Plan Your Visit
In order to be admitted to the museum, visitors 12-and-up must show proof of full vaccination or negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of visit.
Visitors under 12 may enter only if accompanied by an adult who can show proof of full vaccination or negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of visit.
All visitors must wear masks, snuggly fitting and covering both nose and mouth, at all times while in the museum.
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY 10577
located at the heart of the Purchase College campus
Open Wednesday – Sunday from noon to 5:00pm
Closed Monday – Tuesday
Admission is FREE for all visitors through Summer 2021.
The Summer 2021 exhibitions all feature objects selected from our 6,000+ piece collection of modern, contemporary, and African art.
Groups of ten or more are asked to contact the museum in advance by phone (914) 251-6117) or e-mail: email@example.com
Each member of the group will need to complete the COVID Screening Survey prior to arrival.
The NEU Museum Store
Step into the NEU Museum Store and you’ll be immediately surrounded by items inspired by the Neuberger’s collections and special exhibitions.
Patron, Curator and Directors Circle members enjoy a 20% discount; Senior, Individual, Household and Contributor Circle members receive a 10% discount.
The store is open during all normal museum hours.
Museum visitors should park in the West 1 Visitor Parking Lot. From the main entrance to the Purchase College campus, turn left and continue on Brigid Flanagan Drive for approximately one mile; the entrance to the West 1 parking lot will be on your right.
Use the pay station located near The Performing Arts Center (located near the ADA-accessible handicap parking spaces) to obtain your parking receipt. Select the duration of your stay and follow the on screen instructions to obtain your printed receipt. Be sure to place the receipt face up on your vehicle’s dashboard.
To get to the plaza level where the museum is located, take the steps or the elevator located inside the Center for Media, Film, and Theatre. Once on the plaza, proceed along the South Arcade. The museum will be on your right.
Campus Map and Accessible Pathways
Special Needs Access
The Neuberger Museum of Art is wheelchair accessible throughout the building, including galleries and restrooms. Wheelchairs are available without charge at the museum’s entrance. Gallery stools are available by request.
To learn more about the drop-off point for visitors with disabilities, please call 914-251-6100 Monday through Friday from 9am - 5pm or 914-251-6117 on Saturday and Sunday from 12pm - 5pm.
Click here to report any accessibility barriers you experience on campus.
An inherent risk of exposure to the COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are present. Those visiting the Neuberger Museum of Art voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19, other infectious conditions, and other hazards that may be present in a public space.