MoMA & The MET


New York is a city dedicated to art Museums.

After all, it has the MoMA, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guggenheim, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Rubin Museum of Art, American Folk Art Museum, Brooklyn Museum, etc.

The Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum stand out as must-sees among the numerous museums.

Is MoMA the same as The Met?

No, MoMA and The Met are NOT the same tourist attraction.

MoMA is the Museum of Modern Art and focuses on Modern and Contemporary Art.

Meanwhile, The Met is the largest art museum in the United States, showcasing over 5,000 years of art belonging to various cultures and periods.

Visiting MoMA and The Met?

If you plan to visit the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and The Metropolitan Museum (The Met) in New York, it is better first to take this 90-minute orientation tour.

You will meet your tour guide for a Fifth Avenue and Central Park orientation tour. 

At the end of the tour, you will have entrance tickets to two of the most popular museums in NYC – MOMA & the Met. 

The local art guide would have also shared so much about the art museums that you will be ready to explore them independently. 

This exploratory tour starts at 9.30 am, 11.30 am, and 1.30 pm, and on the tour booking page, you can select your favorite slot. 

Tour prices

Adult ticket (12+ years): US$ 125
Child ticket (2 to 11 years): US$ 109

If you don’t want an orientation tour, you can also book the self-guided tour of MoMA and the self-guided tour of The Met.

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