Frick Collection

Frick Collection

Shedule:             Tuesdays to Saturdays

                           From 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

                           Sundays from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

                          Closed on Mondays

Admission:         Ticket is required

                           Sundays from 11:00 to 1:00 pm, Pay what you can for charity

Library hours:    Mondays to Fridays

                           From 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

                           Saturdays, September to May

                           From 9:30 am to 1:00 pm

Admission:          Admission is Free.

It is an art museum, and it was the residence of steel magnate Henry Clay Frick, consists of 16 galleries, during the tour you can visit all the rooms in the mansion, the hall, the staircase, the library, the interior garden walking etc. The decoration and environment does not leave anyone indifferent. The art collections that the owner chose are relaxing subjects such as portraits and landscapes, avoiding nude scenes, mythological or war.

Our advice:

There is an audio guided tour in Spanish for free.

Photography in the galleries, sculptures and furniture are not allowed, cell phones, radios or stereos either. Teaching is not allowed, only groups of six people or less are allowed to meet in the galleries to discuss the works quietly and without disturbing other visitors.

The museum and the library are accessible to visitors using wheelchairs or walkers, also has these items to people who request it.

The Frick Collection offers a limited number of private tours for small groups, groups are allowed only by appointment or previous reserve.

Children under ten years are not allowed because of the fragility of many objects that are not entirely supported and managed by cords and cabinets.

The cloakroom service is free. Packages, umbrellas and large bags should be left in the cloakroom.

Guggenheim Museum

Guggenheim Museum

Schedule:       Tuesdays - Wednesdays and Fridays

                      From 10:00 a.m. to 5:45 pm

                      Saturdays - Sundays and Mondays

                      From 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

                      Closed on Thursdays

Admission:     Ticket is required

                      Saturdays from 5:45 to 7:45 pm you can pay what you want for charity

The building itself became an artwork, from the street, the building appears to be a white tape wound into a cylindrical shape, slightly wider at the top to bottom, internally galleries form a spiral so the visitor can see art works while walking down the spiral ramp, like taking a walk, some criticisms made by artists who feel that the building overshadows the works exhibited there and it is difficult to properly hang the paintings.

Our advice:

This area is also known as the "Museum Mile", which houses the cultural and artistic spaces such as MET, MOMA, the Guggenheim Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Whitney Museum.

This area is also known as the "Museum Mile", which houses the cultural and artistic spaces such as MET, MOMA, the Guggenheim Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Whitney Museum.

Saturdays From 17 45 to 19:45 admission is by donation, you pay what you can.

Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)

Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)

Museum Schedule:            Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
                                       Friday and Saturday: 10:00 am - 9:00 PM
                                       Closed on holidays

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) is the second most visited museum in the world after the Louvre in Paris. The most important objects of the Metropolitan museum are treasures of classical cultures; The museum's collection is more than two million works of art from around all the world. 

To admire, there is a gallery of knights, weapons and armor, its the only of this kind in the United States, installed on the first floor. Visitors can get a dozen furnished rooms according to different periods of time.  Greek and Roman art is represented in more than 50,000 pieces, many philanthropists donated their collections of Asian art, so the Met contains more than 60,000 pieces of it, with a span of more than 4000 years. 

Although most of the Met on Egyptian art came from private collections, almost half of the current collection comes from discoveries made through archaeological excavations organized by the same museum. The Met has a collection of 5,000 musical instruments from all over the world. Sometimes you dont have time to stop and see one by one of this gems, so you should be selective, Roman and Egyptian's areas are really interesting as well as the pieces on the 2nd floor.

The Cloisters museum and gardens, it’s a branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe, was assembled from architectural elements, both domestic and religious, that largely date from the twelfth through the fifteenth century. For more information visit:

Our advice:

In order to make your visit to the Met successful we recommend not to take food and drinks, because are not allowed to enter the galleries, just plastic bottles of water are allowed at the museum’s admission, cameras are not allowed inside the museum, the use of pens in the galleries is prohibited. Strollers are usually allowed in all the galleries. In the cloakroom section, wheelchairs are offered. Backpacks and packages must be left in the cloakroom, but you can bring coats and a small umbrella to the galleries, if you want to avoid long lines, we recommend not to take backpacks or packages with you.

The Museum’s parking is located at Fifth Avenue and 80th Street, is open 24/7. There are spaces reserved for handicap visitors. In advance, it is possible to provide other facilities for handicap visitors traveling in larger vehicles. Call 212-879-5500, ext. 3561, from 9:00 to 17:00 pm, Monday through Friday. See ‘Getting Here’ section for rates and hours of parking.

The museum manages an entrance fee but can be paid according to your budget.
When visiting the museum, try to get a guide, so you do not miss anything.

Whitney Museum of American Art

Whitney Museum of American Art

Schedule:          Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday – Monday

                         10:30 am - 6:00 pm

                         Tuesday closed

                         Friday  Saturday

                         10:30 am – 10:00 pm


Admission:        It's free for under 18 years old.

                               Friday From 10:30am - 10:00pm By Donation 


The Museum is located on Madison Avenue with 75th Street Area is known as the "Museum Mile" because of the Cultural Spaces and Art that you can find in the area, it has a large collection - Nearly 18,000 works of art, highlighting works of an artists and Ongoing works of the first half century. The museum itself created the philosophy of giving to know the work of an artist who was well known and promote the work of avant-garde artists. The museum gives special attention to exhibit works of alive artists.


Our advice:

The entrance is located at 99 Gansevoort Street, all levels of the museum are accessible by elevator.

For visitors requiring manual wheelchairs are available for free at the admissions desk on the  1st floor or at the Register coats.

Museum of the City of New York

Museum of the City of New York

Hours:    Monday - Sunday 10am to 6pm


Founded in 1923 as a private corporation, nonprofit, Museum connects the past, present and future of New York, preserving original materials related to the history of the city. It serves the people of New York and visitors from around the world through exhibitions, schools, programs, publications and collections.

Collections: His collection of 1.5 million objects, mainly from the 19th and 20th century including paintings, photographs, toys, paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, costumes and many other objects that describe the history and evolution of the city. Click here you can get more information about your collection.

Exhibitions: The exhibitions have almost everything you ever wanted to know about the city, including exhibitions dedicated to the history of New York such as a major port with ship models and a statue of seven feet tall. Another gallery has recreations of rooms from different periods of colonial times.

You can view the exhibitions that are taking today by clicking here.

Tickets: People under 19 are free. You can check prices by clicking here.

Our advice:

  • If you're going to stay several days in the city or plan to visit several places of interest (including the museum) is a good idea to purchase the New York Pass.
  • It is especially recommended section of old toys (you can not miss dollhouses) and the exhibition "New York Interiors", where there are several full-scale mock-ups where you can see domestic environments between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries.
  • If you have time, the video "Timescapes" is very interesting. and it is projected every half hour lasts 25 minutes.
  • Visit the café, which has a nice view of Central Park.

Museum of Comic and Cartoon art (MOCCA)

Museum of Comic and Cartoon art (MOCCA)

The Museum of comic and cartoon art (Mocca) is an arts organization dedicated to the production and the history of cartoons, comics, cartoons, humorous illustration, political cartoons, graphic novels, and computer-generated art and other forms of art history, today acquired by the Society of illustrators. The permanent collection is composed of nearly 2,000 works of great names in American illustration. Gallery Hours are from 10:00am to 8:00 Tuesdays, from Wednesday to Friday from 10:00 to 5:00 pm, Saturday 12 pm to 4:00 pm. Entry is free to visitors on Tuesdays from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Once a month the Society of illustrators offers an elegant buffet lunch in the Hall of Fame, where it is surrounded by the permanent collection, at a cost per person, space is limited if you are going to attend a reservation is made in The Museum of cartoons works in the same building as the Society of illustrators and with the same times.

Jewish Museum of New York

Jewish Museum of New York

Schedule:   Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11 am to 5:45 pm

                    Thursday 11 am to 8 pm

                    Wednesday closed


It is the oldest Jewish museum in the world, offers a wealth of information to explain the cultural and historical significance through artifacts and works of art making it a wonderful learning experience. For a curious visitor is normal to take 3 or 4 hours watching all the museum's galleries.

Prices: To see your entry prices can go here

Exhibition: The museum has two permanent exhibitions Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey zone and Archeology: Discovering treasures from palaces and two playgrounds to the temporary exhibitions can consult by clicking here

Collections: Explore 4000 years of Jewish history through 30 thousand objects. Check out a sample of this collection by clicking here

Our advice:

  • Saturday admission is free, on Thursdays pay what you wish; admission by donation.
  • It is not allowed the entry of large bags and laptops.
  • Food and drink are not allowed in the exhibitions.
  • Photography without flash for non-commercial use is permitted.
Frick Collection
Guggenheim Museum
Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)
Whitney Museum of American Art
Museum of the City of New York
Museum of Comic and Cartoon art (MOCCA)
Jewish Museum of New York