Group Tour Pricing
Tourism Professionals receive 20% off all rates (adult, senior and college)
||GROUP WITH GUIDED TOUR
||$100 for up to 25 students
||$150 for up to 25 students
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New Special Group Tour
Alexander Hamilton: The Untold Story
Discover the man who, from modest beginnings, became the founder of the nation's financial system and the Federalist Party, chief staff aide to General George Washington, and one of the most influential interpreters and promoters of the U.S. Constitution. Through an exploration of objects from the New-York Historical Society’s Permanent Collection and The Gilder Lehrman Collection, and documents from the Patricia D. Klingenstein Library, Hamilton Tours will acquaint visitors with an in-depth portrayal of a statesman and visionary whose life inspired discussion and controversy and shaped the America we live in 200 years after his death.
(May 5, 2016-ongoing)
Special Exhibition Tours
traces the slow indoctrination of citizens, both non-Jewish and Jewish, through words and images that were seen daily in Germany. The exhibition also speaks to how New York and America’s demographic changed substantially in the wake of European anti-Semitism, underscoring the old adage about the importance of history: how it is impossible to understand who we are today without knowing from where we came.
Since the publication of Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! in 2003, Willems has amassed an impressive list of New York Times best-selling adventures that have garnered him three Caldecott Honors, two Geisel Medals, five Geisel Honors, and an inaugural spot in the Picture Book Hall of Fame. The Art and Whimsy of Mo Willems exhibition brings together original art, sketches, and inspirational drawings from Willem's most popular series. The artist's ability to crisply weave together life lessons and humor creates artful volumes that speak to all, regardless of size.
The avant-garde sculptor Elie Nadelman (1882-1946) is widely recognized for his elegant, modernist works. Less familiar is the pioneering folk art collection he established with his wife, an impressive trove of some 15,000 objects that was purchased by the New-York Historical Society in 1937. The Folk Art Collection of Elie and Viola Nadelman
will celebrate their extraordinary trove with the first major examination of the collection. N-YHS’s holdings will be exhibited alongside loans of key Nadelman sculptures to illuminate the intersection between folk art and modernism.
The first major armed campaign for the colonies after declaring independence from Great Britain, the Battle of Brooklyn stands as the largest single battle of the Revolutionary War, and one that would loom large in George Washington’s consciousness. Through 90 objects and documents, including Hugh Gaine’s printing of the Declaration of Independence, a camp bed used by George Washington during the war, Thomas Paine’s Common Sense, and a rare hunting shirt that became the first ‘uniform’ of the Continental Army, The Battle of Brooklyn and the Fall of New York will present the dramatic story of the near-disaster that both threatened and abetted the outcome of the war for American independence.
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.
Permanent Exhibition Tours We Offer
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.