One of the most iconic buildings in New York houses an internationally renowned art collection.
A visit to the Guggenheim is a unique experience unlike any offered by a conventional art gallery – architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the museum as a journey, with visitors walking up (or down) a gently sloping spiral. The galleries are divided like membranes in citrus fruit, with self-contained yet interdependent sections.
Visitors can view pieces by great artists like Picasso, Kandinsky and Miró at their own pace or join a tour to learn more about museum highlights, special exhibitions or the building itself. Alternatively, book a private viewing before or after museum hours and have this amazing spot entirely to yourself.