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With more than two million works of art spanning thousands of years, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the most expansive and prolific art museums in the world and it should be on everyone's New York to-do list. The Metropolitan Museum of Art was created in the 18th century. The museum is famous for its iconic neoclassical facade lie 17 curatorial collections spanning countless eras and cultural perspectives, from prehistoric Egyptian artifacts to contemporary photography. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the world's largest and finest museums, presenting the best of human creativity from around the globe. Currently, the two million works of art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art are divided into 22 curatorial departments spread out over about 250 rooms. There are more galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with displays of ancient near eastern art, cypriot art, costumes, musical instruments, drawings and prints, modern art and photographs.
There's also a rooftop sculpture garden and the amazing Robert Lehman Collection, often described as one of the most extensive and impressive private art collections in the world. Being a famous spot in New York, it is well connected with rest of the parts of the city. One can hire local cabs or cars to reach this place. Alternatively, metro rails are available to reach this place. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the tourist attractions in 3 day New York City Itinerary and 2 Weeks in New York City. You must visit this amazing attraction in NYC.
Being home to one of the most prolific art collections in New York, the museum has firmly secured its place among all the history and art lovers. Despite having hordes of visitors everyday, the queue for the Tickets for The Metropolitan Museum of Art has never lessened neither did the craze among people who stand there for The Metropolitan Museum of Art Tickets. Anyone can Buy Tickets for The Metropolitan Museum of Art directly from the counter on their arrival. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Ticket prices vary for adult, students and seniors and can be availed accordingly. There is no Metropolitan Museum of Art Ticket Cost for children. A nice place to stay, the museum is a must to visit for everyone in the New York.
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The MET is a great place to spend the day to appreciate art and learn some history. One thing you should know if you are planning to visit, is that the ticket prices are recommended donations. If you would like to pay less, let's say only $1.00, you are able to do so. I would not spend $25.00 to visit the MET. The food is expensive, but there are great food carts outside, depending on weather. I would not recommend this museum for children under 10. When I visited, I saw all the exhibits and probably spent three hours there.
What an excellent museum. I spent several delightful hours here and feel that I only scratched the surface. As many reviewers have mentioned, there is a donation fee for entrance. There is a suggested donation amount, but everybody is free to pay as much or as little as they wish. I was particularly struck by the wonderful art and sculpture collections. While there I also ate in the cafe. A sandwich and a drink. I felt that pricing was very reasonable, and the food quality was really good (a lot better than I had expected.) I am puzzled that anybody could give this place less than 5 stars.
World-class museum. Not sure if this is a permanent addition, but last visit I found a second museum store filled with sale and out-of-season merchandise from the [fabulous and very high-quality] main museum store. The cafeteria wasn't a bargain, but was fairly priced for NYC, and the food was great, better than I remember it being from back when the cafe used to be on the main floor (now turned into a gallery). The Met is a can't-miss experience. I love it and couldn't book a plane ticket to New York without planning time there.
Absolutely GORGEOUS museum. We got there around 7pm and it was still teaming with people but it's so gigantic you didn't even feel like it once past the lobby. I was easily lost the entire time but also admiring with every step. I am so thankful for the Pat what you want because we could barely scratch the surface in exploring this place. It would take a full month or more to hit every thing!
This museum had a significant impact on my academic life, since I used to be into sports when I was a high school freshman and wanted to be a soccer player, after visiting this museum and viewed the priceless remnants of civilizations I had a different understanding of human progression. Whether you care about history or not you will be part of it, and it has its stages of recording individuals and some who've brought fourth their revolutionary ideas into act, and left influences that are profound and incredible in today's society. I started to be intrinsically motivated to study history. The history of science and philosophy, of all civilizations.