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Home of blockbuster after blockbuster, the Metropolitan Museum of Art attracts some five million people a year, more than any other spot in New York City. And it's no wonder -- this place is magnificent. At 1.6 million square feet, this is the largest museum in the Western Hemisphere. Nearly all the world's cultures are on display through the ages -- from Egyptian mummies to ancient Greek statuary to Islamic carvings to Renaissance paintings to Native American masks to 20th-century decorative arts -- and masterpieces are the rule. You could go once a week for a lifetime and still find something new on each visit. Open on holiday and Mondays. Admission: Members and Children under 12 (accompanied by an adult) are FREE!
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Regular Hours

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Gift Shop: (212) 570-3894

Payment method
cash only
Location
Metropolitan Museum Of Art
Neighborhoods
Midtown, Central Park
Amenities
Parking Visitors to The Cloisters may use free city parking available in Fort Tryon Park. Dining Facilities The Trie Cafe serves sandwiches, snacks, dessert, and coffee under the covered arcades and walkway of the medieval French Trie Cloister. Located on the lower level, this cafe is open Tuesday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. (May through October). **ATM:** Mastercard - Open 24 Hours
Categories
Places Of Interest, Museums, Art Museums
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Price Range : Below Average

Cuisine: American

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yukajp

12/29/2010

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Overall
A GREAT EXPERINCE

i went there today and all i can say is wow
i love this place and recomend everyone should go there

Chas10

12/05/2010

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Amazing Arts

I have been to Metropolitan Museum of Art thrice and I believe that this is only the place to find any type of art. I would recommend my friends to visit what! an amazing art here is. Best museum in New York!!!!!!

Jessica Lynn

06/25/2010

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Best In the City

One of the best museums in the city. Had some of my favorite Warhol pieces on display. And always has wonderful limited engagement exhibits.

KramerP

04/23/2010

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Museum

This museum is one of the best in the city. I have gone 4 times now and you lose yourself in knowledge and in the amazing art work. The funny part in all of this is I've always hated museums! This is a great place to get away from the madness and lose yourself in the art. I've spent hours here and not even realized it. I recommend this museum to anyone. Thanks for the getaway.

CarsonP

08/24/2009

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Overall
best art

This is by far my favorite art musuem on the east coast. If you live in NY or are just visiting this is a must see.

eastvillagechick

07/13/2009

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Hands down best museum in NYC

the MET is by far my favorite museum in NYC. You can wonder around there all day long endlessly entertained by the extrordinary amount of history surrounding you.

GautamCity81

05/27/2009

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Amazing!

This is by far, the best museum in all of New York City. You cannot take a trip to the Big Apple and not make a stop at the Met. They have the coolest exhibits I have ever seen. Gotta go through the Ancient Egyptian exhibit first, they have a chunk of an actual pyramid in there and you can walk through it! Even can see some mummified bodies! Also, don't forget to check out the Armors and Weapons exhibit on the top floor, its jaw-dropping! Definitely check it out if you haven't. If you've been there, they always have new and temporary exhibits as well. So definitely worth coming back to.

MetCASHIER02

05/24/2009

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Met Cashiers Defend themselves

I wish for once New Yorkers would own up to their actions. So you can pay a dollar or a penny to get in, that does not mean that you should come in and be smarmy to the cashiers and throw your money on the counter and snicker at us. It is extremely rude and degrading to the cashier who has probably done anywhere from 200-400 transactions before you and who just can't even stand to look at another dollar. I am sorry but it's not right how we get abused day after day. and your not helping New York if you pay $1 or a penny to get in, the Museum is in dire straights right now and it shows, if you come and there are several galleries closed well don't complain because that's what happens when you take advantage and pay a penny.

RRivas427

05/11/2009

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Amazing Art

You can find anytype of art here, from any culture or era...its an amazing meseum....the tour guides were extremely helpful and informative. Must visit if in NY!

acb723

09/15/2008

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An art lover's dream

The building itself is worth seeing- look up at the ceiling of the lobby as you walk in and I bet you'll agree that it is magnificent. And then of course they have an incredible collection of all kinds of art-everything from Ancient Egyptian artifacts to Medieval musical instruments to French Impressionist landscapes. I can't think of any other museum I've been to that is quite so diverse. Obviously, if you really love art you will most likely love this place, but even if you're not that into art, it is worth checking out if you are in New York. It's one of those landmarks that everyone should see at least once.
As great a museum as it is, there are some pitfalls: it can be very hard to navigate through, and I've never found the staff to be very friendly. If you can deal with those things, though, you'll really enjoy your visit.

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