The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents over 5,000 years of art from every corner of the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. More commonly known as The Met, the Museum sits in three iconic sites in New York City - The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer and The Met Cloisters. Skip the long lines for tickets at the door with the day pass. You’ll have priority entrance to all three museums for an entire day.
The Met Fifth Avenue
The Met Fifth Avenue contains millions of works in collections from different time-periods and geographical origins. The Arms and Armor Collection, Arts of Africa, Egyptian Art, the American Wing, Greek and Roman art and Islamic Art are just some of the exhibits you can find.
The Met Breuer
The Met Breuer is a new site designed by Marcel Breuer (pronounced BROI-er). Here, you can experience modern and contemporary art in a historical collection that reflects visual expression across cultures - art from every corner of the world.
The Met Cloisters
The Met Cloisters shows works from the personal collection of John D. Rockefeller as well as art from medieval Europe - all contained within partially reconstructed 16th-century French cloisters. A testament to European medieval art and architecture - found in a unique and suggestive ambiance.