Museum of Modern Art

Museum of Modern Art

MOMA NY

Edgardo Avilés-López

Welcome to The Museum of Modern Art, otherwise known as MoMA. This highly popular NYC art museum is located in Midtown Manhattan, making it a convenient and easy addition to any itinerary. MoMA's exceedingly popular collection features works from greats such as Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Frida Kahlo, and Andy Warhol; but it's also full of surprises like the serene Sculpture Garden, two convenient cafés, three movie theaters, and an award-winning restaurant on site. This spot is perfect for groups looking for an essentially New York City experience.

The ever-evolving collection inside MoMA holds 200,000 modern and contemporary works, ranging from paintings, sculpture, architecture, and design to photography and film. See world-famous works like The Starry Night by Van Gogh, The Persistence of Memory by Dalí, Christina’s World by Andrew Wyeth, and The Sleeping Gypsy by Henri Rousseau; and enjoy a range of spectacular special exhibitions.

Each work will astound and inspire you, and each visit will fill you with irreplaceable information regarding the history and culture of the art. Groups may schedule an appointment for extended exhibition and educational resources. Customizable guided and unguided tours are available, along with discounted group admission and free audio guides.

All that art-admiring will work up quite an appetite, so save plenty of time to stop by one of the Museum's stellar dining options. Choose Cafe 2 or Terrace 5 for a more casual environment; or treat yourself to an incredible meal at The Modern, MoMA's two-Michelin Star contemporary American restaurant.

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