Tour Pricing





College Students

$100.00 for up to 25 students

$150.00 for up to 25 students


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Special Exhibition Tours We Offer

Superheroes in Gotham (October 09, 2015-February 21, 2016)

Since their introduction in the late 1930s, superheroes have been societal role models, inspirational and enviable. Through comic books, original drawings, posters, video clips, costumes, early merchandise, and props, Superheroes in Gotham will tell the story of comic book superheroes in New York City; the leap of comic book superheroes from print to radio, to television, and ultimately to film; the role of fandom, including the yearly mega-event known as New York Comic Con; and explore how superheroes continue to inspire the work of contemporary comic book artists, cartoonists, and painters in New York City..

Holiday Express: Toys and Trains from the Jerni Collection (October 30, 2015 – February 28, 2016)

The New-York Historical Society will be transformed this holiday season with the installation of a spectacular exhibit of treasures from the renowned Jerni Collection, now owned by the New-York Historical Society, of model trains, scenic elements and toys. The dynamic display will appeal to all age groups, showcasing the beauty and allure of toys from a bygone era.

Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York (November 13, 2015-April 10, 2016)

Long before Silicon Valley became synonymous with all things digital, New York was a hub for imagining, developing, and selling the technology that ultimately reshaped entertainment, commerce, and daily life. Featuring more than 180 artifacts from the late-1800s through the 1980s, Silicon City will use images, artifacts, interactives, and oral histories to look back at local innovations that were key to computer development.

Picasso's "Le Tricorne" (May 29, 2015 – Ongoing)

The New-York Historical Society is proud to unveil our newly acquired and conserved Picasso. Picasso painted the stage curtain for the two-act ballet Le Tricorne, which premiered on July 22, 1919, at the Alhambra Theatre in London. The exhibition positions Picasso's curtain in dialogue with paintings from the European tradition that provide background to the artist's work and exemplify the conventions he rebelled against. Other themes pivot around dance subjects and explore contemporary American paintings, sculpture, posters, and watercolors.

The Hirschfeld Century: The Art of Al Hirschfeld (May 22, 2015 – October 12, 2015)

Al Hirschfeld (1903–2003) brought a set of visual conventions to the task of performance portraiture when he made his debut in 1926. Now for the first time, nine decades of his art are collected in The Hirschfeld Century: The Art of Al Hirschfeld documenting Hirschfeld's life and career and, to a great extent, the history of the performing arts in the 20th century and beyond. Visitors will have the opportunity to trace this unique artist's evolution by viewing his own body of work, including drawings, paintings, selections from sketchbooks, ephemera, and video.

Permanent Exhibition Tours We Offer

Highlights of the Permanent Collection Tour

Explore our world-renowned permanent collection and learn about New York’s oldest museum via our one-of-a-kind highlights tour. Our specially trained guides will lead you through the Robert H. and Clarice Smith Gallery that showcases New York’s central role in the American Revolution and creation of the United States . The tour continues on the second floor where some of our more than 40,000 historical objects are used to tell the story of Gotham, from it's early days as a Dutch colony to the cosmopolitan metropolis it is today.
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