Suggested Admission at the The Met Cloisters; Free Admission for Members, Patrons and Children (under 12) - see INFO below. The Met Cloisters, located on four acres overlooking the Hudson River in northern Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park, is the branch of the Museum dedicated to the art, architecture, and gardens of medieval Europe. The collection at The Met Cloisters continues to grow, thanks to Rockefeller's endowment and other significant gifts. Among its masterpieces are an early 15th-century French illuminated book of hours, The Belles Heures of Jean de France, Duc de Berry; a richly carved, 12th-century ivory cross attributed by some to the English abbey of Bury Saint Edmunds; stained-glass windows from the castle chapel at Ebreichsdorf, Austria; a stone Virgin of the mid-13th century from the choir screen of Strasbourg Cathedral in France; and the Merode Triptych, representing the Annunciation, by the workshop of the 15th-century Netherlandish master Robert Campin. Open Seven Days a Week MarchOctober: 10 am5:15 pm NovemberFebruary: 10 am4:45 pm Closed Thanksgiving Day, December 25, and January 1.
March 29 @ 10am
where:Fort Tryon Park, 99 Margaret Corbin Drive, New York, NY (map)
INFO:Suggested Admission for New York State residents as well as NY, NJ and CT students. Free for Members, Patrons & Children (under 12 yo). Phone: 212-923-3700