discount) 68 East 80th Street (3 hours for $20)

Access for Visitors with Disabilities

Please Note
During the Biennial, strollers are not permitted in the museum. This temporary policy is necessary to protect the delicate artworks on view.
Photography is not permitted in the Museum's galleries.

Group Tours
Enjoy a guided tour with one of our expert educators, or explore the Museum on your own with a free audio guide. Groups making reservations in advance receive a special discount. Learn more information on how to schedule your visit.

New Biennial Tuesdays!
During the 2008 Biennial, we will be offering a limited number of private tours when the Museum is closed. On select Tuesday afternoons, your group is invited to enjoy the Biennial in an intimate, exclusive setting, free from crowds. All Biennial Tuesday tours will be conducted by Whitney Teaching Fellows, Ph.d candidates in art history. These young scholars have studied at the leading programs in the country and participate in a comprehensive training process that prepares them to engage a wide range of audiences in thoughtful, informative gallery discussions. Groups are charged a rate of $50 per adult (groups of fewer than 10 visitors will be charged for the cost of 10 adults). Biennial Tuesdays will be scheduled on a first come, first served basis, so make your reservation today!

To make a reservation, please email: In the subject line of your email, please write "Biennial Tuesdays." In the body of your email, please include your group's name and contact information, the number of people in your party and your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice dates and times. Below is the 2008 Biennial Tuesday Schedule:

Tuesday, March 18; beginning at 1pm and 3pm
Tuesday, March 25; beginning at 1pm and 3pm
Tuesday, April 15; beginning at 1pm and 3pm
Tuesday, April 22; beginning at 1pm and 3pm
Tuesday, April 29; beginning at 1pm and 3pm
Tuesday, May 20; beginning at 1pm and 3pm
Tuesday, May 27; beginning at 1pm and 3pm

School and Educator Programs
School and educator programs use works of art in the Whitney's permanent collection and temporary exhibitions as a foundation for learning. Programs at the Museum and in the classrooms offer opportunities for teachers and students to develop an informed, critical understanding of American art and culture, and its relationship to their own lives. Inquiry-based exhibition tours, multi-session outreach programs, professional development workshops, and interdisciplinary resource materials are designed to facilitate in-depth exploration of the works of art on view, create a forum for ideas, dialogue, and exchange, and enhance visual literacy and critical thinking skills. All programs address the New York State Learning Standards as well as the NYC DOE Blueprint for teaching and learning in the visual arts.

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