Visit The MOMA’s Sculpture Garden For Free


On a recent visit to the MOMA, I noticed the queuing system had changed…it seemed they were only checking tickets to go upstairs, rather than also on the ground floor of the museum…the floor that houses the sculpture garden.  I asked at the information desk, and sure enough, the garden is now free to the general public during all museum hours (meaning you can skip the hefty $25 admittance fee that was previously charged for garden entrance!)

Besides just being a lovely place to sit with a good book (and goodness knows we need all the green space we can get in Midtown!), the garden is also home to pieces by some names you’ve probably heard once or twice…Picasso and Matisse ring a bell?  Here’s a few of my favorite shots from the inside.

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By: Jessica Tiare Bowen


This post is part of Travel Photo Thursday at Budget Travelers Sandbox




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