1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028, EE. UU.
Buy tickets for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the well-known Met of New York. One of the most popular, outstanding and visited of the world. A cultural reference, not only in New York, but at a global scale.
When in 1872 Robert Lee Jenkins donated his private collection to the museum, he did not imagine that his input would end up being part of a collection of 2 million art pieces of the whole world.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has art pieces from all over the world: us paintings, Asiatic art, oriental, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Islamic and other pieces of all times since medieval to modern art. At the same time, you can find complete collections from weapons, music or fashion, as well as a complete library.
Your MET ticket includes priority access without queues to its three installations:
Do not hesitate any longer, visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art and admire pieces of masters such as Tiziano, Velázquez, Raphael or famous impressionism painters, discover the art of classic antiquity and admire vast collections that won´t leave you indifferent.
5th Avenue MET
The ticket Price for the Metropolitan includes the visit to the three MET centers, to all the expositions and you will also have a discount at the MET Store.
Finally, children under 12 will enter for free, our recommendation is that if you plan to go with children is to visit the Egyptian art section, where they will enjoy themselves checking out authentic mummies!
5th Avenue MET (1000 Fifth Avenue)
Breuer MET (99 Margaret Corbin Drive, Fort Tryon Park)
Plan your itinerary soon enough in order to see in one day most of the three centers of the MET of New York.
MET 5th Avenue
At the Manhattan Cloisters you will find a huge collection of Medieval Art. This collection has been moved piece by piece from Europe. In total, here you will find 5.000 pieces.
Also, it counts with magnificent views of the Hudson River and a green area in its interior. This garden is based on the medieval time with the typical agriculture of the middle ages in the old continent.
A deepening into Modern and Contemporary Art. This space is used as an extension of the collection that we find in the 5th Avenue MET. Here, exhibitions, performances, artist commissions and other cultural and educative initiatives take place. All this in a building designed by Marcel Breuer, one of the most well-known New York architects and the main master of the Modern Movement.