The Cloisters are located at 99 Margaret Corbin Drive in Fort Tryon Park. To get there, you can take the A train to 190th Street and walk north along Margaret Corbin Drive for 10 minutes to the attraction or transfer to the M4 bus and ride one stop. The Cloisters are open from March through October, Tuesday-Sunday from 9:30am-5:15pm, and November through February, Tuesday-Sunday from 9:30am-4:45pm. They are closed Mondays, Thanksgiving Day, December 25 and January 1. Suggested admission -- meaning you can actually choose what to donate -- is $25 for adults, $17 for seniors, $12 for students and free for members and children under 12. This includes entrance into the Main Building and special exhibitions.
Amazing, the tour guides were so funny. Did the 72 hour ticket and was worth every penny. The night tour was the highlight. The tour of the Bronx and Yankee stadium was also really good. Get an early start in the mornings the traffic on the downtown loop is manic. Wish we had the time to do the Brooklyn tour. Will definitely use the bus again its a good way to see many sights in a short time and get your bearings of the city.
If you're in NY for a short time (1-4 days) and have a good idea of the activities you would like to do, this pass is great. If you are spending 4 or more days in NY and able to do lots of things, possibly the New York Pass would be a better option.We used our pass for Ripley's Believe It or Not Odditorium, Night Tour by Citysights and Top of the Rock. Night Tour by Citysights was HORRIBLE in cold weather. Ripley's was very cool. Top of the Rock offered great photo opportunity of the Empire State Building and, best of all, we skipped the line!
I'm normally not in that kind of tourism, but it was the best way to see all New York for the few first day to know where I would like to go back and also use it as a nice transportation between attractions! A great deal to really recommend!