About Guggenheim Museum

Venue Info

Phone Number
  • (212) 423-3500
  • 1071 5th Avenue
  • New York, NY 10128



4, 5, 6 train to 86th Street. Walk west on 86th Street, turn right at 5th Avenue and proceed north to 88th Street.

M1, M2, M3, or M4 bus on Madison or Fifth Avenue.

Alternate side of the street parking on Fifth Avenue and side streets is available. There are several parking garages within walking distance from the museum. Impark Parking is located at 40 East 89th Street (between Madison and Park Avenues). Sylvan Parking is located at 60 East 90th Street (between Madison and Park Avenues).


Handicap Access

Entrance: The museum is wheelchair accessible except for the High Gallery, which is at the top of the first ramp and accessible by two low stairs. Partial view of the High Gallery is possible from the first and second rotunda ramps. The Wright restaurant can be accessed via the outdoor ramp or from the indoor chair lift. Please ask a security guard to assist you.

Standard manual wheelchairs are available; please ask a security guard at the entrance for assistance. No reservation necessary. An individual assisting a person in a manual wheelchair can be granted a free admission ticket. Electric wheelchairs are allowed in the museum.

Service animals are welcome at the museum

ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES The Guggenheim app covers special exhibitions, selections from the permanent collection, and the architecture of the building. The app includes verbal imaging descriptions for visitors who are blind or have low vision as well. Select verbal imaging guides include accessory touch object packs and recorded interactions with museum visitors who are blind. The app is compatible with voiceover on iOS devices and T-coil compatible. Please ask the staff at the Multimedia Guide desk for assistance. Please note that no devices will be distributed after 5:15 pm. At the Peter B. Lewis Theater, infrared assisted listening devices (headsets and neck loops) are available for all performances and lectures. Please ask an usher for assistance.