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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the United States with among the most significant art collections. Its permanent collection contains more than two million works, divided among nineteen curatorial departments.
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Absolutely incredible museum-- easy to drive and park in their parking garage. The garage is not well advertised-- we have found it very accessible and when you enter the museum from the garage, you can skip the line in front!
This is such a large and magnificent museum that even on crowded days you can find areas that are quiet such as the African art galleries. Go early in the day for the best viewing of popular exhibitions. New York is lucky to have such a fantastic Museum with so many Masterpieces. I do think it would…
NYC Staple of a Museum. Beautiful walk through Central Park if you are in the mood. The roof top is also lovely at the Museum. You can enjoy a drink and view the outside installation if there is one at the time of your visit.
My absolute favorite museum in the city. A great way to learn more about different eras and different cultures around the world!
You will learn so much and get to see the culture, history and art from all over the world.
Basically a huge maze- so so many masterpieces, it's a great place to explore. It is impossible to see everything in one visit, so I suggest you grab a map and select a floor or two to wander around.
Free entry with a suggested donation. Great place to explore--especially on a rainy day. Can get touristy. I recommend going early or late.
It has over 2,000.000 items and its right next to Central Park + its a donation base! :)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art maintains a museum and library of art in the City of New York. Its main collections include arms and armor, ancient Near Eastern art, Asian art, costumes, drawings and prints, European sculpture and decorative arts, Greek and Roman art, Islamic art, medieval art,…
Its huge, you need more than 1 day to see everything in this museum. Its amazing, breathtaking, full of surprises. Very economical, you can donate whatever you like for entrance. Must see!
Don't forget to have a cocktail at the rooftop! Great exhibition on Rei Kawakubo on now.
If you’re an Art buff! The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in three iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters.
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