Please see below for frequently asked questions regarding membership at the Guggenheim. For other queries not covered here, please e-mail membership@guggenheim.org or call 212 423 3535.

Becoming a Member

Q: How do I become a member?
A: You can join or renew online, call 212 423 3535, or visit us on-site at the Membership Desk or the Guggenheim Store.

Q: Do you offer membership discounts for seniors, students, or artists?

A: Yes. We offer a 15% discount on Individual and Dual memberships for seniors (aged 65 and over,) students, and working artists. You must send proof of status (photo ID with your date of birth, student ID, or an artist statement or resume) with your membership application by e-mail: membership@guggenheim.org, fax: 212 423 3772, or mail: Membership Office, Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128

Q: Can I apply multiple membership discounts to my membership?
A: Please note that we apply one discount per membership. This applies to new and renewing members and gift memberships.

Membership Cards

Q: Why haven’t I received my membership card yet?
A: Membership materials are shipped 5-10 business days after the membership gift has been received. If it has been more than 10 business days since your payment, please contact us at membership@guggenheim.org or 212 423 3535 to request a replacement card.

Q: I lost my membership card. How do I get a replacement? Do I need my membership card to gain entry to the museum?

A: Please contact us at membership@guggenheim.org or 212 423 3535 to request replacement cards. In the meantime, when you visit the museum, please check-in at the Membership Desk and provide your name and a photo ID.

Member Benefits

Q: Do members receive free admission to museum events?
A: Members can reserve free or discounted tickets for public and education programs, including Works & Process performances. Family Programs are free to Family and Kids Club members. Member party and private view invitations admit the member and a guest and RSVP is not required. More information is available on our Calendar.

Q: Do members receive free admission to Art After Dark?

A: For Art After Dark, Individual members are admitted for free. A total of two people may enter for free on each membership at the Dual level and above. Please note that Corporate members are not granted free admission to member events unless the individual is in possession of a Corporate Courtesy Card. For questions regarding Corporate Courtesy Cards, please e-mail the Corporate Membership Department at corporatemembership@guggenheim.org or call 212 423 3521.

Q: Does my membership get me into the other Guggenheim museums around the world?

A: Yes. Members receive free admission at all Guggenheim museums (New York, Venice, and Bilbao).

Q: Does my membership get me into any other museums?

A: Members at the Fellow Associate level and above receive reciprocal membership at over 30 museums and Frank Lloyd Wright sites in the U.S. Members at the Patrons Circle level and above also receive Art Pass cards, which admit two to select international museums.

More Information

Q: What are the Museum's hours of operation?
A: See Plan Your Visit.

Q: Who should I call with other questions?
A: For the Membership Department: 212 423 3535
For Box Office tickets to Public Programs and Works & Process: 212 423 3575
For Visitor Services: 212 423 3618
For the Guggenheim Store: 800 329 6109
For the Young Collectors Council: 212 423 3534
For the Patrons Circle: 212 423 3624
For Special Events: 212 423 3670
For Corporate Membership: 212 423 3521
For Human Resources: 212 423 3529

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Plan Your Visit

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue
(at 89th Street)
New York, NY 10128-0173
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Hours & Ticketing

See Plan Your Visit for more information on ticketing, including holiday hours.

Adults $25
Students and Seniors (65 years +) with valid ID $18
Children under 12 Free
Members Free


Multimedia Guides

Multimedia guides are free with admission.

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