Plan Your Visit

 

TRAVEL ADVISORY

 

New York State Covid-19 Travel Advisory requires visitors from certain states to quarantine for 14 days. If you are traveling to NYC from any of these states, visitors are required to complete the online Travel Health Form.

 

TICKETS

 

For the health and safety of our community, all visitors must reserve a free ticket at least 24 hours in advance, but as always admission is free.

 

Tickets can be reserved HERE for time slots between 1:00 and 6:00 PM, Wednesday to Sunday.  The 1:00 and 1:30 PM time slots are reserved for seniors and high-risk individuals only. We strongly suggest arriving at your scheduled time. You may not be able to enter immediately should you arrive earlier or later.

 

So the Museum can safely remain open, we require that all visitors follow the safety guidelines and protocols outlined below. The Bronx Museum reserves the right to ask visitors who do not follow these guidelines to leave the Museum's premises.

 

To read more about how the Bronx Museum is reducing risk of the spread of COVID-19, please click HERE.

 

SAFETY GUIDELINES AND PROTOCOLS

 

BEFORE VISITING THE MUSEUM YOU AGREE TO: 

 

●     Reserve your time to enter at least 24 hours in advance.

●     Bring a face covering, required for all visitors over the age of two. You will not be permitted inside the Museum without a face covering and they must be worn at all times during your visit.

○     Acceptable face coverings include cloth, surgical masks, and KN-95 masks. Quick cut and bandanas are permitted, but not recommended. Face shields should be worn if you are medically unable to wear a mask.

○     CDC guidelines advise that face coverings should:

■     Reach above the nose, below the chin, and completely cover the mouth and nostrils

■     Fit snugly against the sides of the face

●     Bring your own water bottle as water fountains inside the Museum are off limits.

●     Stay home if you are feeling sick, including having any of the symptoms listed below (that are unrelated to a chronic condition). For more information about COVID-19, check the CDC website.

■     Cough

■     Shortness of Breath/Chest Tightness

■     Sore Throat

■     Nasal Congestion/Runny nose

■     Myalgia/Body Aches

■     Loss of Taste and/or Smell

■     Diarrhea

■     Nausea

■     Vomiting

■     Fever/Chills/Sweats

●     Be aware that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are present. We cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to COVID-19 during your visit to The Bronx Museum. Those visiting The Bronx Museum do so at their own risk of such exposure. If you are uncomfortable coming in person, visit our website www.bronxmuseum.org for our virtual offerings.

 

WHEN VISITING THE MUSEUM YOU AGREE TO:

 

●     Enter through the main entrance (the double doors by the bus stop between 165th and 166th).

●     Follow the instructions of security guards and other staff.

●     Follow the physical-distancing markers at visitor entry and exit points as well as in locations throughout the Museum.

●     Maintain a distance of at least 6 feet away from others whenever possible.

●     Practice healthy hand hygiene by washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds after using the restroom.

●     Disinfect your hands upon entry and in those times when hand washing is not possible. Disinfect your hands using sanitizer with 60% or more alcohol (available at stations inside the Museum).

●     Adhere to restroom occupancy limits. Some restrooms may not be open at the time of your visit. For more information, check with the Bronx Museum staff when you are in the building.

●     Make purchases using credit cards only. Catalogs will be available for purchase at the front desk.

●     Not to touch the artwork, frames, platforms, labels, display cases, or anything used to protect the art.

 

If you are unable to visit us in person, more information is available below on our virtual resources, activities, and programs that you can enjoy from home. We will be here to welcome you when you are able to return.

 

 

THE BRONX MUSEUM AT HOME

With the Bronx Museum’s temporary closure, we have developed a range of virtual content to continue to encourage connections with art and celebrate and promote youth creativity. Please explore our four categories: Art StudioGuided ToursMeet the Artist, and Sharing Stories. También tenemos opciones en español, incluyendo visitas guiadas y estudio del arte.

 

 

VIRTUAL EVENTS

Please visit our events page for virtual tours, artist talks, family events, and more that we will be hosting periodically in conjunction with our exhibitions.

 

 

EXHIBITIONS

Our exhibitions page will feature photographs and information from current exhibitions on view as well as exhibitions that are exclusively online, such as Alicia Grullón: March to June: At Home with Essential Workers, on view through October 23, 2020.

 

 

COVID-19 AND SOCIAL JUSTICE RESOURCES

Our borough has been especially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with the highest per-case fatality rate in NYC at the peak of the virus. As an institution that provides educational resources to thousands of people annually, the Bronx Museum is committed to helping our community during this uncertain time. We have created a COVID-19 and Social Justice resources page that is regularly updated.

If you still have questions, please visit our contact page HERE.

You can also stay in touch with everything that’s happening at The Bronx Museum by connecting with us on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter.

 

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BOLETOS

 

Para cuidar de la salud y la seguridad de nuestra comunidad, toda persona debe reservar un boleto por lo menos 24 horas antes de su visita, pero como siempre la admisión es gratuita.

 

Puede reservar sus boletos para visitas entre la 1:00 y 6:00 PM AQUÍ, de miércoles a domingo. Las visitas de 1:00 a 1:30 PM son turnos reservados solamente para las personas de la tercera edad y de alto riesgo. Le pedimos encarecidamente llegar puntual a la hora de su reservación. Si llega mas temprano o después de la hora de su reserva, puede que no entre inmediatamente.

 

Para mantener el museo abierto, requerimos que toda persona visitante siga las reglas y protocolos descritas a continuación. The Bronx Museum se reserva el derecho de pedir la salida de las personas que no cumplan con estas reglas.

 

Para leer más sobre cómo el Museo del Bronx está reduciendo el riesgo del contagio en el museo, haga clic AQUÍ.

 

REGLAS Y PROTOCOLOS DE SEGURIDAD

 

ANTES DE VISITAR EL MUSEO USTED ESTÁ DE ACUERDO CON:

 

●     Reservar su hora de entrada por lo menos 24 horas antes de su visita.

●     Tener una mascarilla es obligatoria para todas las personas mayores de dos años. No se le permitirá entrar al museo sin una mascarilla y debe utilizarla a todo momento durante su visita.

o   Los cubre bocas o mascarillas aceptables incluyen tela, quirúrgicas, y KN-95. Retazos y bandanas se permiten, pero no se recomiendan. Puede utilizar laminas protectoras de cara en lugar de mascarilla, solo  si tiene algún impedimento médico.

o   Las reglas de CDC aconsejan que los cubre bocas o mascarillas:

■     Cubran la nariz, debajo de la quijada, y completamente la cara y las fosas nasales

■     Deben encajar perfectamente en los dos lados de la cara

●     Lleve consigo su propia botella de agua porque las fuentes de agua del museo no están disponibles.

●     Quédese en casa si se siente enfermo, incluyendo cualquiera de los síntomas de la lista a continuación  (que no tengan relación con una condición crónica). Para más información sobre COVID 19 visite la pagina web de CDC

■     Tos

■     Dificultad para respirar/ dolor de pecho

■     Dolor de garganta

■     Congestión nasal/ secreción nasal

■     Mialgia/dolores corporales

■     Perdida del sentido del gusto/ o olfato

■     Diarrea

■     Náusea

■     Vómito

■     Fiebre/escalofrío/sudores

 

●     Tenga conciencia de que el riesgo de exposición a COVID-19 existe en cualquier espacio público en el que haya gente. No podemos garantizar que no estará expuesto a COVID-19 durante su visita a The Bronx Museum.

Las personas que visitan The Bronx Museum lo hacen a su propio riesgo de exposición. Si se siente incómodo visitándonos en persona, visite nuestra página www.bronxmuseum.org para ver nuestras ofertas virtuales.

 

 

CUANDO VISITE EL BRONX MUSEUM EN PERSONA USTED ESTÁ DE ACUERDO CON:

 

●     Entrar por la entrada principal (las puertas dobles cerca de la parada de bus entre las calles 165 y 166).

●     Seguir las instrucciones de los guardias de seguridad y el resto del personal.

●     Seguir los rótulos de distancia física en la entrada de visitantes y los puntos de salida, así como en lugares señalados por todo el museo.

●     Mantener una distancia de por lo menos seis pies con otras personas cuando sea posible.

●     Practicar higiene de manos saludable lavándose con jabón y agua por lo menos por 20 segundos luego de usar el baño.

●     Desinfectar sus manos al entrar y cuando no sea posible lavarlas. Desinfectar sus manos utilizando desinfectante con un 60% o más de alcohol (disponible en las estaciones al interior del museo).

●     Seguir los límites de ocupación máxima del baño. Algunos baños no estarán abiertos al momento de su visita. Para mayor información, pregunte al personal de Bronx Museum cuando esté en el edificio.

●     Realizar compras utilizando tarjetas de crédito solamente. Los catálogos para compras estarán disponibles en la recepción.

●     No tocar las obras de arte, marcos, plataformas, etiquetas, vitrinas de exhibición  o cualquier cosa que se utilice para proteger las obras de arte.

 

Si usted no puede visitarnos en persona, a continuación hay más información disponible acerca de nuestros recursos virtuales, las actividades y los programas que puede disfrutar desde su casa. Aquí estaremos para darle la bienvenida cuando desee regresar.

 

THE BRONX MUSEUM DESDE LA CASA

Debido al cierre temporal del Bronx Museum, hemos desarrollado una amplia variedad de contenido virtual para mantener las conexiones con el arte y promover y celebrar la creatividad de la juventud. Explore nuestras cuatro categorías:  Art StudioGuided ToursMeet the Artist , y Sharing Stories. Tenemos opciones en español incluyendo visitas guiadas y estudio de arte

 

 

EVENTOS VIRTUALES

Por favor visite la página de eventos para visitas virtuales, charlas de artistas, eventos para la familia y más que estaremos organizando periódicamente en conexión con nuestras exhibiciones.

 

 

EXPOSICIONES

En nuestra página de exposiciones aparecerán fotografías e información sobre las exposiciones actuales así como las exhibiciones que  están disponibles exclusivamente en línea, como la de Alicia Grullón: marzo a junio: en casa con las trabajadoras esencialesque está en exhibición hasta el 23 de octubre, 2020.

 

COVID-19 Y RECURSOS DE JUSTICIA SOCIAL

La pandemia COVID-19 ha afectado especialmente a nuestro condado del Bronx que registra la tasa más alta de mortandad por caso en la ciudad de Nueva York durante la etapa de mayor impacto del virus. Como una institución que brinda recursos educativos a miles de personas anualmente, the Bronx Museum se compromete a apoyar a nuestra comunidad durante estos tiempos de incertidumbre. Hemos creado una página de recursos de Justicia Social y COVID-19 que se actualiza con regularidad.

 

Si tiene preguntas, por favor visite nuestra página de contactos haciendo clic AQUÍ

 

No se pierda nada de lo que pasa en The Bronx Museum, síganos en Instagram, Facebook y Twitter.

Hours & Admission

HOURS

 

Wednesday................................................1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Thursday ..................................................1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Friday ........................................................1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Saturday ...................................................1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Sunday ......................................................1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Monday ..................................................... Closed

Tuesday .................................................... Closed

 

Note: Between 3:00 and 4:00 pm each day the Museum will be closed for cleaning. 

 

HOLIDAYS

The Museum will be CLOSED to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

ADMISSION

The Bronx Museum of the Arts is FREE ADMISSION to all ages. 

 

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


Strollers are not allowed inside the galleries, and we cannot accomodate luggage. Please plan accordingly.

Tours and Accessibilty
To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, group reservations, group visits, and group tours of any size (unless the group lives in the same household) are not permitted until further notice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

GETTING HERE BY SUBWAY

B or D train to 167 St. Walk south two blocks. 4 train to the 161 STREET/YANKEE STADIUM STATION. Walk east three blocks to the Grand Concourse, then, walk north four blocks along Grand Concourse to 165th St.

 

Sample travel times from:

14th Street Union Square, NYC: 40 minutes, 7 stops (4 train)

59th St/Columbus Circle, NYC: 20 minutes, 4 stops (D train)
West 4 St. Washington Square, NYC: 37 minutes:  37 minutes, 9 stops (D train)
Atlantic Ave Station, Bklyn: 50 minutes, 12 stops (D train)

 

View MTA NYC Train Map

 

 

 

GETTING HERE BY BUS

Bx1 or Bx2 to Granc Concourse/ E 165th St. 

View Bx1 Bus Schedule

View Bx2 Bus Schedule

 

 

 

GETTING HERE BY METRO NORTH RAILROAD

Get off the Hudson Line at Yankees - E. 153 Street Station

Gateway Center Blvd
Bronx, NY 10451
(6 miles to Grand Central Terminal)

 

View Metro North Railroad details and schedules

The Bronx Museum of the Arts is dedicated to providing all visitors access to its contemporary art collection and exhibitions. All public areas of the Museum, including galleries and restrooms, are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first- serve basis and are located in the lobby of the North Wing. Elevators also provide access to all floors and exhibits.

 

 

GETTING HERE BY CAR

Visit maps.google.com for individualized driving
instructions.

 

Driving from Manhattan: Take the FDR Drive to Willis Avenue Bridge, stay to your left merge onto the Major Deegan North. Exit at 138th St. and Grand Concourse.  Proceed to 165th St. and Grand Concourse.


Or, take Riverside Drive to 155th St., make right onto 155th St. Go straight until you reach the Macombs Dam Bridge. Cross bridge, proceed to 165th St. Turn right onto 165th St. and proceed to Grand Concourse.

Driving from Brooklyn: Take any Manhattan-bound bridge to FDR Drive north. Proceed north to Willis Ave Bridge, stay to your left, merge onto the Major Deegan North. Exit at 138th St. and Grand Concourse. Proceed to 165th St. and Grand Concourse.

Or, Take the Triboro Bridge to the Major Deegan.  Exit 138th St. and Grand Concourse. Proceed to 165th St.

Driving from the Cross Bronx Expressway: Take #87/New York State Thruway South (Major Deegan). Exit at 161st St./ Yankee Stadium. Make right off exit ramp. Make a left at light and proceed to 165th St. Turn right onto 165th St. and proceed to Grand Concourse.

 

PARKING: Parking is available across the street from the Museum on 165th Street between Grand Concourse and Carroll Place at MPG Parking (address: 1020 Grand Concourse). 

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