Went for the Comme Des Garçons exhibit, was impressed by the whole museum. A must do for everyone visiting New York
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We spent a good afternoon in the Met enjoying many different works of art. The place was huge and covered many periods of history. My favorite part of the museum were the impressionist works from Picasso. My only criticism of the place was that it...More
On my second visit to NY I had in mind that I needed to visit the MET, and paid off, I have been to some other famous museums in the world and this is one of the best!
It is a very nice museum with beautiful architecture, however the suggested pricing can be a bit confusing for the tourists when actually, it is free admission for the public. Nonetheless, the staff were very friendly and helpful, especially the security and ticket checking guys,...More
Just go, it is huge. Will be an all day thing, but something you and Kids will never forget. I would pass on the movies. Takes to long and not that good. It was the only thing I was disapointed in. Also, the food court...More
There is always a least one new exhibit on display at the Met. Impossible to see everything all in one day so that you'll want to come back multiple times throughout the year. Good for family or group outing. Beautiful and instructive.
This is a place to immerse oneself in the magnificence of the art world /sculptures /glass/ paintings/ furniture and many more trades. . There are also many singular exhibitions throughout the year and at the time we were visiting it was one of Mummies and...More
You'll need at least 4 hours to see it all. Transportation by bus puts you 1 block from museum. Take your children anyone of all ages will love this experience. You can make a donation in any amount for entrance, although the suggested prices are...More
A great place for a group of 19. Lots of different exhibits to appeal to everyone. I loved looking at the CELL PHONE photo exhibit. It was interesting to me to see what these different people saw each day to share with someone else. Others...More