Where is The Met Cloisters?
Located in: Fort Tryon Park
Address: 99 Margaret Corbin Dr, New York, NY 10040
Founded: May 10, 1938
Architect: Charles Collens
Architectural styles: Romanesque architecture, Medieval architecture
The Met Cloisters is part of the Met Museum and is dedicated to the art, architecture and gardens of the European Middle Ages. The Met Cloisters is a six-acre plot of land overlooking the Hudson River in Fort Tyron Park in northern Manhattan. The core of the building is formed by medieval monasteries, from which the Museum takes its name. The setting for the more than 2000 exceptional works of art and the architectural elements from the medieval West is harmonious and evocative.
Open seven days a week
Open: March-October from 10: 00 AM-5: 15 pm *
November-February: from 10: 00 AM-4: 45 pm *
Closed: Thanksgiving, December 25 and January 1
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