Tickets and Information
General Public: $12 (Members, Students, and Seniors: $10)
Opening Night and Closing Night: $15
Opening Night film PLUS reception with the filmmakers: $45
FRIEND OF THE FESTIVAL
The Friend of the Festival package: Over a $150 value! Yours for just $99!
• Invitation to the Opening Night film and reception for TWO
• Six (6) tickets—your choice of programs
Monday–Friday: 9 am–5 pm
September 3–October 17
Tickets may be purchased during Museum hours at the Advance Group Sales desk in the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda (Central Park West at 79th Street entrance) and at the Rose Center for Earth and Space (81st Street entrance).
DURING THE FESTIVAL*
Tickets may be purchased at the 77th Street entrance only, between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue.
*Each program is identified by a program code. For on-site and phone purchases please refer to the program code when purchasing tickets. Have your credit card information ready when you call.
Advanced ticket purchase is recommended, as programs may sell out. Tickets are not refundable. Programs are subject to change.
Getting to the Museum
Visit the Visitor Information section of our website for updated information on getting to the event via subway, MTA bus, train, or car. Public transportation, walking, and biking are the fastest and greenest ways to get to the event. Parking is conveniently located within the Museum; enter at 81st Street between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue.
Ticket Pick Up
Tickets to all screenings are available for pick up at the 77th Street entrance of the Museum between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue. Unclaimed tickets may be released once the screening begins. Please plan on arriving early.
Dining at the Museum
Food and drink is available for purchase at Café on One. The Café is located immediately left of the Grand Gallery on the way to the Kaufmann and Linder Theaters and will be open from 11am until 7:30pm all four days of the Margaret Mead Film Festival.
Mobile Web App for iPhone, Android and Blackberry
Visit sched.org to view your personal schedule, browse what's happening at the festival or search for the screenings and programs you want to attend. The mobile web app stores the schedule data locally on your phone for offline access too.
To find out more about the range of programs offered at the Museum, including talks, tastings, nature walks, courses, festivals, and more, visit the calendar.