A little pricy to get in and often busy but the museum displays a very wide range of styles and artists. I particularly enjoyed the architecture exhibition. Definitely worth a visit.
About The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
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The starry night was the highlight as the Van Gogh exhibition was in Melbourne (Australia) and this beauty was at MoMA! (and I saw it!) There are so many beautiful pieces here that you will want to come back again and again...
Arrived around 10.15am and it was brisk but not crowded. When we left around lunchtime however it was packed. There are some very well known pieces here and the building itself is really interesting (but don't look down if you suffer from vertigo!) There was...More
To be honest, my main reason to visit MoMA was to see one of my favorite paintings (Starry Night by van Gogh) but when my friend and I got there, we were impressed all the things the museum has to offer. As mexicans, we felt...More
Extensive collection with masterpieces from many of the biggest names; fairly crowded for the most popular exhibits but okay in many other areas of the museum (I went early in the morning). Audio guide was pretty good too, as are the restaurants. So a pretty...More
My dad was an art teacher, so although I ended up as a doctor our house was always full of art books. And in those art books there were images of famous paintings by people like Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse, Ernst, Picasso, Gaugin and Dali,...More
My husband is a fan of modern art and he was stunned by the pieces on display that he did not expect after reading about MoMA and visiting the website. The volunteers at the information desks are very helpful. Allow minimum two hours. Amazing.
We went on a free Friday, and the line to get in took over half an hour. It was extremely crowded, so unless you're comfortable with very large crowds, pay the $25 admission. We loved it, especially the top floor on unfinished conversations. I have...More