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The Cloisters

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99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY 10040

 (212) 923-3700

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"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 Metropolitan Opera & Museum of Modern Art)."  See More

"The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters, American Museum of Natural History are basically free (the signs will say $20 or something but you can just pay $1 at ticket booth)."  See More

"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!"  See More

"Museums! There are a ton of really good ones in the city as you know. The Metropolitan Museum of Art never disappoints. Will easily take half the day even if your interest in art is peripheral. The entry fee here is a "recommended" amount.. feel free to give as much or little as you want. The Museum of Modern Art is popular too, but I found most of the exhibits too abstract for my taste. The Guggenheim Museum is worth looking at for the architecture. The exhibits change quite a bit so it depends whats on tap when you go. If you have any favorite artists check if there are any special exhibits in these museums around these artists. These happen frequently. Also along the same lines, if you have any favorite authors, check for signing events in the city as they happen frequently.(I recently got my Salman Rushdie books autographed). Another thing that you may enjoy about the city are the (usually) high quality buskers in the subway. Union Square station is a good place to catch some like Too Many Zooz (."  See More

"I suggest visiting the The Cloisters a museum with beautiful medieval works of art and the famed unicorn tapestries."  See More

"The Cloisters is a nice park which has a museum of medieval art."  See More

"Hi! I lived in NYC for some years so I will share my favorites. The Frick Collection was always a good visit. Lovely old mansion with a great collection and lovely grounds. :"  See More

"Rubin Museum of Art or The Cloisters or Neue Galerie New York or The Frick Collection or the new Whitney Museum"  See More

"If you are outdoorsy then I recommend Fort Tryon Park and the The Cloisters its gorgeous what can I say!"  See More

"Both The Metropolitan Museum of Art (and The Cloisters) and the American Museum of Natural History are "pay what you wish"."  See More

"Start with the The Metropolitan Museum of Art and it's uptown location The Cloisters."  See More

"The Cloisters has wonderful seasonal concerts:"  See More

"The Cloisters (website) The Morgan Library & Museum (website) Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site"  See More

"You can visit The Cloisters which is a beautiful museum, I understand that you will rub elbows with some tourist here but the views and the exhibits are worth it."  See More

"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."  See More

"Similarly, The Cloisters up in Washington Heights is great."  See More

"Grand Central Station -interior; New York Public Library- interior; The Morgan Library & Museum; The Cloisters; Brooklyn Museum and Rubin Museum of Art."  See More

"The Cloisters in Upper Manhattan are beautiful."  See More

"You should walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and visit The Cloisters!"  See More

"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

"While you're in the vicinity, I'd also hit The Cloisters."  See More

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