Sunrise

Sunset

A 30-second online art project:

Peter Burr, Sunshine Monument

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Plan Your Visit

Tickets

Book tickets online in advance or at the Museum. Members may use their membership cards for anytime admission. Corporate partners and other Museum affiliates may book complimentary tickets. 

Learn about discounted and free admission, including Free Friday Nights and Free Second Sundays. 

Adults
$30

Seniors and students
$24

18 and under
Free

Members 
Free

Groups 
Discounts for schools and groups of 10+

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Location

Located in Manhattan's Meatpacking District—steps away from the Hudson River Greenway and the West Side Highway—the Whitney is easily accessible by bicycle, car, and public transportation.

99 Gansevoort Street New York, NY 10014

Get directions

The A, C, E, and L subway lines stop about six blocks from the Museum at 14th Street and 8th Avenue.

There are numerous parking garages in the area including three ICON parking facilities nearby, at 99 Jane Street, 134–36 Jane Street, and 385 West 15th Street.

Bicycle racks are available in the front of the Museum, and Citi Bike docks are located at the southwest corner of Gansevoort and Washington Streets.

To be picked up or dropped off in front of the Museum, car services such as Uber and Lyft may be called to 99 Gansevoort Street. The best place to hail a cab along Gansevoort Street is at the corner of Hudson Street, just three blocks east of the Museum.



Hours

Book tickets online in advance or at the Museum.

Open today: 10:30 am–6 pm
Mon 10:30 am–6 pm
Tues Closed
Wed 10:30 am–6 pm
Thurs 10:30 am–6 pm
Fri 10:30 am–10 pm
Sat 10:30 am–6 pm
Sun 10:30 am–6 pm
Open today: 8 am–6 pm
Mon 8 am–6 pm
Tues 8 am–6 pm
Wed 8 am–6 pm
Thurs 8 am–6 pm
Fri 8 am–10 pm
Sat 8 am–6 pm
Sun 8 am–6 pm

Know Before You Go

All visitors are encouraged to purchase advance tickets to expedite entry to the Museum.

The Museum is entirely accessible via ramp and elevator. Manual wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis at the admissions desk on Floor 1 or at the coat check on Floor -1. Learn more about accessibility.

There are restrooms on Floors -1, 2, 3, 5, 7, and 8. Check out the Museum map for more details.

Admission to the ground floor of the Museum is always free, this includes entry to the gallery on Floor 1, the lobby, Whitney Shop, and Frenchette Bakery. Please stop in during Museum hours. Admission to the entire Museum is free on Friday nights and the second Sunday of every month. Learn more about free and discounted offerings.

All bags will be inspected upon arrival. Backpacks smaller than 11 × 15 × 5 inches may be checked, or removed and carried while in the galleries. Larger backpacks must be checked at our coat check on Floor -1. Large umbrellas must be checked. Smaller umbrellas may be placed in a protective bag supplied by the Museum and carried. 

Items that may not be accepted in the coat check include food and drink, bicycles, folding bicycles, sporting equipment, artwork, musical instruments, strollers, and luggage of any size.

All articles must be claimed before the museum closes. The Museum is not responsible for items that are left overnight. A corresponding coat check tag is required for the return of items. Please place the numbered tag in a secure place.

The Museum’s total liability for items left in the coat checkroom is half the purchase price of the item up to $250.

Strollers are permitted everywhere in the Museum but may not be left unattended or at coat check. 

Photography at the Museum and in the galleries is allowed. All photography should be for personal, non-commercial purposes only. The use of flash, tripods, and selfie sticks is prohibited.

Once you enter the Museum, you may leave and re-enter the Museum at any time throughout the day.

To be picked up or dropped off in front of the Museum, car services such as Uber and Lyft can be called to 99 Gansevoort Street. The best place to hail a cab along Gansevoort Street is just three blocks east of the Museum at Hudson Street.

Review the Museum map and more visitor policies.


Whitney Biennial 2024
Opens Mar 20

Discover the art of our times in Whitney Biennial 2024: Even Better Than the Real ThingThe seventy-one artists and collectives in the latest chapter of the exhibition will follow in the footsteps of hundreds of Biennial artists before them to interpret our current landscape and tell stories, spark discussion, and comment on issues across a variety of media and disciplines. 

Tickets are now on sale. Members will enjoy five days of previews, beginning March 14. 

Book Advance Biennial Tickets Become a Member


Experience

Dining
The Museum is excited to welcome Frenchette Bakery at the Whitney. The new ground floor restaurant offers a bakery with a selection of on-premises baked sweet and savory fare. 

Frenchette Bakery at the Whitney 

New Free Days
Every Friday evening from 5–10 pm and on the second Sunday of every month, admission to the Museum is free. Both offerings include free access to exhibitions, special programming, and more.

Free and discounted admission

Neighborhood Discounts
Enjoy special discounts, benefits, and offers at our favorite local dining and shopping destinations when you show your Whitney Membership card or same-day admission ticket.

View Discounts

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

Review Resources

Mobile Guide
Enhance your visit and hear the stories behind the art on view—directly from curators, leading cultural thinkers, and the artists themselves. Stream for free.

View the Mobile Guide

Planea tu visita (en español)
Para exposiciones selectas, nos complace ofrecer los siguientes recursos y programas en español.

Más Información

A Seasonal Guide

Our favorite ways to get festive and celebrate the season at the Whitney. 

View the Winter Guide