We flew in from San Francisco specifically for this exhibit (my wife is a big fan). I had no idea of the breadth and depth of Bowie’s work and came away glad to have made the trip. The exhibit itself is a fantastic piece of...More
Yes, the Brooklyn Museum has all the ticketing information also here is additional info from Facebook fan site I used: This just in from the museum- Enjoy the show everyone. We expect lots of Bowie fans to join us for... More
Yes, the Brooklyn Museum has all the ticketing information also here is additional info from Facebook fan site I used: This just in from the museum- Enjoy the show everyone. We expect lots of Bowie fans to join us for the final opportunity to see this amazing exhibition, so please be patient as we do our best to offer the most enjoyable experience for everyone. Below are a few tips to help make your visit as smooth as possible: Tickets are for a specific date and time only. Your ticket includes an optional immersive sound experience that requires the use of a headset. When you arrive at the Museum, head to the e-ticket check-in kiosks area to get your receipt and further instructions. Brooklyn Museum Members, please check in at the Member Services Desk with your Membership card and a photo ID. Your Membership must be current on the date of your visit or you will need to renew to claim your tickets. The time on your receipt is when you should be in line to receive your headset at the entrance to the exhibition. Please be prepared for a wait of up to 30 minutes between lining up and entering the show, especially during busy times such as weekend afternoons. Arrive at the Museum at least 30 minutes prior to your ticket time; you will need at least 15 minutes after entering the Museum to reach the exhibition waiting area. To get to the exhibition as quickly as possible, we recommend leaving strollers, large bags, and backpacks at home; otherwise, they must be checked at Coat Check. Please leave time to check your items, if needed. Photography is not allowed, but we promise great photo ops before and after the exhibition. There is limited seating within the exhibition, so if you require a seat, please let us know and we will provide folding stools. Wheelchairs will also be available near the entrance to the exhibition Prepare for an immersive experience with theatrical lighting and sound, including some very dim and/or loud galleries. If you require special accommodations or have questions about the experience, please contact us: 718.501.6520. If you have questions or concerns during your visit, be sure to find one of our staff or volunteers wearing the bright orange T-shirts.