Timing : Thursday to Monday except Thanksgiving, Christmas and 1st January, 10 AM to 5 PM from March to October and 10 AM to 4:30 PM from November to February
Disability friendly : Wheelchair accessible
Entry Fee : USD 25 (adults), USD 17 (seniors), USD 12 (students) and free for kids below 12
Highlights : Nearly 5000 medieval artwork, Panel paintings and sculpture, Illuminated manuscripts, Tapestries, stained glass windows
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The Met Cloisters or The Cloisters was built during 1935 to 1939 in the Fort Tryon Park of Washington Heights in Manhattan. Run by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the museum specializes in the medieval architecture and art of Europe, especially from the Gothic and Romanesque periods.
There are nearly 5000 medieval artwork collections displayed within the architectural setup of the French abbeys and monasteries. Open from Thursday to Monday except Thanksgiving, Christmas and 1st January, the museum hours are 10 AM to 5 PM from March to October and 10 AM to 4:30 PM from November to February. The general admission fee is USD 25 for adults, USD 17 for seniors, USD 12 for students and free for kids below 12. Concerts are held within the museum and outdoor dining is offered by Trie Café. The Met Store is stocked up with publications, stationary, jewelry and décor inspired by medieval Europe.
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