So when it’s raining or too cold to be outside is definitely the best time to go museum-hopping. Regardless the weather there is always something exciting to do in NYC as discover Frank Lloyd Wright’s New York Masterpiece
I had the opportunity to visit the Guggenheim Museum and it was an amazing experience. Definitely a must-visit museum as part of your architectural journey in New York. The Guggenheim Museum is a masterpiece of modern architecture and one of the greatest works of Frank Lloyd Wright. The building itself is totally amazing. From its pure white envelope to fine details in the structure, furniture design, exhibition space and layout, lights, and of course the rotunda, a 400-meter long concrete ramp attached to the exterior walls.
Many people visit the museum to admire the architecture but the museum also features great contemporary art exhibitions. Take a look of the Thannhauser Collection which includes works of Picasso, Kandinsky, Joan Miró, and more.
For general admission information visit the museum website and be aware that every Saturday, from 5–8 pm, you can pay what you wish for admission. Suggested admission is $10 and the last ticket is issued at 7:30 pm. Make time and plan your visit and make sure you start from the top floor!