Fotografiska New York in New York, NY
281 Park Ave S • New York, NY 10010
Experience world-class photography inside a 19th-century landmark building in Midtown Manhattan’s Flatiron District. Fotografiska New York puts a modern twist on traditional museums with an atmosphere unlike any other! This all-new experience features rotating exhibitions that aim to inspire, entertain, and create impact.
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Fotografiska is open daily from 9:00 AM. Sunday–Wednesday until 9:00 PM and Thursday–Saturday until 11:00 PM. Last entry is one hour before closing. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Days.
Fotografiska New York is located in a historic landmark building in midtown's Flatiron District, at 281 Park Ave South at 22nd Street, New York, NY 10010.
Most guests spend about 1 to 1 ½ hours in the museum, plus more time if they shop in the Lobby Shop or have drinks or food at the Lobby Café, Veronika, or Chapel Bar.
There are several nearby paid parking lots including Champion Parking, Icon Parking, and the Manhattan Parking Gramercy Corp. Check out each garage's website to view their rates. Public transportation is also a great way to get to Fotografiska. The 23rd Street Station on the 6 and the R/W lines are the closest subway stations. Several city buses stop nearby, including the M1, M2, and M3. Citibike is available at the northeast corner at Park Ave S & 20th Street.
Yes. Photography is encouraged.
There is no specific dress code for Fotografiska, but casual wear is highly recommended.
Yes, the museum is fully wheelchair accessible.
Outside food and beverages are not permitted.
Fotografiska New York is a photography museum located in New York City. Founded in Stockholm in 2010, it features a variety of exhibition that showcase contemporary and historical photography from around the world.
This package includes general admission to Fotografiska plus a glass of bubbly, wine, beer, or a coffee/tea drink from the Lobby Bar. You can save up to 25%, and this package is not available on Fotografiska’s website. Inside tip: You can take your drink with you inside the museum and exhibitions.
The entire museum consists of seasonal rotating special exhibitions. Check the museum’s website for what is on view during your visit.
Yes, Fotografiska New York has four areas in the museum: The Lobby Car & Bar, Bar Veronika, Veronika Restaurant, and Chapel Bar - The Lobby Café & Bar: This is open to all guests. You can get drinks here and take them with you inside the museum or hang out in the lobby space. There are also some tables for seating. The menu includes small bites, sandwiches, pastries, and snacks as well as a full coffee and team menu, beer, wine and cocktails. - Veronika Restaurant: A gorgeous fine dining experience tucked away on the 2nd floor. Velvet furniture, high ceilings, ornate chandeliers evoke an elegant, European brasserie-style setting. Music and grand windows with views of the city create a lively, bohemian vibe that builds late into the night. Reservations and menus are available on the Fotografiska website. - Bar Veronika: Attached to Veronika restaurant, it is a small luxurious space with seating for bespoke, craft cocktails along with a variety of small plates. Reservations are required from the Fotografiska website. - Chapel Bar: Adjacent to Fotografiska New York, tucked away in a reimagined former 19th-century chapel, Chapel Bar is home to an after-dark lounge, complete with a stellar cocktail program, live events and performances — and the occasional confession. It is open for evening cocktails until late. Reservations required from the Fotografiska website.
Yes, it's complimentary.
Yes. Self-service coat and bag check is available.