New Museum Passes for The Guggenheim and the MoMA Now Available at the Library!   Recently updated !


As of 12/1, the Library has two new museum passes available: The Guggenheim and The Museum of Modern art in New York City! Click here for information on how you can check our passes out today!

 

The MoMA pass admits up to people per visit. Children 16 and under are always free. Admission for additional accompanied guests may be purchased for $5 a ticket. It also provides a 10% discount at the The MoMA stores (in person only) and Cafe 2 and Terrace 5. Please click here for more information!

About the MoMA

“The Museum of Modern Art was founded in 1929 and today is one of the world’s largest museums devoted to modern and contemporary art . . . The Museum of Modern Art seeks to create a dialogue between the established and the experimental, the past and the present, in an environment that is responsive to the issues of modern and contemporary art, while being accessible to a public that ranges from scholars to young children.” – www.moma.org

The Guggenheim pass admits free admission for up to 4 adults of students, plus half-price admission for additional guests. Children under 12 years of age are always free. Additionally, patrons receive 10% savings on site and online at the Guggenheim store. Click here fore more information!

About the Guggenheim:

“The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation was founded in 1937, and its first New York–based venue for the display of art, the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, opened in 1939. With its exhibitions of Solomon Guggenheim’s somewhat eccentric art collection, the unusual gallery—designed by William Muschenheim at the behest of Hilla Rebay, the foundation’s curator and the museum’s director—provided many visitors with their first encounter with great works by Vasily Kandinsky, as well as works by his followers, including Rudolf Bauer, Alice Mason, Otto Nebel, and Rolph Scarlett. The need for a permanent building to house Guggenheim’s art collection became evident in the early 1940s, and in 1943 renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright gained the commission to design a museum in New York City. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum opened on October 21, 1959.” -www.guggenheim.org

 

 

Thanks for reading!

-George, FTPL

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