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Metropolitan Museum of Art

Category: Arts + Monuments + Museums

1000 5th Ave., New York, NY 10128

Glass Wall - Sackler Wing
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Map of Metropolitan Museum of Art and recommended places nearby
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2. Museum of Modern Art
3. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
4. Beacon Theatre
5. Museum of Arts and Design
6. Whitney Museum of American Art
7. American Museum of Natural History
8. Asia Society and Museum
9. Museum of American Illustration
10. American Craft Museum
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Metropolitan Museum of Art - Reviews from across the web

Peaceful getaway - user review
If you are a fan of medieval art and architecture, this museum is paradise. I spent 3 happy hours here, dazzled by the medieval architecture and how it has been incorporated into the b...

Not good museum staff - user review
I didnt like the staff at the museum. There needs to be better not right denier staff, and they need to be nice not nasty, and they need to be coustomer friendly not not co...

The Cloisters | Museum/Attraction Review | New York City | Frommers.com - expert review
If it werent for this branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, many New Yorkers would never get to this northernmost point in Manhattan. This remote yet lovely spot is devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. Atop a magnifi...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the most renowed cultural institutions in the United States with world-class collections of antiquities, Impressionist paintings and musical instruments, among other exhibits. The beautiful thing about a trip to the Met is that it can be as short or as long a...

Stunning museum, but don't bring a laptop - user review
I was surprised on visiting the museum to find that my rolling briefcase containing my laptop could not be checked. Nor could I roll the case through the galleries. My choices were: Schlep...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - expert review
Collections include more than two million works of art, spanning more than 5,000 years of world culture, from prehistory to the present. HOURS VITAL INFO: Best suited for all ages You can expect to spend full day when visiting our location We are open year-round COST: Average cost for this attractio...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
Found at Fifth Avenue and E 82nd street the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the single most visited attraction in New York City and more frequently goes under the pseudonym of ?쁳he Met.??It was the museum used to film the external scenes in the recent remake of The Thomas Crown Affair although, sadly...

No title - user review
After a stroll through Central Park you arrive at this huge building with something for all tastes.Egyptian mummies and tombs,armour including Henry the eighth's!,musical instruments,dutch mast...

Underappreciated Destination in Manhattan - user review
Especially from spring-fall, The Cloisters is a great spot to visit while visiting Manhattan. Especially for those with interest in history. It is almost always less crowded than other ...

Long-haul short breaks: New York - expert review
Catch a free concert in Central Park, enjoy the art and a cocktail at Moma, and shop till you drop along Fifth Avenue. Sarah Barrell gives an ...

No title - user review
It is surreal to see the works of the Old Masters. I never get tired of looking at the beautiful creations. Even the frames are magnificent. It is a real treat to be able to see the m...

Museums To Impress the Folks Back Home - expert review
The Dahesh Museum. The Swiss Institute-Contemporary Art. The Jaques Marchais Tibetan Art Museum. Theses obscure museums haven't been visited by many New Yorkers, much less someone visiting from out of town. As this New York Times article points out, you might be able to see the art in the five speci...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
It would take days to see everything in the Metropolitan, (which spans 4 city blocks). With the help of a map picked up in the lobby, we chose which exhibits we most wanted to see, sad in the knowledge that we wouldn't be able to take the whole museum in.The Egyptian exhibit was our first stop. In a...

When you visit New York... - user review
When you visit New York City you must see the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Really a gem of a museum. A Collection that is incredible. Their Egyptian Exhibit alone could take al...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
The entire time I walked around the Met, I was in awe. The art and the exhibits are set up so well. I was able to see paintings by my favorite artists up close. The Met allows photography in the museum (no flash), which enabled me to bring home memories. Set aside a lot of time for this museum (it's...

No title - user review
The Cloisters is the replica of a Medieval monsastery...the museum and most exhibits were donated by the Rockefellers (along with a major portion of land on the very upper west side of...

Metropolitan Museum of Art | Museum/Attraction Review | New York City | Frommers.com - expert review
Home of blockbuster after blockbuster exhibition, the Metropolitan Museum of Art attracts some 5 million people a year, more than any other spot in New York City. And its no wonder -- this place is magnificent. At 1.6 million square ...

I love art and my daughter loves art as well. But she was bored to pieces. I think a lot of adults could spend hours here if not a couple of days however, children unless they are...

A few tips for the Met - user review
Just a few tips for visitors after a recent visit. Suggested donation is just that. Coat check available for small packages as well. We took in a water bottle on a strap and it was a...

visit now and witness the grandeur of man - user review
im really proud how the american government were able to collect and replicate the famous historicaL RELICS and CULTURES of different countries and preserve in one spaceous, well ma...

GREAT SCHOOL TRIP - user review
I been here many times as a student and this place is awesome. It is a place you definately want to visit, you must spend hours in here. It is huge. But my favorite part of all is t...

Metropolitan Central Art Park - user review
Escuse my poor English,I am not a native in English language, dispate my long friendship, in absentia with Americans like Raymond Carver and John CheeverI was for more ...

Speechless - user review
While we made the mistake of going on a Saturday (though we didn't have much of a choice), the museum's overwhelming collections made even the crowds worth it. If you don't like crowds, b...

Met deserves an entire day, so fantastic. - user review
We took the train from New Haven Connecticut to Penn Station and then caught a bus to the museum. I am a believer in paying the full suggested price of admission to SUPPORT the great m...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - expert review
Metropolitan Museum of Art Guide With a diverse collection embracing over two million works of art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art ranks as one of the world’s great museums. The museum houses particularly impressive collections of work by Monet, Cézanne, Vermeer and Giovanni Battista Ti...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
Admission for adults is $12.00 and it is definitely worth the price because there is so much to see! You could spend days here and not see everything! We spent all day and saw a lot, but our feet were very sore. The museum provides free tours, one of which is a museum highlights tour. We took this h...

Our timing was unfortunate - user review
This is a top notch museum. They charge admission but it's structured like a donation. It was $30 for the two of us to get in. Unfortunately, one wall in the museum has nothing on it f...

Moniqua Shaw - user review
I loved it all it has so many interesting pieces from Van Gogh to Monet. I wish that everyone could experience what i did seeing t...

Magnificient Cloisters - user review
We took the M4 bus from Madison and 81st in New York City for this 45 minute bus trip north, through the beautiful and unique neighborhoods of the Upper West Side, past the beautiful p...

What a cultural experience! - user review
What a wonderful cultural experience! It has wide appeal for everyone. Plan to spend at least 4 to 5 hours (if rushing through), if not the entire day walking through the exhibits. Make sure yo...

yaay! - user review
the environment was inspiring and the paintings were breathtaking! remember to bring a camera, but also keep the flash off! ps.moniqua shaw didnt really go here, she just w...

Nice museum for a relaxing afternoon - user review
I visited the Cloisters on a Friday morning in February. My friend and I took the subway and then walked for about 10 minutes (a little bit uphill) to the museum. Remember to take in...

Well Worth The Visit.....just wish I could have went twice! - user review
I truly enjoyed my visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the only unfortunate experience was not being able to visit there twice before my vacation was over. There are so many grea...

Amazing! - user review
I spent a total of 11 hours in one day at the Met and still did not see everything! I loved the armor exhibit. I also enjoyed the Greek and Roman exhibit. The temple display was amazi...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
The Metropolitan Museum of Art houses what is undoubtedly the best and most comprehensive collection of art in the United States. You can literally spend days wandering through its galleries (as did the protagonists of The Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankwaller, as you may remember from your ch...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
A must for a trip to New York. This museum is the ultimate in museums and if you can only go to one, be sure this one is it. Special art exibits change frequently. Grab a hot dog from a vendor and relax on the steps. It is great. Prev...

Vienna waltzes with cutting-edge culture - Lively, large Museum Quarter has hip appeal - expert review
After explaining the finer points of the works of Paul Klee, Alberto Giacometti and Rene Magritte on the upper floors of Vienna's Museum of Modern Art, our enthusiastic young guide tried to prepare us for a cultural jolt as our elevator ...

This is a Manhattan Jewel - user review
The Metropolitan Museum is definitely a must-see when you are in NYC. The atmosphere is lovely and the staff are knowledgeable and professional. There is so much to see, howev...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
There is so much to see at the Met you could spend an entire day there and still feel that you had not seen everything. I?셶e been back twice and seen something new each time. That?셲 the best way to do it. There are crowds of people and, depending on the time you are in New York, many school groups...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
The stairs in front of the Met are perhaps the most famous stairs from New York photos and postcards. On the edge of Central Park in a beautiful old neighborhood, the Museum is an architectural gem. In the great hallway, past security which is very pleasant and re-assuring, be sure to pick up a floo...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - expert review
One of the world's greatest museums, the Met is also the largest art museum in the western hemisphere -- spanning four blocks and encompassing 2 million square feet. Its permanent collection of nearly 3 million works of art from all over the world includes objects from the Paleolithic era to modern ...

Metropolitan Museum of Art - user review
This is huge place and you can''t see it all in one shot. I like to do one or two areas and then run out and grab a beer or snack. Try the Greek sculptures or, if you have kids along, the arms and armor exhibits or the Junior Museum (basement) is a good choice. Special exhibits require tickets, so i...

Met Life - user review
You havent lived until you have been to the Met. There is something there for everyone to enjoy. We planned to stay a few hours and remained until they closed the doors! Highl...

It's always different - user review
Every inch and every corner is interesting and full of intrest. We are very excited to go back to New York and to check out the new Exhibits that th...

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