Includes VIP early admission to MOMA
Get advice from your guide on many great places to visit for lunch after the tour
We will meet in midtown and walk together to each destination. We visit many famous destinations and culturally significant sites in midtown Manhattan. We bring you into the world famous Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) at 930am, a full hour before it opens to public at 1030am. We visit Vincent Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” painting and other MOMA treasures. Guides are available to assist guests with directions or recommendations for nearby lunch after the tour is over.
MOMA (VIP entry)
Visit Museum of Modern Art, considered the leading museum of modern art in the world; Avoid lines and crowded galleries and enter an hour before it open to the public
Vincent Van Gogh's "The Starry Night"
See Vincent Van Gogh's finest work which is also one of the most recognized paintings in the history of Western culture
Public Art in Private Places
We'll explore hidden art and installations in places that most New Yorker's would never know to look
Walk through the buildings and plazas of Rockefeller Center, home to the famous ice skating rink, NBC studios, the Christmas Tree and much much more
St. Patricks Cathedral
Learn about the architecture, design, history and recent $200M restoration of this magnificent church
Christie's Auction House
Peek inside the world famous auction house and maybe even sit in on an art auction. Just remember not to raise your hand!
Tiffany & Co.
Whether its baseball sized diamonds, delicate stained glass, or the creation of the most iconic image of NY, Tiffany & Co. has a glittering, glamorous story to tell
Above list is just a sample of a few of the places you will visit. Your guide may amend the tour as they see fit to improve the experience we provide for our customers
Greg K. from Columbus, OH
"I had been to MOMA before and had to wait in huge lines to get into a very busy museum. This tour got us in an hour before the public which I didn't even know was possible. This is the only way to see MOMA- Do it!"