Located in the heart of Manhattan, The Museum of Modern Art is home to the world’s most extensive collection of modern and contemporary art. From the painting and sculpture of the 1880s, to the film, design, and performance art of today, MoMA inspires visitors of all ages.
The collection at MoMA includes masterpieces like Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night and Andy Warhol’s Gold Marilyn Monroe, along with works by Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Jacob Lawrence, and many other great artists of our time.
Is MoMA handicap accessible?
Yes. Everyone is welcome at MoMA. They offer a variety of free programs and services to make MoMA accessible to you.
Visitors to The Museum of Modern Art may enter the galleries with items up to 11 x 15 x 5” (28 x 38 x 13 cm). Larger items up to 14 x 22 x 9” (36 x 56 x 23 cm) must be checked. All bags are subject to security inspection. MoMA reserves the right to refuse items, and are not responsible for items held by the checkroom. Please note that The Museum of Modern Art’s checkroom cannot accommodate any items larger than 14 x 22 x 9” (36 x 56 x 23 cm).
Do they allow strollers into the museum?
Baby strollers are permitted at all times, but stroller access may occasionally be limited in certain galleries. Please note that strollers are not permitted on The Museum of Modern Art’s escalators.
Still photography is permitted in some galleries for personal, noncommercial use only. Video is not permitted. No flash, tripods, or camera extension poles are allowed. Photographs cannot be published, sold, reproduced, distributed, or otherwise commercially exploited in any manner whatsoever.