Box Office Information
BUY EVENT TICKETS
Call the box office at 212 423 3575, Mon–Fri
Visit the admission desk 30 minutes before Public Programs and one hour before Works & Process events begin (subject to availability).
Works & Process tickets may be purchased by mail or fax through the season brochure. To download the brochure, visit worksandprocess.org.
Tickets may be picked up at the box office when purchased online or over the phone. Ticket sale number may be shared with another party for pick up at the box office if original ticket buyer is unable to attend the event. Please call the box office at 212 423 3575 to make these arrangements.
Hold and Release of Tickets for Accessible Seating
When all non-accessible seats have been sold, tickets for accessible seats may be sold to members of the general public who do not need the specific features of accessible seats.
Sold Out Events
In the case of a sold out event, standby numbers are available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning 30 minutes before the start of Public Programs and one hour before the start of Works & Process. Each person is given one number (good for one ticket), and may hold a number for one other person. After ticket-holders have been seated, numbers will be called in order and stand-by tickets will be sold as space allows. For sold out Works & Process performances, additional tickets may also be released two days prior to the performance and will be available for public sale. Please contact 212 423 3575 for more information.
Guggenheim members are offered advance ticket access for select events. Information on member presales is sent exclusively by e-mail. To sign up for members’ e-mail, write to email@example.com or call 212 423 3535.
Guggenheim members receive special ticket privileges, including ticket discounts and presale access for select performances, depending on the event and level of membership. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
For Public Programs, a limited number of free student tickets are available and must be reserved online in advance of the event; a valid student ID must be presented at the box office in order to claim a free student ticket. Once the capacity for free student tickets has been reached or if the event is sold out, students may purchase an advance or standby ticket at the listed discount price.
For Works & Process, $10 student rush tickets for students under 25 years old with valid student ID are available one hour prior to the event if space allows. For availability, call the box office at 212 423 3575 on the day of the performance.
Reserved seating is available only for Works & Process events in the Peter B. Lewis Theater (see seating chart). Ticket buyers may select their own seats based on availability when purchasing online or by phone via the box office at 212 423 3575. When purchasing Works & Process tickets by mail or fax, best available seats are assigned by the box office.
Obstructed view seats are available at a discounted price for Works & Process events in the Peter B. Lewis Theater. These seats have partial visibility of the stage and are available by calling the box office at 212 423 3575.
Standing room only tickets are available for select events in the Museum Rotunda when indicated on the event description.
Wheelchair accessible seating is available for all events at the Guggenheim. Please call the box office to reserve wheelchair accessible seats at 212 423 3575.
There is no late seating for Public Programs or Works & Process at the Guggenheim events.
Problems Purchasing Tickets
Call the box office at 212 423 3575.
Tickets cannot be reissued for Public Programs or Works & Process at the Guggenheim events.
Refunds and Exchanges
There are no refunds or exchanges for Public Programs or Works & Process at the Guggenheim events.
The museum reserves the right to cancel events and all events are subject to change. In the case of a canceled event, a ticket to an alternative program or a full refund will be issued.
Sign up for event updates and special offers by e-mail at guggenheim.org/enews.
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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue
(at 89th Street)
New York, NY 10128-0173
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