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Book Now: $11 for Admission for One Adult to Museum of Arts and Design, Through Feb 13, 2022 ($18 Value)

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Book today. Museum showcases modern art and design from world-famous artists that combine artisan crafts, jewelry, and other types of media

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Dalia
1 ratings1 reviews
September 30, 2021
Great!
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Jennifer
1 ratings1 reviews
September 26, 2021
Nice, compact, venue which could be covered in as little as an hour. Wonderful museum shop if u like unique goods with clever design, although very pricy for the most part.
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Marlene
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September 22, 2021
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Micah
1 ratings1 reviews
September 19, 2021
The story behind some of the art pieces I found quite interesting and allowed for questions on the countless components that influenced the artist of some of the pieces. Getting the background and small summary of the artist struggle in creating thier art makes me want to know more about the artist.
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Charisma
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September 5, 2021
was a cool vibe, very interesting
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Michele
1 ratings1 reviews
September 5, 2021
Had no issues with online ordering. They also had my name at the front desk. Came to see the Fisher Dollhouse and was pleasantly surprised they had a hands-on demonstration on making miniatures out of chocolate! So much fun! They other exhibits were very diverse with different types of materials such as glass and rope. Also enjoyed the jewelry exhibit. Thank you for a fun day in NYC!
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Robyntop reviewer
9 ratings6 reviews
August 31, 2021
amazing museum--and I don't even like most museums! Lovely design, spacious and well laid out, 7 floors to stroll through and enjoy!
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Sviatlana
11 ratings1 reviews
August 22, 2021
It was a very positive experience. Especially enjoyed a craft event on the 5th floor.
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About This Deal

  • Current exhibitions include stained glass works of Brian Clarke: The Art of Light, Beth Lipman’s glassworks: Collective Elegy, and a group exhibit: 45 Stories in Jewelry.

  • Free admission for kids under 18 with a paying adult
  • Amenities: museum shop
  • NYC Vaccine Mandate In accordance with the Mayor of New York City’s Emergency Executive Order, all visitors over the age of twelve must provide proof of vaccination against Covid-19 and a valid I.D. to enter the building. Face coverings are also required for all visitors over the age of two and staff. Please review New York City guidelines, including accepted proofs of vaccination, before you arrive. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Promotional value expires Feb 13, 2022. ALL SALES FINAL. No refunds. Limit 10 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. This is a ticket. Must provide first and last name at checkout to be shared to complete the transaction. Free admission for kids under 18 with a paying adult. Not valid with any other offers or discounts. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Museum of Arts and Design

Museum of Arts and Design Situated at the intersection of contemporary craft, art, and design, the Museum of Arts and Design explores the way that artists and designers from around the world translate ideas in masterpieces – from traditional to bleeding-edge. At its stunning Columbus Circle location, visitors marvel at its glass-and-terracotta exterior before exploring rotating exhibitions that range from jewelry and delicate glass works to ceramics to architectural designs and furniture. This meshing of masterpieces has attracted more than a million visitors to the Museum since it opened in its current location in 2008. The Museum’s jewelry collection – much of which is permanently on view in the galleries – illustrates the transformation that took place in the world of studio jewelry from post–World War II to today, while woodwork by generations of well-known artists charts the evolution from hand-carved pieces to astonishing works of machine-aided art. Also, the Museum’s flagship Artist Studio Program gives visitors a behind-the-scenes view of emerging and mid-career artists and designers at work.