Museums are now cleared to reopen starting as early as Monday, August 24, at a maximum of 25% capacity and with timed admissions.

My staff has compiled information about the museums which have announced plans. (At press time, these museums have NOT announced reopening; we’ll post their plans as we learn of them: Asia Society and Museum, National Museum of the American Indian NY.) The Frick Collection is closed for renovations.

NameTicketsCovid-19 ProtocolsReopening DateMisc. Information
The Met Fifth Avenue, August 29
The Met Cloisters, September 12
American Museum of Natural History, September 9
The Museum of Modern Art, August 27One month of free admission
Whitney Museum of American Art, September 3 Thursday, August 27 (Members and Whitney Education Community Advisory Network)Pay-what-you-wish admission through Tuesday, September 28
Museum of Jewish Heritage, September 9
Museum of the City of New York, August 27
New Museum, September 15Free admission through September 27
Tenament MuseumNO TICKETS YET
The New York Historical SocietyMuseum Tickets:
Outdoor Exhibition Tickets:, September 11
El Museo del Barrio, September 12
Fotografiska New York, August 28
American Folk Art Museum, August 28
9/11 Memorial Museum, September 12
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, September 25
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Members and Patrons: Wednesday, September 30. For General Public: Saturday, October 3
The Morgan Library & Museum, September 5
South Street Seaport Museum - The WavertreeOnly the tall ship Wavertree is open open on September 12, 19, 26