Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum
32-37 Vernon Boulevard (Mailing)
9-01 33rd Road
Long Island City, New York 11106
(718) 204-7088

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This Museum houses a comprehensive collection of artwork by the internationally renowned sculptor, Isamu Noguchi. One of the first American museums devoted to the work of a single artist, the museum includes 12 galleries and an outdoor sculpture garden with 24,000 square feet of display space.

On permanent exhibit are over 250 sculptures of stone, wood, metal, and paper, as well as models, drawings, and photo-documentation of Noguchi's many gardens and plazas, which he has designed around the world. Paper light sculptures called Akari, will also be found here .

Families and individuals will enjoy the Guided Tour provided daily at 2 PM, as well as a continuous program of video presentation on the life and works of Isamu Noguchi.

For visitors coming from Manhattan, the Museum operates a weekend shuttle bus service from Park Avenue and 70th Street. Call for details.

School Group Tours are open to grades 2 through 9. Students will discover a perspective of humanity's relationship to space and place, as expressed by Noguchi in his sculptures, stage-sets, gardens and plazas, as well as the museum building and garden which form the setting.

Throughout the one hour and fifteen minute tour, students are presented with the multitude of possibilities for visual expression as they view the life's work of one person and the broad range of his imagination. One adult is required per ten students.

Pre-visit materials, slides and videotapes are available for classroom use.

Hours: Open Wednesday thru Friday 10am - 5pm, Saturday & Sunday 11am - 6pm, Closed Monday & Tuesday. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.
Adults $10.00
Seniors $5.00
Students $5.00
Children under 12 FREE
NYC public school students with ID FREE
Guided Group Tours (minimum of 10 people): Adults $12.00, Seniors/College Students $10.00. Call for information on School Group Tours.
Group Reservations: At least 10 weeks in advance.
Lunch: Picnic area in Rainey Park adjacent to museum. Nearby restaurants.
Handicapped Access: Mostly accessible, call for details.
Directions: Triborough Bridge to Queens. Take first exit (31st Street); turn right onto 31st Street. Go 6 blocks to Broadway, turn right, and proceed to 10th Street. Museum is on the left just past 10th Street. 35 minutes from George Washington Bridge.

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