Hispanic Society of America

Official Homepage: www.hispanicsociety.org

Fee: Always free

Sun. 1 PM–4 PM
Mon. 10 AM–4:30 PM
Tue. 10 AM–4:30 PM
Wed. 10 AM–4:30 PM
Thu. 10 AM–4:30 PM
Fri. 10 AM–4:30 PM
Sat. 10 AM–4:30 PM
613 West 155th Street
Manhattan, New York 10032
(212) 926-2234

Check the Hispanic Society of America website for additional hours, special pricing/discounts, and closure dates.


The Hispanic Society of America (website) is a Museum (Cultural) in New York.
Official description from Hispanic Society of America:
The Hispanic Society of America, located on Audubon Terrace, Broadway, New York, provides a free museum and reference library for the study of the arts and cultures of Spain, Portugal, and Latin America.
Wikipedia excerpt:
The Hispanic Society of America is a museum of Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American art and artifacts, as well as a rare books and manuscripts research library. Founded in 1904 by Archer M. Huntington, the institution is free and open to the public at its original location in a Beaux Arts building on Audubon Terrace (at 155th Street and Broadway) in the lower Washington Heights area of New York City in the United States. Exterior sculpture at the Society includes work by Anna Hyatt Huntington and nine major reliefs by the Swiss-American sculptor Berthold Nebel, a commission that took ten years to complete.

We don't have any current exhibitions on file, most likely because we're still collecting listings.

In the meantime, check out the Hispanic Society of America homepage or our exhibitions list for N.Y.-wide exhibits.

Official Hispanic Society of America Links
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Note: This site is still in a alpha, unfinished form. The information for aGogh was almost entirely hand-gathered and so there may be errors and omissions. See an error? Contact us.


The Hispanic Society of America is supported by a membership program. See their pricing and benefits.

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