The Studio Museum in Harlem
144 West 125th Street
New York, New York 10027
Wednesday: 5pm–7pm, Members Only
The Museum is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, Memorial Day and Independence Day.
Thanks to the generous support of Target, admission is free every Sunday
The Studio Museum in Harlem is located in Manhattan at 144 West 125th Street between Lenox Avenue (Malcolm X Boulevard) and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard (7th Avenue).
Suggested donation: Adults $7.00
Seniors and students (with valid ID) $3.00
Free for members and children under 12
Target Free Sundays: Free admission every Sunday thanks to the support of Target
Photography without flash for personal use is permitted, except where noted.
No tripods allowed in the galleries.
Please dispose of all food and beverage before entering the galleries.
Please check all large bags.
Please do not touch the works of art.
Take any of the following lines to 125th Street
7th Avenue: 2, 3 (The Museum is 1/2 block west of the station)
8th Avenue: A, B, C, D (The Museum is 2 1/2 blocks east of the station)
Lexington Avenue: 4, 5, 6 (The Museum is 4 1/2 blocks west of the station)
M-2, M-7, M-10, M-100, M-101, M-102 or BX 15
Parking is available in the Municipal Garage at 126th Street between Lenox Avenue (Malcolm X Boulevard) and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard (7th Avenue)
The Studio Museum in Harlem is committed to making its exhibitions, programs, and services accessible to all who visit. The Museum’s lobby, main gallery, gift shop, restrooms, atrium, and sculpture court are wheelchair accessible, and the theatre, additional galleries and education and project spaces can be reached with the use of an elevator. Guided tours are available for all exhibitions to ensure that individuals with a range of abilities can experience the Museum. Tours tailored to visitors with physical or developmental challenges can also be arranged. For public programs, accommodation can be made for visitors in wheelchairs or with limited mobility.
Uniformed security guards, stationed at the entrance and throughout the Museum can help direct visitors to appropriate facilities and resources, as well as assist with First Aid. Appropriately documented service animals are welcome at the Museum. The Museum’s website is accessible—and usable—for all Internet users and for the full range of browsing platforms and devices such as screen readers, PDAs, and mobile phones.