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Wonder exhibit as usual. The Met never disappoints!. Glad that we arrived early because it became quite crowded by the time we left (2:30PM) with more people arriving by the droves. The skip the line tickets did help in the morning.
What can you say a day here was barely enough - a must visit museum to anyone coming to0 New York
Excellent, queues weren't long but good to have security of advance tickets. Could have spent all day there and view from roof terrace a bonus
Nice walk through central park to museum, then easy access through ticket lanes, then interesting easy to follow layout. Didn't get to see it all in one visit would be worth another visit!
I loved the Museum! I couldn't see everything in one day but I came away uplifted and in awe of the beauty that people can create. I went straight to the ticket desk, right over to pick up my audio tour and I was on my way in no time. Every Viator event that I have booked has gone off without a hitch and this was no exception.
It was really great. We booked the incorrect museum but this one was really good. I will read carefully next time.
Huge museum, need to spend a whole day if you want to see all the treasure.
Fantastic! No other words to describe it. We took the audio guided director's tour of the museum, which allowed us to touch on many of the hundreds of different aspects the museum has to offer. One would have to be a frequent visitor to absorb everything here but skipping the line gives extra time for newcomers to get as much as one can from one day. We will be back!
Excellent museum, well worth visiting and this saved us queuing on a very busy Easter weekend.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a must see! We cannot wait to go back! The Arms and Armory exhibit was a real surprise favorite (we are not really "weapons" people per se). We especially loved the Japanese arms section! Our skip the line tickets let us do just that.
I wouldn't bother with the audio guides unless visiting the museum alone. They are much too long-winded and I would just rather discuss the exhibits with my partner than walk around listening to headphones.