Experience world-class art on an immersive journey inside a Renaissance revival-style landmark building in Midtown Manhattan’s Flatiron District. Fotografiska New York offers five floors of mind-expanding photography, putting a twist on traditional museums. 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 ― 9:00 PM. Last entry is one hour before closing. All exhibitions will be on view until 6:00 PM on the exhibition's final day.Where is Fotografiska New York located?
Fotografiska New York is located in a historic landmark building in midtown's Flatiron District, at 281 Park Ave South, New York, NY 10010.Is parking available nearby?
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.Can I bring my camera to Fotografiska New York?
Yes. Non-flash photography is permitted inside. Some exhibitions may not allow photos, but in those cases that will be specified in the exhibition.What should I wear?
There is no specific dress code for Fotografiska, but casual wear is highly recommended.Is Fotografiska New York wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the museum is wheelchair accessible.How long does it take to go through Fotografiska New York?
The tour is self-guided. Most visitors spend from 1 to 3 hours. Allow for at least 90 minutes.Can I bring my own food/beverages?
Outside food and beverages are not permitted.What is Fotografiska?
Fotografiska New York is a branch of the the Stockholm-based photography museum Fotografiska. However, it is anything but an ordinary museum. Fotografiska is a destination to discover world-class photography spanning various genres, in immersive environments.