Admission for Two or Four, or One-Year Membership to El Museo del Barrio (Up to 56%Off). Four Options.

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In a Nutshell

Latino cultural center in New York City hosts exhibitions, cultural celebrations, and educational programs

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. New members only. Must activate prior to expiration date on voucher; membership expires 12 months from activation date. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Four Options

$10 for admission for two (up to $18 value)
$18.50 for admission for four (up to $36 value)
$36.50 for admission for two and a Latin American art gift basket (up to $83value)
$77.50 for a one-year Supporter membership and a set of Latin American postcards ($110 value)

The one-year Supporter membership includes: 

  • Free gallery admission for member and a guest
  • Invitations to all exhibition opening receptions
  • Priority seating at select performances and discounted tickets to member events
  • 10% discount at La Tienda and El Café
  • Invitation to a guided exhibition tour
  • Reciprocal admission at select museums across the country

El Museo del Barrio

If you studied the art collections at mainstream museums more than 45 years ago, you would notice a dearth of Latino artists. Feeling that this was unacceptable, artist and educator Raphael Montañez Ortiz and a coalition of artists, educators, parents, and activists founded El Museo del Barrio New York in 1969. The museum has since been committed to celebrating and showcasing Latino culture and art, thus becoming a cornerstone of el barrio (a.k.a. the neighborhood).

Today, El Museo del Barrio has a spacious permanent home and an expansive permanent collection of more than 8,000 objects of Caribbean, Latino, and Latin American art spanning more than 800 years. These include pre-Columbian Taíno artifacts, 20th-century drawings, paintings, sculptures, and installations, and photographs, documentaries, and videos.

El Museo del Barrio honors the Latino community not only through art, but also through annual cultural celebrations such as the Day of the Dead and the Three Kings Day Parade. Additionally, throughout the year, the museum hosts talks with exhibiting artists, film screening, performances, and more.

Customer Reviews

Super cool place; the art was top notch and even got to speak to one of the artists on display. Really good place to get educated on Caribbean history!
Henry M. · May 16, 2017
Awesome space! Def worth it!
Jazmin L. · September 15, 2016
Great museum with interesting exhibits- I went expressly for the Antonio Lopez exhibit which was really good and is a must see for folks interested in fashion and illustration, not to mention NY in the 70's and 80's! Loved the great pics of young Grace Jones, Jerry Hall and the Rock Steady Crew!
Mya W. · June 24, 2016

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