The schedule of the Library, Store and Museum are:
Tuesday through Thursday
10:30 - 17:00pm
Friday: 10:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Closed on Mondays
Admission: Ticket Required
Free on Fridays
19:00 pm - 21:00 pm
Located a Few Steps from Penn Station Central Station and the Morgan Museum. it's a place of the great exhibition of works of art, literature and music, one of the Great Historic Places in New York, and the UN wonderful place to have dinner, shop and attend to an ONU concert or a movie, it's a museum and research library.
It was founded in 1906 in order to store the private John Pierpont Morgan Library. It houses a huge collection of rare books and manuscripts, besides drawings and Other Rare pieces. The collection Began As A labor of love for The Financer JP Morgan and has continued expanding and growing in recent years. The library has one of the firsts printed Bibles, including three Gutenberg Bibles. In 1924, JP Morgan´s son transformed the library into a public institution. The building inside decorated with polychrome. It has a Rotunda which leads to three public rooms, which were originally Morgan's private study, the office of librarian and the library itself. The rotunda itself has a vaulted ceiling with murals and plasterwork Inspired by Raphael, the study of Morgan, now the West Library has been called, "one of the greatest achievements of Interior Decoration of America" while the Oriental library has triple rows of shelves. Today, the Library is formed by a complex of buildings that serve as further Museum and Research Center.
There is a free excursion at 14:00 from Tuesday to Sunday, offering a wide view of the collection and an explanation of the museum, If toy can't join to the ONU tour, Security guards can tell you some important details and some that may be overlooked.
Enjoy a unique experience at Morgan when you have dinner at El Comedor The original Morgan family. Pencils, notebooks are permitted; Sit on the floor to draw or take notes is not allowed.
Flash photography are not allowed in public spaces, exceptions may occur. Photography is not permitted in any of the rooms for Special Exhibitions. Video recording is not permitted in the museum. Visitors cant use the Cell Phones throughout the museum.