- Isamu Noguchi
- Akari & Shop
Museum admission is free October 21–25 in celebration of the release of the Museum’s mobile guide, sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies.
Admission is free on November 6 for Free First Friday.
We are now welcoming timed reservations through November 15.
Members & Free Partnerships
Schedule a visit anytime by contacting email@example.com or 718.204.7088 ext 216. Please specify the preferred date and time, the names of all guests, and a contact phone number.
Visitors with Disabilities
If you or your family member are part of a vulnerable community or have a disability and would like to visit, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718.204.7088 ext 205 to schedule.
Free admission on the first Friday of every month. Tickets are released two weeks before each date. Free with ID for:
The Museum is currently accepting guests at a limited capacity, with no in-person programs or events. All visits must be scheduled in advance.
We offer a morning and afternoon session for visitors, and close for an hour mid-day for a thorough cleaning of all spaces. Enhanced cleaning will take place throughout the day.
If you feel unwell, have been exposed to COVID-19, or have visited a high infection area within the last 14 days, please do not visit the Museum for everyone’s safety.
Visitors (ages 2+) and staff are required to wear snugly fitting masks that cover the nose and mouth. Bandannas and neck gaiters are not acceptable. Masks are required at all times and in all areas, including the garden.
Stay at least six feet apart from different households.
The Cafe and all drinking fountains are closed. Please bring your own water bottle. No food is permitted in the Museum.
Coat check is closed. Please do not bring children’s bicycles, folding bicycles, scooters, parcels, or large backpacks.
Laminated walking guides have been removed from the galleries. Download area guides on this page. Single-use printed exhibition brochures, walking guides, and family guides in English, Spanish, and Japanese are also available at the entry. Our mobile guide is available in the Bloomberg Connects app.
The Shop is temporarily relocating to the more spacious lower-level studio.
There is a risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public space. The Noguchi Museum cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to COVID-19 during your visit, and by entering the Museum you assume the risk of such exposure.
If requested by a government health authority, we may share your name and email address with them for COVID-19 contact tracing purposes only. If you do not want your name or email address used for these purposes, please email email@example.com.
The Noguchi Museum reserves the right to refuse entry or require that visitors leave the premises if they do not follow safety guidelines or instructions from our staff.
The Noguchi Museum is wheelchair accessible. A wheelchair and portable seating are available at the Museum entry desk. Service animals are welcome in the Museum. Transcripts of archival content are available by request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Explore the Museum with our free mobile guide available on the Bloomberg Connects app.
Family Activity Guides
The nearest bicycle racks are located at Socrates Sculpture Park, two blocks north across Vernon Boulevard.
Smoking, including electronic cigarettes, is not permitted anywhere on the grounds.
At all times, please move with awareness and consideration of fellow visitors’ enjoyment of the Museum, and for the safety of the artworks and plantings.
The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum grants permission for photography for personal use only in the Museum’s galleries, sculpture garden and indoor/outdoor pavilion, with the following restrictions:
Tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, flashes, reflectors, other lighting equipment, and large format cameras (4×5) are prohibited.
Media recorded at the Museum may not be used commercially, i.e. in any print or digital publication, newspaper, magazine, multimedia, or social media or blog post that is sponsored and/or promoting a commercial product; or be sold, reproduced, transferred, distributed, or otherwise exploited in any manner.
Any non-commercial photography for school projects requires advance permission, at a minimum of 24 hours before arrival at the Museum.
Costume changes, prolonged posing with and/or blocking artworks, and other characteristics of photo shoots are not permitted. At all times, please move with awareness and consideration of fellow visitors’ enjoyment of the Museum, and for the safety of the artworks and plantings.
The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum reserves the right to withhold and/or withdraw permission to photograph or record video in the Museum, at any time and for any reason.