5th Avenue & 90th Street
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
The National Academy founded in 1825
as the national academy of design, is not only a museum, is also an artists' honorary association and an art school.
The permanent collection showcases paintings, sculptures, graphic art and architectural designs.
A separate section holds a collection of treasures from the Renaissance
.The Academy houses the largest American art collection
from the 19th and 20th centuries.
The collection includes over 5000 works
in almost every artistic style of the past two centuries, and includes portraiture from the Federal Period, naturalistic landscapes of the Hudson River School
and the studies of light of American Impressionism
The figurative arts account the diversity of art-periods, national experience, individual creativity and community values. Inside the museum you will find paintings, sculptures, textiles
and more. (Tapestries, etc)
The National Academy Museum Hours
Monday and Tuesday: closed
Wednesday - Sunday 11AM – 6PM
Closed: 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day.
Admission The National Academy Museum
Seniors (65 and over with ID) $7
Students (full-time with current ID) $7
Children under 12 Free
Map and Surroundings
The Saving Passes including the entrance to the Museums and Attractions
Traveling to New York? 3 Articles to learn how to get around the city
Read our Top-3 Articles
to learn how to get around New York City using Public Transportation.