The Cloisters, New York, New York

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New York, NY 10040

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  • 3 mentions in Non-touristy "must do's" in Manhattan over the week of July 4th

    • Jamie E.

      Jamie E. said, "...the High Line Park, that's a great walk and a nice way to get out of the fray a bit. Similarly, The Cloisters up in Washington Heights is great. If you want to go a little further afield, head up to The..." See More

    • Nina J.

      Nina J. said, "...You throw a stone in NYC and it falls on a museum but out of all, I highly recommend " The Cloisters ," if you are into museums that is. It is better to drive up there as it can be quite..." See More

    • Luis E.

      Luis E. said, "...New York is beautiful in any season. In the summer it is great to be by the water. You can visit The Cloisters which is a beautiful museum, I understand that you will rub elbows with some tourist here but the views..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What to do in New York City in January?

    • Indra P.

      Indra P. said, "...choices. I would suggest not missing the The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Whitney Museum, The Frick Collection, The Cloisters (a little further uptown but well worth the longer trip on the subway!). There's plenty of shopping to be..." See More

    • Aju B.

      Aju B. said, "! Of course, there are usually great paid music performances as well. If you like medival art, the go to the The Cloisters in the north part of the city. Its a medival art collection in a monastery from that age.. if..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Art related places apart from museums?

    • Frances F.

      Frances F. said, "...Don't miss The Cloisters. It's included in admission to The Met. It's a small beautiful museum of medieval art and the park nearby is beautiful too...." See More

    • John K.

      John K. said, "...Grand Central Station -interior; New York Public Library- interior; The Morgan Library & Museum; The Cloisters; Brooklyn Museum and Rubin Museum of Art. I included the less famous museums...." See More

  • 1 mention in Things for an outdoorsman to do in New York City

    • Egle M.

      Egle M. said, "...Central Park (duh), The Cloisters, the West Side --> Chelsea (New York) is actually the perfect place to start walking down towards the bottom of the island where there are beautiful parks along the way, Prospect Park , and Coney Island..." See More

  • 1 mention in Want to explore New York need good, non touristy ideas

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, "...incredible, especially if you go in the fall when the leaves are changing. While you're in the vicinity, I'd also hit The Cloisters. Lots of gardens and amazing Middle Ages-like statues, etc. If you're really up for an adventure, I'd head..." See More

  • 1 mention in NYC highlights for a 10 day honeymoon

    • John A.

      John A. said, "...People Watching, etc. My top 10 list for romantics (who are not afraid of water or heights): 10. A trip to The Cloisters 9. View of Manhattan as it fades away in the backdrop on an evening Staten Island Ferry ride from..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best museums and historical sites all throughout NYC?

    • Lola G.

      Lola G. said, "...building. Enjoy the views from their terrace with a refreshing drink :) Museum of Modern Art cannot be missed! The Cloisters is in a nice park area. You will appreciate the medieval art. The grounds are great for picture taking...." See More

  • 1 mention in Historical places to visit in New York

    • Larry G.

      Larry G. said, "... The Cloisters (website)The Morgan Library & Museum (website)Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site Brooklyn Bridge Staten Island FerryGrand Central Terminal..." See More

  • 1 mention in NYC for experienced visitors?

    • Nars K.

      Nars K. said, "...If you are in a mood for art, consider: Rubin Museum of Art or The Cloisters or Neue Galerie New York or The Frick Collection or the new Whitney Museum If you are short for time, try touring the MET with Museum..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where are the best places to photograph in New York City?

    • jami c.

      jami c. said, "...gardens full of fantastic light for uber fancy pics. If you are outdoorsy then I recommend Fort Tryon Park and the The Cloisters its gorgeous what can I say! :)..." See More

  • 1 mention in What should a fashion student see in New York City?

    • Arla J.

      Arla J. said, "...You should walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and visit The Cloisters!..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best free things NYC has to offer?

    • Adam H.

      Adam H. said, "...Start with the The Metropolitan Museum of Art and it's uptown location The Cloisters. Keep in mind that both will ask for a suggested donation, but you can give what you want. You should also consider the Brooklyn Museum for it's..." See More

  • 1 mention in Easter for a seasoned visitor

    • Tina L.

      Tina L. said, "... The Cloisters in Upper Manhattan are beautiful. You can then have a Gospel Brunch in Harlem...." See More

  • 1 mention in Thanksgiving 2016

    • Annette V.

      Annette V. said, "...I suggest visiting the The Cloisters a museum with beautiful medieval works of art and the famed unicorn tapestries. Head over the nearby Beans and Vines for good eats after or walk the gorgeous for Tyron Park and bring your own snacks..." See More

  • 1 mention in NYC in January, good idea?

    • Lola G.

      Lola G. said, "...the cold weather. Visit the New York City Library in Bryant Park. It's gorgeous inside and you will enjoy wondering around. The Cloisters is a nice park which has a museum of medieval art. It's a bit further uptown but take a..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best shows to see during holidays in NYC?

    • Mary L.

      Mary L. said, "... The Cloisters has wonderful seasonal concerts:" See More

  • 1 mention in Calling all New Yorkers! What makes New York City great?

    • Kat D.

      Kat D. said, " itself for a *bit* of quiet. (see: Brooklyn Bridge Park; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Central Park; United Nations Headquarters; The Cloisters, New York Public Library, Prospect Park, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Bryant Park, The Morgan Library & Museum, The..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things for teens (16 yo) to do in NYC in the summer?

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...a ride on the Cyclone roller coaster. Check out some of the city's museums. Both The Metropolitan Museum of Art (and The Cloisters) and the American Museum of Natural History are "pay what you wish". Museum of Modern Art offers free..." See More