Museum of American Finance
48 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
Open Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm. Last admission is 3:30 pm. Closed national and stock market holidays.
EMERGENCY CLOSING: The Museum gallery and shop are currently CLOSED due to a facility emergency. For more information, visit www.moaf.org/flood.
Please note that the Museum staff is currently operating offsite at a temporary office location. During this time, e-mail is the preferred method of communication, as voicemail may not be accessed as frequently.
Please note that large bags and packages are not permitted in the Museum.
Adults $8; students and seniors $5; Museum members and kids 6 and under FREE. Audio guide rentals are available for $2.
By Subway: 2,3,4,5 to Wall Street; J to Broad Street;1,R,W to Rector Street
By Bus: M1, M6, M9, M15
By Car: Limited parking is available in the Financial District. The Museum has partnered with Parking Panda to allow visitors to purchase guaranteed parking nearby. Click here to view real-time availability and pricing at many locations within walking distance of the Museum, and receive a discount by using promo code: FINANCE10.
For information on planning your visit to Lower Manhattan, visit the Downtown Alliance.
MUSEUM ACCESS PASSES:
The Museum participates in two multi-day visitor pass programs with other museums and cultural institutions. To purchase passes, or for additional information, please visit the Downtown Culture Pass and New York Pass websites.
The Museum does not have on-site dining facilities, but there are a variety of dining options nearby, including several on historic Stone Street.
At the Capital Grille Wall Street, Museum ticket holders will receive a FREE signature appetizer of pan fried calamari with hot cherry peppers, with the purchase of an entree. The Capital Grille also offers a Closing Bell Menu featuring a three-course dinner for $39, from 4-6 pm weekdays and 5-7pm Saturdays.
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The Museum entrance and all public areas of the Museum are accessible to individuals with disabilities. A free manual wheelchair loan is available at the admissions desk. An exhibition guide in Braille is also available, and t-coil compatible induction loops are present at the front desk and in all exhibits with audio components.
- David J. Cowen, President/CEO
- Tony Critelli, Accountant
- Kristin Aguilera, Deputy Director
- Linda Rapacki, Managing Director of Visitor Services and Building Operations
Research and Exhibits
- Sarah Poole, Collections Manager
- Maura Ferguson, Director of Exhibits