The Met Cloisters
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neeratraveler
San Francisco, CA221 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2024 • Alene
The cloisters in the Washington heights neighborhood are absolutely enchanting! There are beautiful medieval artworks that are in settings of various French monasteries. I loved the Unicorn tapestries. There are little gardens and the surroundings are tranquil. Take the time to really enjoy it.

If you have the Metropolitan museum ticket you can see it for free if you go on the same day. That did not work for me because even though I have visited the Met a few times in the past I like to take my time.
Skrevet 16. juni 2024
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Eva L
Marlboro, NJ155 bidrag
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jun. 2024 • Venner
The Met Cloisters is a hidden gem located in a picturesque setting over the Hudson. Easy to get to by car, it contains treasures from medieval Europe and the story of how they were obtained is fascinating as well. It's a great way to spend a few hours away from it all.
Skrevet 4. juni 2024
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Rochelle F
Randolph, NJ1 133 bidrag
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mai 2024 • Par
Had not been to the Cloisters in years and wanted to visit again. This museum is of medieval times with a lot of architecture and art from that period. We took the 1 hour tour of highlights and learned a lot. The gardens (there are 3 or 4) are small but beautiful.

We enjoyed a light lunch at the cafe. We also wandered around the Park which is quite nice too.

A very nice outing for an afternoon with friends.
Skrevet 23. mai 2024
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5,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2023 • Par
Always a wonderful place to visit when in New York, for the location and the Medieval art treasures. The coffee place is cute, but their cakes were stale, at least the ones we had.
Skrevet 13. mai 2024
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College Park7 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Par
The location provides a great view of the Hudson River, and the building is in a nice bit of welcome greenery in the city. The architecture is quite intriguing in itself.
But all this is just nice wrappings for the vey fine art, and the wonderful little garden that is displayed within.
The free daily tour gives indepth insight into many of the works.
We ran out of energy before we ran out of things to see there.
The site is accessible by car and is also an easy ride on public transit.
Skrevet 5. mai 2024
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Judd F
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apr. 2024 • Par
I grew up with the Cloisters as a child in the 1970's of New York so it is with a sad heart that I write this review. The Cloisters is the most underrated and undiscovered and amazingly cool place in New York.... at least it was until as I discovered on my visit back in over 30 years since it was taken over by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Why did one or for that matter a family, couple, group go to Cloisters? Simple, because there is nothing like it. The building and its locations with its courtyard gardens make you think one is actually in a beautiful Medieval Italian villa or other ancient European building. The medieval art, albeit heavily religious focused as that was the style in western art at that time. Remember we are dealing with artwork that for the most part is unattributed and just reflected as being done by some member of a guild. Whatever the case the environment transports you back in time and the tranquility of it all is unlike anything you will experience in New York.... except for one thing which has left me seething.

At it's heart the Cloisters contained two amazing things, one being the totally unique and famous Unicorn Dutch tapestries which today looked as amazing as they always have and second the finest armor collection in the world, which they forget to mention at the Cloisters has all been removed and transfered over a 100 New York blocks (8.7 miles according to Google Maps and an 1hr on the subway!) to the Met itself.

So after paying the same amount of $30 for an adult ticket, you come to find out you only get 1/2 of what made the Cloisters the place to take the kids, because believe me after seeing the Unicorn tapestries and then the huge hall of knights in armour upon the stead's charging it was jaw dropping and today there was none of that. If the Met wants to steal 1/2 of what the Cloisters value for money was then reflect that in the price. But shame on them for charging full price only to find out you still have a whole another journey to go on to see the other 1/2, which turns the whole process into a crusade. So the long and the short of it is 5 tapestries known throughout the world does not justify $30 as the rest of the work is beautiful but sparse..... Whereas at the Met there are over a 150 galleries and there are less than 20 at the Cloisters.... Poor value and more importantly by removing the armour and the context of the hundreds of years including the 3 crusades that were fought in the name of religion of which all the other artwork is, it feels very underwhelming and disconnected. It might explain why unlike the Met, which is busy every day of the week, it was very light in attendance. If the Met is trying to kill the Cloisters slowly so that perhaps such an amazing place could be sold to property developers or such as the last several years has been financially hard on the Met, then the realization of today's visit and what they have taken to the main location miles away could not have been more evident. Completely gutted of value and ripping off visitors. For shame!
Skrevet 30. april 2024
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sosodoc
Paris, Frankrike98 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Familie
Incredible museum that you visit with metro tickets. North of Manhattan by subway. It feels like a small town in the countryside. Cloisters recovered in France and Europe. Fortunately this would no longer be possible! But very beautiful, and definitely worth it...
Skrevet 15. april 2024
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Sherry C
White Plains, NY132 bidrag
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mar. 2024 • Par
Absolutely lovely, and great placards explaining the treasures within. The plants and trees weren't yet in bloom, but I can only imagine how spectacular it must be when they are. Even if you get easily bored in museums, you'll find this one intriguing.
Skrevet 30. mars 2024
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Farwriter
London, UK134 bidrag
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mar. 2024 • Alene
About an hour on the subway from lower Manhattan but absolutely worth it. The Cloisters was built in the 1930s but it's like stepping back several centuries. Doorways, windows and columns from medieval buildings have been incorporated into the building so sensitively so you really believe you are entering a 15th century church or a 16th century cloister. The collection includes altarpieces, devotional statues, sculptures of saints and many other treasures. The $30 entry fee also covers entry to the main Met gallery on the same day but they are several miles apart and each place demands a few hours to do it justice - I spent three and a half hours wandering round the Cloisters at a fairly leisurely pace. You could do it in less time but you may as well enjoy the lovely atmosphere for as long as possible! I went on a Monday and it wasn't very busy. The website advises going to 190th St but I went to Dyckman Street station for getting back downtown afterwards and that felt a little closer once I had found my way out of the park to the main road. From 190th St it is very straightforward - just head from the bottom tip of Fort Tryon Park to the top. It is up an incline and there are some steps but it's a nice walk with wonderful views over the river, and doesn't take too long.
Skrevet 17. mars 2024
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Justin W
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ5 165 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Alene
I love touring the Met Cloisters at the holidays. They have such interesting walking tours and displays of decorations for the Christmas holidays. The museum is not overdone and the people who work here are the utmost professional.

Instead of the tour we were supposed to have on holiday plants during the Middle Ages, we had a talk of Three Kings Day and the how the interpretation has changed over the years. This is seen in the artwork around the galleries and how it changed over the Middle Ages. There were different versions in storytelling and how the story progressed from three wisemen to three kings. We saw different mediums in woodwork, stained glass and tapestries.

After the tour, I walked around the museum and looked at what the collection had to offer on the subject again. I observed the artwork again with a little more time and realized that the storytelling must have changed over the ages.

The museum was beautifully decorated with all sorts of plants that were blooming at different stages and realized this is how the churches must have been decorated after the Dark Ages. Very interesting and beautiful to look at.

This is a little gem of a museum uptown.
Skrevet 29. januar 2024
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