The Noguchi Museum


Wednesday–Sunday 11 am–6 pm

Monday–Tuesday Closed


Allow 1-2 hours to fully immerse yourself in the museum’s galleries and sculpture garden.


The Noguchi Museum is wheelchair accessible. A wheelchair and portable seating are available at the Museum entry desk. Service animals are welcome in the Museum.

The Noguchi Museum in New York City showcases Noguchi’s ageless artwork. Explore sculptures, gardens, and exhibitions that honor a master’s legacy.


9-01, 33rd Road, New York, 11106

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(718) 204 7088

Getting There

Take the E, M, or R train to Vernon-Jackson Ave station, or the 7 train to Hunters Point Ave station.


9-01, 33rd Road, New York, 11106

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About the Noguchi Museum

Founded by the renowned Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi, this unique institution celebrates his artistic legacy through a captivating blend of indoor galleries and a sprawling outdoor sculpture garden. Step into a world where the boundaries between art and nature blur, and immerse yourself in Noguchi’s vision of space, light, and form.

A Treasure Trove of Artistic Exploration
  • The Noguchi Touch: The museum’s permanent collection unveils the full spectrum of Noguchi’s artistic journey. Marvel at his iconic abstract marble sculptures, like the powerful “Kouros” or the captivating “Black Sun.” Explore his innovative furniture designs that blur the lines between functionality and art.

  • Beyond the Gallery Walls: Venture outside and discover the heart of the Noguchi Museum – the expansive sculpture garden. This meticulously designed outdoor space allows Noguchi’s creations to seamlessly integrate with the natural world. Wander through serene pathways, encounter monumental granite works like “Mori No Oya” (The Forest’s Father), and experience the interplay of light and shadow on his diverse sculptures.

More Than Just a Museum

The Noguchi Museum extends its artistic exploration beyond its permanent collection. The museum frequently hosts temporary exhibitions showcasing the works of other prominent sculptors and artists, sparking conversations between artistic movements and inspiring new perspectives. Enrich your visit by attending engaging educational programs, talks, or special events designed for all ages. The museum shop offers a curated selection of Noguchi-inspired gifts and art books, allowing you to take a piece of the museum experience home with you.

A Sanctuary for the Soul

Escape the frenetic pace of New York City and find solace in the tranquility of the Noguchi Museum. Immerse yourself in the beauty and artistry of Noguchi’s sculptures, both inside and out. The museum offers a haven for art enthusiasts, history buffs, and anyone seeking a moment of peace and reflection. Unwind amidst the calming atmosphere of the sculpture garden, contemplate the power of form and space, and discover the enduring legacy of a visionary artist. The Noguchi Museum promises a truly enriching experience that will stay with you long after your visit.

  • Sculptural Marvels: Explore Timeless Creations in Stone and Space
  • Artistic Tapestry: Unveiling the Genius of Isamu Noguchi’s Masterpieces
  • Interactive Installations: Engage with Dynamic Sculptural Forms
  • Historical Gems: Discover the Evolution of Noguchi’s Artistic Journey

Frequently Asked Questions

Masks are recommended, but not required. Masks may be required for participation in select public tours and education programs, at the Museum’s discretion.

Smoking, including electronic cigarettes, is not permitted anywhere on the grounds.

The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum grants permission for photography for personal use only in the Museum’s galleries, sculpture garden, and indoor/outdoor pavilion, with the following restrictions:

Tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, flashes, reflectors, other lighting equipment, and large format cameras (4×5) are prohibited.