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The Metropolitan Museum of Art and 5 other must-see New York attractions

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The Temple of Dendur

The Met is home to the largest collection of Egyptian artwork outside of Cairo. Among some 26,000 works on view, The Temple of Dendur is one of the most popular destinations at the Museum.

The Temple of Dendur in The Sackler Wing.


19th- and Early 20th-Century European Paintings and Sculpture

The Met's world-famous collection of European paintings includes many masterpieces by artists like Manet, Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, Van Gogh, Matisse, and Picasso.

The Annenberg Collection in the European Paintings Galleries.


New European Paintings Galleries, 1250-1800

The galleries for the Met’s world-renowned collection of European Old Master paintings are now open following an extensive renovation. With more than 700 paintings on display, including Rembrandt, Rubens, Vermeer, and many more, the galleries’ new configuration allows visitors to find old favorites and enjoy new discoveries.

Johannes Vermeer, Young Woman with a Water Pitcher, ca. 1662, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Marquand Collection, Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1889.


New American Wing

Housing one of the world's most comprehensive collections of American art, the newly renovated galleries include one of America’s best-known works, Washington Crossing the Delaware.

Emanuel Leutze, Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1851, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of John Stewart Kennedy, 1897.


The Roof Garden Commission: Imran Qureshi

Through November 3, 2013 (weather permitting)

Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi presents his first large-scale installation in the United States, combining traditional Indian and contemporary themes to engage the natural environment and transport the viewer.

The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden.


Greek and Roman Art

The Met’s Greek and Roman collection is among the most comprehensive in North America, with 17,000 works of classical art, including large-scale marble sculpture, bronzes, and vases.

Mary and Michael Jaharis Gallery in the Greek and Roman Galleries


Audio Guide

The Met Audio Guide features more than 100 hours of information about the Museum's collection and special exhibitions. Also try the new "Director’s Tour," a suggested itinerary by the Museum’s Director Thomas P. Campbell. Available in 10 languages. CityPASS admission includes $1 off an Audio Guide.

Jain Svetambara Tirthankara in Meditation, Seated on a Throne Cushion, India, Gujarat, first half of the 11th century. Purchase, Florence and Herbert Irving Gift, 1992.


Arms and Armor

About 14,000 objects of armor, swords, and weaponry ranging from European to the Far East make up the Museum’s Arms and Armor collection, one of the most comprehensive and encyclopedic of its kind.

Arms and Armor Galleries


Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas

The Museum's collection of more than 11,000 works of art represents the countries and culture of sub-Saharan Africa, the Pacific Islands, and North, Central, and South America.

Samuel H. and Linda M. Lindenbaum Gallery in the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas Galleries.


The Annenberg Collection

The Annenberg Collection includes more than 50 works by 18 of the most renowned artists working in France during the 19th and early 20th centuries. These Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterpieces include artists like Monet, Degas, Van Gogh, Seurat, and Gauguin.

Claude Monet, The Path through the Irises, 1914-17, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Gift of Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg, 2001, Bequest of Walter H. Annenberg, 2002.


The Cloisters Museums and Gardens

Devoted to the art, architecture, and gardens of medieval Europe, the branch of the Metropolitan Museum in northern Manhattan has magnificent sculptures, stained glass, tapestries, and more in its collection. Views of the garden and cloister from the Benedictine monastery of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa, near Perpignan, France, ca. 1130-1140, The Cloisters Collection, 1925.

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Voted the #1 museum in the world for 2105 by TripAdvisor, the Met is New York’s most visited museum and attraction. You will experience the best of human creativity from across the globe at the Met. With collections spanning more than 5,000 years of culture, from prehistory to the present, the Metropolitan is a journey through the world’s greatest art. One Met. Many Worlds. Where will the Met take you?

CityPASS Admission

Skip-the-line admission, plus entry into all Special Exhibitions. Also, same-week admission to The Cloisters museum and gardens after visiting The Met. Please note that if the CityPASS ticket is used first at The Cloisters, the visit to The Met must occur on the same day.

Metropolitan Museum
1000 Fifth Ave. at 82nd St.
New York, NY 10028

(212) 535-7710


Sun-Thu, 10am-5:30pm

Fri-Sat, 10am-9pm

Galleries are cleared fifteen minutes before closing.

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and the first Monday in May.

The Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY 10040

(212) 923-3700


Mar-Oct, 10am-5:15pm

Nov-Feb, 10am-4:45pm

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.


  • The Met is the most-visited museum and attraction in New York City and home to nearly two million works of art spanning more than 5,000 years of world culture
  • After you visit The Met, enjoy same-week admission to The Cloisters, which is devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. Please note that if the CityPASS ticket is used first at The Cloisters, the visit to The Met must occur on the same day.

CityPASS Entry

Metropolitan Museum

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the Advanced Ticketing desk, located to the left of the Information Desk in the Great Hall. Look for the CityPASS sign to skip main ticket line. You may be required to exchange your CityPASS ticket for an attraction ticket.

The Cloisters

You may start your visit at The Cloisters museum and gardens if you have a CityPASS booklet. If you have a voucher, it must first be exchanged for a booklet prior to visiting The Cloisters. Please note that if you start your visit at The Cloisters, your visit to The Met must occur on the same day.

Upgrades for CityPASS Holders

Audio Guide: Available at the audio guide desk in the Met Great Hall. Available in 10 languages.

Advice for Visitors

  • Includes same-week admission to The Cloisters museum and gardens after visiting The Met. Please note that if the CityPASS ticket is used first at The Cloisters, the visit to The Met must occur on the same day.
  • All backpacks and packages must be checked in at the coat-check facilities. Avoid waiting in lines by leaving backpacks and packages at home.
  • Free public guided tours of the Museum’s collection are offered throughout the week in 10 different languages. For the full schedule, visit the Museum’s website.
  • Try the Director’s Audio Tour, a planned itinerary by Museum Director Thomas P. Campbell that explores some of the masterpieces in the Museum's encyclopedic collection of world art.
  • Download the free Met app, the easiest way to see what's happening at the Met every day, wherever you are. Available on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
  • Find tips for fun family time at MuseumKids.
  • Download and print suggested itineraries before your arrive.
  • Get $10 off a purchase of $50 or more at The Met Store. See booklet for details.

On-site Services

Parking: Met parking garage, Fifth Avenue and 80th Street, open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week; (212) 879‑5500.

Dining: The Cafeteria ($). Petrie Court Café ($$) (with Central Park backdrop). The New American Wing Café ($$). Live music in the Great Hall Balcony Bar ($$), Fri & Sat evenings. The Cloisters' Trie Café ($), serving light fare and snacks, is open May-October.

Accessibility: Wheelchairs are available at coat check.

Self-Guide: Audio guides available in 10 languages.

Gift Shop: The Met Store — discover the fine art of shopping with great books, jewelry, accessories, stationery, toys, and more, inspired by treasures in the Museum’s collection.

Strollers: Permitted in most areas — inquire at Information Desks for gallery limitations.

Photography: Photography is permitted. Flash photography and video cameras cannot be used inside the Museum.

Getting There

Metropolitan Museum

Subway: 4, 5 or 6 train to 86th St. and walk three blocks west to 5th Ave. From the West Side take the 1, B or C train to 86th St., then the M86 crosstown bus.

Bus: M1, M2, M3 or M4

CitySights NY Double Decker bus stop: #41 Uptown Treasures & Harlem Tour

The Cloisters

Subway: 'A' train to 190th Street and exit the station by elevator to Ft. Washington Avenue. Transfer to the M4 bus and ride one stop north or walk north for approx. 10 mins on Margaret Corbin Drive.

Bus: M4

Group Requirements

Groups of 10 or more: Call (215) 570-3711; Email Mettours@metmuseum.org.

Group leader should call or email at least one day in advance to make a reservation. To expedite service upon check-in, the group leader may pre-pull all of the Met tickets from the CityPASS booklets and sort them by adult and youth.

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