Interesting Facts: The New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the United States, colloquially called “the Met“, founded in 1870. It was the third most visited art museum in the world with 6,953,927 visitors to its three locations in 2018.
It is one of the world’s most famous museums, with all the influences of all civilizations and is far superior to the Louvre. A grand setting for one of the world’s greatest collections of art, from ancient to contemporary.
Things to do: Things are organized, maintained, Cleaned (take note Brooklyn Museum), and shown in appropriate contexts. Their collections are just…incredible. The only problem we ever have is not having enough time in a day to just look at everything in-depth. The area near the museum has some good places to
Please allow yourself a day or two to enjoy the entire museum. Everyones
Rest your feet at a couple of strategically placed museum cafes and even have lunch at their basement cafe.
The Met, other than, it is amazing! Admission, for
Tickets will be sent to your email and you will be able to go directly to an automated kiosk, inside the museum, to print out your tickets, by scanning the QR code from your phone. Peel off the top sticker, which will show the date, and stick it on your shirt. Keep the bottom portion of that ticket, for, that will be your
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Did you know: The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the fourth-largest art museum in the world by gallery space (58,820 square meters).
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New York State residents and NY, NJ, CT students, the amount you pay is up to you.
Suggested Admission: For New York State residents and New York, New Jersey and Connecticut students, the amount you pay is up to you. These tickets may be purchased at a Museum admissions desk with a valid ID. Suggested admission tickets include exhibitions as well as same-day entry to all three Met locations.
Buy General Admission Tickets
- Online tickets include express admission and entry for three consecutive days
- Online tickets are emailed to you and valid for up to one year after the date of purchase
Adult Admission$ 25, Senior Admission ( Age 65+ ) $ 17, Student Admission (with valid ID) $ 12, Child Admission ( Age 12 and under )$ 0. free for Members, Patrons and children under 12.
General admission tickets include exhibitions and are valid for three consecutive days at The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters.
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Without the support of our Members, The Met would not be The Met. That’s why Members get special treatment. As a Member, you’ll get free, express admission for you and your guest(s) on every visit.Become a Member
Special Combination Passes
Purchase special combination passes to The Met and other New York City attractions for one price:
Purchase admission to The Met and five other of the most popular New York City attractions for one low price in a prepaid booklet that fits in your pocket.
Choose a one-, two-, three-, five-, seven-, or 10-day pass. Receive free entry to more than 80 attractions, including The Met, with no limit to the number of attractions you can visit. Includes a 200-page guidebook with maps, directions, and additional discounts on meals, Broadway shows, and shopping.
Create your perfect itinerary of three, five, seven, or 10 attractions from more than 50 top tours and museums, including The Met. Valid up to 30 days.
90 Attractions included. Instant Delivery. Complimentary matching number of days on the Hop-on, Hop-off bus. Choose the pass that’s right for your trip and visit any of our 90 premier New York City attractions — including The Met.
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Terms and Conditions: No refunds or exchanges. Advance reservations required for all groups of 10 or moreand for any third-party guided tours regardless of size. Visitors may have to wait in other lines within the Museum.