It looks like someone else has already claimed that visit as their own. If that person was you, please sign in to see it.

Your visit code is the group of big letters and/or numbers on your ticket to the right of "YOUR CODE." For the example ticket below, the code is tgyhv.

An image of the Cooper Hewitt's admission ticket.

If your ticket doesn't look like that, it means you have one of the older tickets! You could call that "iterative design" on our part. For those tickets, the code is the group of letters and/or numbers that follow the URL

When you retrieve your visit, you'll be able to see all of the objects that you created and collected during your visit.

If you'd like, you can create an account on our website and save your visit so that you can always view your collection, even if you lose your ticket.

When you save your visit, all of the objects that you collected and created during your visit get saved to your Cooper Hewitt account. Your visit also becomes private so that nobody else can claim it as their own. If you'd like to share your visit, you can choose to make it public for others to see.

Currently, your visit is only connected with the code on your ticket. Anyone can claim it as their own, but only you know the code. If you decide to claim your visit, it will be associated with your account and whatever username you choose for yourself. At that point, you can decide whether to make the claimed visit private or public.

If you've already created a Cooper Hewitt account then they're right over here.