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The Whitney is a must-see art museum in New York City, located at the southern entrance of the High Line in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. The Museum’s unparalleled collection features masterpieces by iconic American artists, including Edward...more
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Hours Today: 10:30 - 18:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
99 Gansevoort Street, New York City, NY 10014-1404
All reviews the high line permanent collection grant wood renzo piano edward hopper meatpacking district andy warhol great collection several floors the meat packing district great building interesting exhibits hudson river worth the trip chelsea market new york highline
New York City is blessed with many great museums, but this one should be last on your list. Not worth the admittance price. The walk on the high line for free is worth more in this visitors opinion. And we love, seriously love NYC
The New Whitney is right off the Highline. The outsides spaces offer amazing views of New York and some very ugly art.
The building is beautiful but most of the floors are empty.
A large amount of the space is « Staff rooms « .
We enjoyed the exhibit at the Whitney....thought-provoking theme regarding our country’s history with labor. We then walked the Highline which has become more beautiful each time we have visited. It took us directly to the Vessel, a stunning architectural structure in Hudson Yards. We climbed...More
The exhibition rooms are great. Most floors even have an outdoor terrace.
Their Untitled Restaurant, next to the lobby, is good for a light meal. Great service. Casual. (Not inexpensive. No tipping).
We saw the Whitney Biennial exhibition. We were glad we were there for...More
Nice facility, good restaurants. The quality of the exhibits will obviously vary depending on the artists. My dislike of a recent exhibit centered on the fact that it centered more on political statements than quality of the artwork.
We loved the Whitney Museum, the building, the way they incorporate the skyline and city into the museum via terraces off every floor, and of course, the delightful/intriguing, thought-provoking art (we were there during the Biennial). We even loved the elevators, an immersive art experience....More
This weekend was the last of the museum's biennial. We are members and walked right in, but there weren't any significant lines Saturday afternoon. The curators normally have some cohesive message and since it's not a gigantic museum I am a bit confused as to...More
Stretching from Sixth Avenue to the Hudson River, the West Village is one of the city’s most coveted addresses. Full of trendy shops, historic taverns, and cozy restaurants set amid 19th century architecture, this neighbourhood has a unique old-world feel. You won’t find a more picturesque location in Manhattan. Without the traditional city grid layout, it’s easy to get lost here, but that’s part of the fun as you
stroll down elegant narrow streets with beautiful brownstones. When you need a break, you can always stop in at one of the many quaint eateries or cafes to soak in the atmosphere, or head to the western edge of the neighborhood to enjoy magnificent waterfront views while taking a leisurely walk in Hudson River Park.
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Normally, the admission is:
18 and Under
Membership costs $90, so you have to decide how often you would go, and you could then go any time and not have to fight the crowds on Friday. I... More
Normally, the admission is:
18 and Under
Membership costs $90, so you have to decide how often you would go, and you could then go any time and not have to fight the crowds on Friday. I personally would not pay less than $20 as an adult or $15 as a senior. It is an excellent museum in a good neighborhood, so you could go down to the Hudson while there. The museum cafe was reasonable and pleasant. The museum is definitely worth a visit, and to be honest, I made my first visit only recently and joined, despite the fact that I've been in the city since 1972!