Unique museum showcases premier photographers from around the world in exhibits by both established and emerging artists.
About This Deal
- Single-day general admission to Fotografiska New York
- Tickets available:
- $19 Adult tickets - for ages 12–61 (without a student ID)
- $11 Senior tickets - for ages 62 and older
- $11 Student tickets - must present valid student ID with ticket upon arrival to museum
- Free admission for children under 12 (with a paying adult)
- The museum is wheelchair-accessible, there are also wheelchairs on-site that can be used during the visit (available on a first-come, first-served basis).
- Images are from current and past exhibitions, courtesy of Fotografiska New York. Exhibitions rotate regularly. Check the museum website for what is currently on view.
Fotografiska COVID-19 Precautions
- The museum is open Wednesday–Sunday, from 11am – 9pm. Admission to the museum is on a timed-entry basis, with an overall capacity limit of 25%.
- Purchasing a ticket in advance is recommended. Select visit date and entry time upon purchase. If visitors arrive at a date or time other than what is listed on their ticket, Fotografiska will accommodate their admission at the next available entry time (which is typically immediately or next entry time).
- Click here to learn more about the museum’s health and safety measures.
- Note that state and local guidelines are changing regularly. Please check Fotografiska’s website or contact them for their latest guidelines.
Need To Know
Founded in Stockholm in 2010, Fotografiska quickly became an internationally renowned destination for photography. This success allowed it to expand to Tallin, Estonia and to New York City, where it's located in a historic six-floor landmark building in the Flatiron District. The museum aims to inspire a more conscious world through the medium of photography by showcasing the works of both established and emerging artists. Its mission is to always stay an inclusive place that cultivates self expression and artistic innovation. With over 220 exhibitions to date globally (including Ren Hang, Annie Leibovitz, Robert Mapplethorpe, Sally Man, Bettina Rheims and many more artists), the museum does not have a permanent collection and is constantly changing its exhibits. Thanks to that, they are able to respond quickly to the current social issues.