Open on Wednesdays from 12-5pm and Thursday through Sunday from 12-6pm. Thursday through Sunday: 12PM -6PM. Please note the museum will be closed on July 24th and 25th for installation. Only our main gallery will be open through September 3rd

Visit

OPEN CLOSED
Wednesday 12 - 5 PM, Thursday - Sunday 12 - 6 PM Monday and Tuesday

Holiday Closings

Holiday Closings

Juneteenth

NYC Pride Sunday

US Independence Day

Veteran's Day

Thanksgiving Day



Christmas Eve

Christmas Day

New Years Eve

New Year’s Day

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Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art | A home for queer art, artists, scholars, activists and allies, and a catalyst for discourse on art and queerness. The suggested donation to visit the museum is $10. You may make a donation upon arrival or make a donation online before you visit here.

Contact Info

Phone 212-431-2609 | Email info@leslielohman.org

For press inquiries leslielohman@purplepr.com

Getting Here

26 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10013 (between Grand Street & Canal Street)

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Accessibility

Leslie-Lohman Museum strives to provide a welcoming environment to all visitors. External steps lead to our entrance doors: a wheelchair lift is available. All galleries are wheelchair-accessible, and a single-occupancy accessible restroom is located behind the visitor services desk: all restrooms are gender-neutral.

A wheelchair is available for use in the museum by request during your visit or by emailing us in advance at info@leslielohman.org

Education staff will work with individuals and groups who disclose accessibility needs in advance to accommodate them to the best of our ability. Visitors with disabilities and seniors are admitted with their caregiver.

The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art’s is located at 26 Wooster Street | New York, NY 10013 The entrance is wheelchair accessible via the front entrance on 26 Wooster Street. Five external steps lead to our entrance doors; a wheelchair lift is available.

Accessible Drop Off Areas:

Just past the Leslie-Lohman Museum, near 18 Wooster Street, is an accessible drop off area. There are also curb cuts on the corner of Wooster Street and Grand Street, as well as on the corner of Wooster Street and Canal Street. Please note that while drop off on Wooster Street is possible, parking on Wooster Street is very limited. There are, however, nearby parking garages. The closest garages are located at 355 Canal Street (~1-minute walk), 311 West Broadway (~3-minute walk), and 40 Mercer Street (~5-minute walk).

Subway

The nearest wheelchair accessible subway station for multiple trains is Broadway-Lafayette St. off the B, D, F, or M trains, approximately .6 of a mile away from the museum. More information on accessible stations can be found here.

Covid precautions

The museum is currently operating as mask-optional. Masks are available at the front desk.

Space layout

The interior of the museum has dim warm lighting. All galleries are wheelchair-accessible, and a single-occupancy accessible restroom is located behind the visitor services desk: all restrooms are all-gender. Large print texts are available upon request. We offer a digital guide via Bloomberg Connects available here.

Guide to Museum Accessibility

Group Visits

For groups of six or more, or for information on booking an exhibition tour please email info@leslielohman.org

BY SUBWAY

By train, the closest stops to the Museum are the NQRW at Canal Street, the ACE at Canal Street, the JZ at Canal Street, the 6 at Canal Street, the 1 at Canal Street, and the BDFM at Broadway-Lafayette (with a 10-minute walk down Mercer Street, then a brief walk on Grand Street). For more information about subway and bus travel visit www.mta.info.

BY BUS

By bus, the closest stops to the Museum are the M1 at Broadway/Spring Street, the M55 at 6 Avenue/Thompson Street, the M20 at Varick Street/North Moore Street, the X27 and X28 at 6 Avenue/Lispenard Street, and the SIM33C, SIM4C, SIM1C, and SIM3C at Avenue of the Americas/W Broadway. For more information about subway and bus travel please visit www.mta.info.

BY CAR

There is limited street parking available outside the Museum. However rules vary from day to day. The closest parking garages are located at 355 Canal Street, 311 West Broadway (3-minute walk), and 40 Mercer Street (5-minute walk).