A view of the fifth-floor collection galleries. Shown: Tarsila do Amaral. The Moon (A Lua). 1928. Oil on canvas. Gift of Joan H. Tisch (by exchange). © Tarsila do Amaral Licenciamentos. Photo: Noah Kalina

Groups and tours

MoMA is eager to welcome private, school and university, and community groups. We offer discounted group admission rates and a wide variety of private tours to meet your groups’ needs.

Only MoMA educators are authorized to lead tours in the Museum. The only exception is for those eligible for a Visiting Professor reservation.

Group admission

MoMA offers discounted rates for parties of 10 visitors or more. Save money, skip the line with an expedited check-in, and get a dedicated arrival time slot exclusively for your group.

Adults: $20
Seniors (65 and over): $16
College students: $12
Children: $9
Students of selected colleges and universities: free

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Guided tours

A guided talk in the galleries. Photo: Beatriz Meseguer

Professional art historians are available to provide guided Museum tours of the masterworks of MoMA’s collection, the Museum’s architecture, and current exhibitions. Tours can be customized to focus on specific galleries, mediums, or collection areas; tours in foreign languages and tours for families and children are also available.

Tour during Museum hours
Schedule a customizable tour with a MoMA lecturer, during MoMA’s open hours.

Before- and after-hours tour
Enjoy the exclusive, intimate experience of touring the Museum without the crowds, available from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. and from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Corporate clients, especially, utilize the private before- or after-hours tours for corporate entertaining.

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Fees and booking information

Tour during Museum hours
Fees: Adults $34, seniors $30, students $26, members and Corporate Members $19, children $19, students of selected colleges and universities $14. Fees include the price of admission.

A minimum payment of $340 ($250 for MoMA Members), is required to book an hour long tour. Tours lasting longer than one hour can be arranged for an additional fee. For tours booked with less than two weeks notice, additional rush fees apply.

Before- and after-hours tour
Before-hours fees: Adults $63, members and Corporate Members $50, seniors $59
After-hours fees: Adults $75, members and corporate Members $65
Fees include the price of admission.

A minimum payment of $630 ($500 for MoMA Members) is required for a tour before Museum hours. A minimum payment of $750 ($650 for MoMA Members) is required for a tour after Museum hours. Tours lasting longer than one hour can be arranged for an additional fee. For tours booked with less than two weeks notice, additional rush fees apply.

Gift tours
Gift certificates for Museum tours are the perfect fit for any occasion. Many of our guests use them to mark a special event such as a birthday or anniversary. Gift tours are available for groups of up to 10 visitors, are one hour long, include Museum admission, and are led by a knowledgeable art historian. Gift tours may take place during public or private hours, and rates vary accordingly. All gift tour certificates come in attractive packaging perfect for gift presentation.

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K-12 school groups

While we cannot currently offer onsite programs for you and your students at the Museum, we’ve rounded up some resources and ideas that we hope will support your teaching and inspire creativity.

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College and university students

Photo: Jason Brownrigg

Expand your classroom to MoMA. Visit the Museum during or before public hours and lead a lecture for your college or university students. You can also customize a tour led by a MoMA lecturer, or have an unguided visit for your class.

College and university group visit
Lecture to your students in the galleries before public hours, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. This option is only available for professors from accredited colleges and universities lecturing to their matriculating students.

Early-bird college and university group visit
Lecture to your students in the galleries before public hours, from 9:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. This option is only available for professors from accredited colleges and universities lecturing to their matriculating students.

Guided tours for college and university students
Schedule a 60-minute customizable tour with a MoMA lecturer.

Unguided college and university group visit
Explore the galleries on your own.

Request a college and university visit
Fees and booking information

College and university group visit
Fees: Per professor/lecturer, $32; per CUNY professor, free; per student, $12; per student of selected colleges and universities, free. Fees include price of admission.
Group size: One professor and 10–25 full-time college students per group
Reserve at least two weeks in advance.

Early-bird college and university group visit
Fees: Per professor/lecturer, $32; per student, $20. Fees include the price of admission.
Group size: One professor and 10–25 full-time college students per group
Reserve at least two weeks in advance.

Guided tours for college and university students Fees: Adults $34, seniors $30, students $26, members and Corporate Members $19, children $19, students of selected colleges and universities $14. Fees include the price of admission.
A minimum payment of $340 ($250 for MoMA Members), is required to book a tour. Tours lasting longer than one hour can be arranged for an additional fee. For tours booked with less than two weeks notice, additional rush fees apply.

Unguided college and university group visit
Fees: Per student, $12; per student of selected colleges and universities, free; per adult, $20; per senior, $16. Fees include the price of admission
Group size: 10 or more participants
Reserve at least two weeks in advance.

Community organization programs

Photo: Michael Nagle

At MoMA, we believe that discussing and making art are vital to development. Art enriches lives, builds self-confidence, and strengthens critical-thinking skills. We tailor our programs to fit the needs, abilities, and interests of community groups and organizations. We work with a variety of nonprofit, mission-driven community organizations throughout New York City.

While we cannot currently offer onsite programs for your organization at the Museum, we’ve rounded up some resources and ideas that we hope will be useful and inspire creativity.

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Extended partnerships
A limited number of programs are available for more extensive, long-term partnerships and multipart programs. Partnerships include planning meetings with a MoMA coordinator to develop content, professional development opportunities, and a series of visits to MoMA and to your organization. Contact [email protected] for more information.

Professional development workshops
Learn about our educational approach and ways to incorporate looking at and making art into your program or classroom. Contact [email protected] for more information.

Access programs

Photo: Manuel Molina Martagon

We specialize in working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia, individuals who are blind or have low vision, individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, and individuals with psychosocial disabilities.

Professional development workshops
Learn about our educational approach and ways to incorporate looking at and making art into your program or classroom. Contact [email protected] for more information.

Extended partnerships
A limited number of programs are available for more extensive, long-term partnerships and multipart programs. Partnerships include planning meetings with a MoMA coordinator to develop content, professional development opportunities, and a series of visits to MoMA and to your organization. Contact [email protected] for more information.

Learn more about accessibility at MoMA



Volkswagen of America is proud to be MoMA’s lead partner of education.

Generous support for School and Teacher Programs is provided by the Carroll and Milton Petrie Education Program Endowment, the William Randolph Hearst Endowment Fund, and the Mimi and Peter Haas Endowment Fund for Elementary School Programs.

Additional funding is provided by the Ducommun and Gross Family Foundation and by the Annual Education Fund.

Access and Community Programs are supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).

Major support is provided by The Taft Foundation and by the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Fund for Older Adults at MoMA in honor of Agnes Gund.

Additional funding is provided by the Sarah K. de Coizart Article 5th Charitable Trust, Allene Reuss Memorial Trust, the Carroll and Milton Petrie Education Program Endowment, Bloomingdale’s, J.E. and Z.B. Butler Foundation, Von Seebeck-Share B. Charitable Trust, The Elroy and Terry Krumholz Foundation, Karen Bedrosian Richardson, and the Annual Education Fund.