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Hispanic Society of America

613 West 155th St, at Broadway, New York City, NY 10032-7501
+1 212-926-2234
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613 West 155th St, at Broadway, New York City, NY 10032-7501
+1 212-926-2234
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Reviewed 6 December 2016

The lighting is awful on most of the portraits, and you cannot look at them face on because the light shines onto them! Lots of religious artifacts and a Goya or two, but the most interesting part if the museum is the courtyard with wonderful...More

Thank Teenzone
Reviewed 3 December 2016

This museum is free, maybe this is the reason you can see few person inside, this is our style of life, if it is very expensive it is a good museum. Here you can find paints of Velazquez, Goya, Greco, Sorolla, etc. It's a small...More

Thank AfricaLorente
Reviewed 20 November 2016 via mobile

Great place. Best of Sorolla. It is a great building, with a good collection, but with a poor maintenance. It is a pity that our Spanish government and Autonomous Communities spend so much money on promoting Spain and they do not invest heavily in this...More

1  Thank Vitoria4
Reviewed 16 November 2016 via mobile

Huge canvases of mostly religious paintings. There is a small section showing Spanish ceramics and earthenware. The museum is too dark to see signages very cleary but it was bad customer service that really ruined it for me. The female receptionist showed a lot of...More

Thank gboi77
Reviewed 15 November 2016

After visiting NYC for 55 years and living there for 15 I finally found my way to The Hispanic Society of America, conveniently located on the #1 train at 155/Broadway. What a fantastic place! Devoted to the art, literature and history of Spain, Portugal and...More

1  Thank bostonmarc
Reviewed 8 November 2016

The Hispanic Society of American host a museum of art and sculpture that is stunning and accessble, and a break from the tourist haunts of New York. The helpful and welcoming staff will direct you how to appreciate and access scultpure and carvings dating back...More

1  Thank birminghampastor
Reviewed 4 September 2016

This museum house a stunning collection of Sorolla murals. And the small park across the street has wonderful small sculptures created by children (?). A great visit for art lovers.

Thank MountainBeach11
Reviewed 15 August 2016

Even though the Hispanic Society is not a large museum, it's collection still packs a punch. It is easy to get lost in a city filled with excellent museums but this little gem is on a small college campus on 155th Street uptown and you...More

1  Thank Justin W
Reviewed 30 July 2016

Great collection of Spanish (and some Latin American) art, particularly paintings. Think Velasquez, Goya, El Grecco, Sorolla.. Summer 2016, Goya's portrait of the Duchess of Alba is visiting The Prado, but there are plenty of masterpieces to view. Museum will CLOSE at end of year...More

Thank doc2012
Reviewed 25 July 2016

This museum is a well kept secret. It is worth the trip to see it. An incredible collection of art from the Hispanic world in a beautiful building. Famous and less famous artists displayed together. A very good library of materials interest to scholars of...More

Thank rehavia6
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ARe there guides? We are a group of 4o people. What is the phone number and the address? How much are the tickets for seniors?
1 June 2016|
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Response from trocc0_12 | Reviewed this property |
The Hispanic Society of America is a museum and reference library for the study of the arts and cultures of Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. Wikipedia Located in: Boricua College Address: 613 W 155th St, New York, NY... More
Did J Sorrola paint the murals when museum built or were they bought in Spain for the collection?
2 July 2015|
Response from RogerR-Phila |
I asked. The Provinces of Spain paintings were commissioned by Huntington (the founder) for the museum. They're actually large canvases, not murals. The museum's brochure says they were painted from 1911 to 1919. By the... More