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The Met Cloisters


Thursday–Tuesday: 10 am–5 pm
Closed Wednesday

Closed on Thanksgiving Day, December 25, and January 1. 


99 Margaret Corbin Drive
Fort Tryon Park
New York, NY 10040

Masks are strongly recommended.

Please be advised due to ongoing building improvements certain galleries might be closed.

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A windy road leads up a hill to towards a castle-like building set against a river backdrop and distant cliffs on the river coast on a partly cloudy day. Bare winter trees flank to view on either side.

Journey to the Middle Ages

Explore an extraordinary world full of triumphs of medieval imagination in The Met Cloisters Primer.

Begin your journey

A set of four iPhones with screens showing different aspects of The Met Cloisters digital guide on the Bloomberg Connects app.

The Met Cloisters Digital Guide

Enhance your visit to The Met Cloisters using our digital guide, available for free on the Bloomberg Connects app.

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Museum Map

View The Met Cloisters Map.

Visitor Guidelines

A review of our visitor guidelines and regulations below can help orient you before you arrive and ensure you get the most out of your Met experience.

The Met Cloisters Store

Located just off the Main Hall of The Met Cloisters, The Met Store presents jewelry, home gifts, publications, stationery, and more inspired by the art, architecture, and gardens of medieval Europe.

Experience the art and architecture of medieval Europe for free with Museum admission.


Join us for storytelling, live performances, film screenings, art-making programs, and conversations with Met curators, conservators, and educators.



The Metropolitan Museum of Art welcomes all visitors and affirms its commitment to offering programs and services that are accessible to everyone.

Become a Member

Enjoy free admission, complimentary guest tickets, invitations to exclusive viewing hours, discounts, and more.

Directions and Parking

Please be advised due to Fort Tryon Park pedestrian path repairs visitors are encouraged to take the M4 bus from 190th Street to the last stop.

**The Museum participates in several programs that include free admission for students. All New York City public school students, along with students from Bard Graduate Center, Barnard College, Columbia University, and the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University, may visit the Museum for free. Please check with your school administrator to see if your student ID allows free admission to the Museum.