281 Park Ave South

New York

Five floors of mind-expanding photography

Fotografiska New York is the NYC location of the renowned Stockholm-based destination for the world’s best photography. Founded in 2010, Fotografiska was built on the foundation of photography as a haven for inclusivity and free expression.


Our goal is to inspire a more conscious world through the art of photography. We showcase the greatest photographers, whether they’re emerging artists or already established internationally.


The building is a registered landmark built in 1894 and originally named “The Church Mission House”. We’ve renovated this iconic jewel to be a new experience of world-class art, cultural events, retail, and epicurean dining, in an awe-inspiring space.


Members enjoy unlimited free entry, anytime.


  • Adult $30
  • Senior (62+) $20
  • Student (with ID) $20
  • Military / Veteran (with ID) $20
  • Children 6 and Under Free


Sunday to Tuesday
9:00 AM ― 9:00 PM

Wednesday to Saturday
9:00 AM ― 11:00 PM


The museum will be closed on November 24th for Thanksgiving.


Last entry is one hour before closing.

All exhibitions will be on view until 6:00 PM on the final day of the exhibition.


To bring our community fantastic events sometimes our exhibitions and museum floors are temporarily unavailable:

11/7: 6th Floor Closed for Private Event (2-8 PM)

11/24: Museum Closed for Thanksgiving

12/24: Museum Closing at 5 PM for Christmas Eve

12/25: Museum Closed for Christmas


Fotografiska New York is open to the public and to members with guidelines in place for the safety and well-being of our guests and staff. We’ve maintained our heightened cleaning and sanitization measures throughout the museum and encourage guests and members to book timed entry tickets in advance.

In accordance with Key to NYC,  visitors are no longer required to show proof of vaccine upon entry. However, we do highly encourage guests to receive their vaccine boosters, stay masked indoors, and maintain a respectful distance between others during their visit.



Adult: $25  (reg. $30)
Senior: $16 (reg. $20)
Student: $16 (reg. $20)

For 10 or more guests. Contact groups.ny@fotografiska.com to receive more information and book your group visit.

Guided Tour

Add a 1-hour Private Guided Tour: Create a special visit with a guided tour conducted by one of our knowledgeable and passionate Fotografiska staff. The tour covers one of the three floors of David LaChapelle: make BELIEVE, plus a short introduction about Fotografiska and its landmark building. After the tour, explore the remainder of the exhibition and museum on your own.

Weekdays: $150 per tour guide
Weekends: $225 per tour guide
Up to 20 people + museum admission per person

Group Reservation Details

  • Group prices are inclusive of tax and gratuity, when applicable.
  • 21 and older for alcohol items on Drink Tickets.
  • Pending availability until reservation request is confirmed.
  • Payment required before visit date. Additional details provided with confirmation.
  • Group rates available for qualified tour operator companies. Contact us for details.

Drink Tickets

Make your group visit extra special and save with purchasing drink tickets in advance. Add Drink Tickets for your Group for only $12 per ticket inclusive of tax and gratuity. Your choice of a glass of bubbly, wine, beer, soda, tea, or drip coffee.

Your group can enjoy their drinks anywhere in the museum, including on exhibition floors.

Plan Your Visit


We are located at  at 281 Park Ave South, New York, NY 10010. If you prefer to drive, there are several public parking lots close by:

Champion Parking

36 E 21st St, New York, NY
(212) 473-9365

Icon Parking

41-47 E 21st St, New York, NY
(212) 674-9528

Manhattan Parking Gramercy Corp.

32 Gramercy Park S # 1, New York, NY
(212) 533-0863

Public Transit

Public transportation is a great way to get to Fotografiska.  The closest subway stations are the 23rd Street Station on the 6 and the R/W lines

Several city buses stop nearby, including the M1, M2 and M3

Citibike available at the northeast corner at Park Ave S, & 20th Street

Plan Your Route