What an incredible gallery!
You can’t visit New York without seeing the The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum.
This Frank Lloyd Wright architectural masterpiece was completed in 1959 and since then has been attracting as many visitors to see the sweeping curves of his famous design as to view the exhibitions it holds.
The gallery owns an impressive collection of paintings from Impressionism through to Contemporary Art which are on permanent display whilst special exhibitions are shown for a limited time. If you are in New York at the moment, there are still a few days left to see their current exhibition, Picasso in Black and White, that has been getting rave reviews.
Whatever you do, don’t miss it!
The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Ave (at 89th St)
Open everyday except Thursday from 10am. Closing times vary. Entrance fees apply but on a Saturday, after 5.45, you can pay as much as you wish. Tip: Go early as the queues can be long!
For further information or to purchase tickets online, please see their web site: Guggenheim Museum
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