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Rubin Museum of Art
Situated in New York City’s lively Chelsea neighborhood, the Rubin Museum of Art is an urban arts oasis that promotes learning and inspires personal links to the cultures, art, and ideas of the Himalayas, India, and neighboring regions.
The Rubin displays art that traverses Asia’s diverse cultures, regions, and narratives. The Museum’s unique exhibitions celebrate art forms that range from ancient to contemporary. One of the Rubin's most popular installations is the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room, from the Sacred Spaces exhibition.
Visitors are invited to stop by the Rubin’s Café Serai, where they’ll discover a variety of Asian snacks and tea blends to indulge in the fragrances of the Himalayas
Families can drop into the Museum on Sundays between 1:00–4:00 PM for casual art-making and free family-friendly activities. Designed for children ages 3 and up with accompanying adults, the art activities change monthly and connect with the art and ideas of the Himalayas.
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What you should know
- 20% off all entry prices except group tickets
- No pre-purchase necessary. Simply present the coupon at the attraction
- Each coupon is valid for one to six people
- Please check opening dates and times before your visit
Prices and discounts
Rubin Museum of Art Discount and Prices
|Regular price||with coupon|
Rubin Museum of Art Opening Times.
Closed Christmas Day, Thanksgiving, and New Year’s Day.
|Opening - Closing|
|Monday||11:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||11:00 - 21:00|
|Thursday||11:00 - 17:00|
|Friday||11:00 - 22:00|
|Saturday||11:00 - 18:00|
|Sunday||11:00 - 18:00|
150 West 17th Street, New York, NY 10011, US
Exhibitions & Events
The following events are included with your entry ticket:
Masterworks, a regularly changing exhibition at the Rubin, explores major strands in the development of Himalayan art, covering a period of over one thousand years.
Masterworks is organized geographically, showcasing the diverse regional traditions of western Tibet, central Tibet, eastern Tibet, and Bhutan in relation to the neighboring areas of India, Kashmir, Nepal, China, and Mongolia.
Learn to listen with your whole body. Visitors will explore how sound and our sense of hearing shape our daily lives, our traditions, our history, and all of existence.
Featuring work by more than 20 artists, The World Is Sound juxtaposes new site-specific commissions and works by prominent contemporary sound artists with historical objects from the museum’s collection of Tibetan Buddhist art to encourage reflection on how we listen and to challenge entrenched ways of thinking.
The Museum space itself will become an instrument of transformation.
Across the globe people use ritual and spiritual practice to connect with worlds beyond their immediate experience. This iteration of Sacred Spaces is dedicated to a selection of these transcendent and devotional practices.
The Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room re-creates an immersive sacred space in which visitors can encounter Himalayan art as it is used in practice.