Wedding and Occasion Photography

To inquire and schedule a site tour, contact John Ryan.
jryan@nassaumuseum.org or (516) 484-9338, ext. 45

The Nassau County Museum of Art is a showplace of art and nature in every season. Formal gardens, tree-lined walks, and magnificent sculpture provide the perfect settings for romantic wedding photography, film, photo, TV shoots and special occasion photography.

A photography session permit is required prior to entering the grounds for photography sessions. The permit fee is $175 for a two-hour session. Additional hours are available at $50 per hour or any part thereof. For wedding receptions, a photo permit is included at no additional cost..

Still photography and video recording are permitted in the formal gardens and throughout the preserve. Indoor photography is not permitted in Museum buildings or galleries. Photography sessions are available between the hours of 9:00 am and dusk. To ensure a proper experience for you we limit the number of permits per day and per time slot.

Commercial Photo and Film Shoots

"The Museum is one of the most
beautiful locations on Long Island."

Our formal garden and landscaped grounds can play host to fashion shoots, television commercials, celebrity interviews, movie productions, and more. All photo and film shoots must obtain a commercial permit prior to entering the grounds. 

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