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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1000 Fifth Ave. at 82nd St., New York

$18 for Admission for One to The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Up to $25 Value)

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Two million square feet of exhibition space filled with artworks that represent 5,000+ years of human creativity from across the globe

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5 ratings3 reviews
August 31, 2014
Awesome beautiful place to visit on the weekend!
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30 ratings16 reviews
August 12, 2014
There is so much to see that you should look at the website in advance and decide what to prioritize.
Genatop reviewer
22 ratings12 reviews
July 8, 2014
Plan to spend the whole day there, or go several times for shorter visits.
Edwardtop reviewer
14 ratings6 reviews
June 21, 2014
Get there early enough to enjoy the whole thing!!! So many beautiful things to see. And so little time!!!
6 ratings3 reviews
May 14, 2014
Go early
4 ratings2 reviews
February 19, 2014
Don't get's free without it
Johnnytop reviewer helpful reviewer
27 ratings11 reviews
January 14, 2015
While the museum is more well known for their collection of ancient egyptian art, their collection of modern and post modern art is worth checking out.
Jennifertop reviewer
8 ratings5 reviews
September 6, 2014
The Egyptian exhibit was amazing as well as the fashion exhibit. My daughter who is 8 loved it!!

About This Deal

The Deal

  • $18 for museum admission for one (up to a $25 value**)
  • Admission includes access to the Museum's main building, The Cloisters museum and gardens, “skip the line” admission, all special exhibitions, and guided public tours during general public hours.
  • Click to learn more about the current exhibitions and permanent galleries.

** The $25 admission fee is the full recommended amount for adults according to the Museum's website. Admission is $17 for seniors ages 65 and up and $12 for students. Children under 12 are free with an adult. 

Groupon customers should note that they must present a paper copy of their voucher upon arrival. Tickets for admission cannot be applied toward private Museum-led guided tours or any other Museum service or product. If tickets for admission are not presented and redeemed at the time of admission, then standard recommended Museum entrance fees and conditions apply.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Sep 10, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 10 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Recommended admission at the Museum is $25 for adults, $17 for seniors ages 65 and up, and $12 for students. Children under 12 are free with an adult. All sales final. No refunds or exchanges. Not valid for private Museum-led guided tours or any other Museum service or product. Must present a paper copy of ticket upon arrival. Admission tickets are required at time of admission or standard recommended Museum entrance fees and conditions apply. Ticket expires Sept. 10, 2014. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art's four-block-long building, located in Central Park, functions as a time capsule, preserving hundreds of thousands of paintings, sculptures, and artifacts that collectively demonstrate mankind's finest achievements. Founded in 1870 to bring fine art closer to the general public, the Museum has since become a means of exploring worldwide cultures through art.

With more than 400 galleries open to the public, seeing all the Museum has to offer is more of a lifetime achievement than an afternoon commitment. Paintings by preeminent artists such as Claude Monet and Vincent Van Gogh draw huge crowds, but unexpected treasures await those willing to dig deeper. One collection of galleries features the world’s most comprehensive collection of American paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts. Another, equally compelling—and newly reopened—collection is devoted to intricate Islamic artwork from as far westward as Spain and Morocco and as far eastward as Central Asia and India. It's also impossible to overlook the galleries of Egyptian art and its approximately 26,000 artifacts, making it the largest collection of its kind outside Cairo.

The Cloisters Museum and Gardens

The Met’s collection is so expansive that it cannot fit entirely in its Fifth Avenue location. Travel to Fort Tryon Park in northern Manhattan, and you'll find the Museum's collection of reassembled cloisters, which opened to the public in 1938. These beautiful medieval structures currently house around 2,000 manuscripts, tapestries, and stained-glass artworks largely dating from the 12th century through the 15th century. Three of the cloisters even feature gardens planted in accordance with medieval tradition.