Hispanic Society of America

613 W 155th St, NY
(212) 926-2234
157th Street

Hispanic Society of America

Museum Schedule:          Tuesdays to Sundays from 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

                                     Closed on Mondays

Library Schedule:            The same schedule as the Museum

                                     Closed on Sundays

Admission:                     Free admission

                                     There is a suggested donation of $ 10.


The Hispanic Society of America is a museum of research for the study of the arts and culture from Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Everyone loves the Met, but you have to look at something new, go to this secret treasure, is almost hidden, neoclassical Beaux-Arts, information from 1908, is full of Spanish art and to a lesser extent Latin American art , ask them to show you the map room, it has pieces from the 16th century.


Our advice:

The Hispanic Society offers a free 45-minute tour with an educator Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. 

Accessibility for people in wheelchairs.

Visitors with strollers should first check it at the information desk for a pass stroller. Strollers must be folded and checked into the room layer in order to visit the other parts of the museum and library. Strollers or chairs can’t go inside the museum

Picture are allowed without flash inside the Museum. Tripod, lighting and other devices can’t be used under any circumstances.

There is free parking on 155th Street between Broadway and Riverside Drive, also in this direction there is a garage. The Museum does not have cafeteria, but in the surrounding neighborhood there are good bakeries and Spanish and Latin American restaurants.