The Foundation is open September to June for guided one-hour House & Studio Tours on:
Thursday at 3 and 6 pm
Friday at 1 pm
Saturday at 1 and 3 pm
Admission is $15 per person. House & Studio Tours must be booked online in advance with a minimum of 24 hours before the tour’s start time. Tours are available from the week after Labor Day through the end of June. The Foundation is closed for tours in July and August.
Public tours are limited to 6 visitors at this time. For larger groups or alternate times, please contact us at info (at) rcgrossfoundation (dot) org or 212-529-4906.
Masks are recommended during the visit.
If you feel you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive, even if you are vaccinated, please contact the Foundation before your scheduled tour time and your ticket will be refunded.
By purchasing a ticket, you are assuming the risks associated with possible exposure to COVID-19.
The Foundation has an elevator for access to all three floors included on the House & Studio Tour. The only area that requires using stairs is the studio. However, visitors can get a good look at the studio from the ground floor.
We welcome photography on tours as long as flash is not used.
Large bags should be checked at the Foundation’s entrance. Backpacks must be worn on the front of the body or hand carried.
Please be advised that while we welcome service animals, we cannot accommodate pets.
Group tours are led Tuesday-Friday during office hours and Saturday at 11 am. Admission is $15 per person. For more information, please contact us at info (at) rcgrossfoundation (dot) org or 212-529-4906.
Private Access Tours
The Foundation offers private Access tours that include verbal description and touch of specfic objects. For more information, please contact us at info (at) rcgrossfoundation (dot) org or 212-529-4906.
About House & Studio Tours
Tours explore three floors of the historic LaGuardia Place building, including Gross's first-floor sculpture studio and gallery, renovated in 1963 by the artist and later restored in 2017-18, as well as the Foundation's special exhibition space on the second floor. The third floor houses the Grosses' living and dining space featuring hundreds of works from their extensive private art collection, including important American paintings by Marsden Hartley, Willem de Kooning, Milton Avery, Jacob Lawrence, and others, installed by the artist with his African, Pre-Columbian, Oceanic, and decorative arts and preserved as it was during Gross's lifetime. The Foundation is a hidden treasure of New York City and is featured in the acclaimed guidebooks 111 Places in New York That You Must Not Miss (2015), 111 Museums in New York That You Must Not Miss (2018), Art Hiding in New York: An Illustrated Guide to to the City's Secret Masterpieces (2020), and Guide to Historic Artists' Homes & Studios (2020).
526 Laguardia Place
New York, NY 10012
Nearby subway stations: Bleecker Street (6 train); West 4th Street (A, B, C, D, E, F, M trains)
Email: info (at) rcgrossfoundation (dot) org
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For inquiries related to the work of Chaim Gross, please email Sasha Davis at: sashadavis (at) rcgrossfoundation (dot) org.
Local recommended restaurants:
Tre Giovanni (Italian), 548 LaGuardia Place. Click here for website
Marumi (Japanese), 546 LaGuardia Place. Click here for website