Temple of Dendur

Central Park, New York
  • Yasmin M.
    "An amazing wonder brought over piece by piece from Egypt."(2 Tips)
    Todd V.
    "temple base are carvings of papyrus and lotus plants"(2 Tips)
    Kathy L.
    "museum crowd"(2 Tips)
    Claudia C.
    "I LOVE ART....."(2 Tips)
26 Tips and reviews
  • egypt
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  • architecture
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  • Evan S.
    Evan SchneiderFebruary 6
    A classic of The Met, and a peaceful hide out on a rainy day.
    Upvoted 1 day ago
  • Conrad G.
    How do you even steal a temple from another country and put it in your museum? One brick at a time I presume.
  • Giannis K.
    Giannis KontogiannisNovember 6, 2017
    Everything's fine
  • Alexandra F.
    Alexandra FanningAugust 31, 2017
    Beaut as always
  • Sadat
    SadatAugust 31, 2017
  • Rosa H.
    Rosa HidalgoJanuary 12, 2017
    So Nice!!!!
  • Kathy L.
    Kathy LiuOctober 30, 2016
    Super nice to sit around the temple while waiting for a friend or getting away from the museum crowd
  • Geraldine V.
    Geraldine ViscoJuly 31, 2016
    Been here 10+ times
    It's gorgeous fab atmosphere and historically fascinating I like to pretend I live there!
  • Susie Y.
    Susie YinJune 12, 2016
    Great lighting in this particular section for pictures
  • Jake S.
    Jake SmithMay 20, 2016
    Many of the exhibits are touchable, so take a unique photo with a piece of priceless art!
  • Mare P.
    Mare PeruskaApril 22, 2016
    Amazing view
  • Lawrence L.
    Lawrence L.December 28, 2015
    no outlets
  • Sherie S.
    Sherie SwerdlowSeptember 18, 2015
    As close as I will get to Egypt. Worth a look.,
  • Berk K.
    Berk KapiciogluJune 27, 2015
    The temple was given as a gift from the Egyptian government. It was originally built in 15 BC during the Roman occupation, so the pharaoh on the wall is Caesar Augustus.
  • Chase W.
    Chase WulffFebruary 1, 2014
    Just go sit and take it in. Take pictures. Enjoy the juxtaposition of the old and new right next to each other.
  • Jason K.
    Jason KaplerNovember 1, 2013
    Take a moment to enjoy my fav spot at The Met.
  • Mark K.
    Mark KingsleyOctober 7, 2013
    John McLaughlin and Gary Husband.
  • Yasmin M.
    Yasmin MohamedAugust 8, 2013
    An amazing wonder brought over piece by piece from Egypt. Try to find the unexplainable Templar carving!
  • Quinn A.
    Quinn AlbertinaAugust 5, 2013
    the highlite of the MET.. Cool...
  • Claudia C.
    Claudia CerriMay 31, 2013
    I LOVE ART.....
  • héloïse
    héloïseMay 19, 2013
    Wear comfortable shoes if you're going to watch shows, because stone floors!
  • Todd V.
    Todd VaccaroNovember 4, 2012
    the temple base are carvings of papyrus and lotus plants, symbolized by figures of the Nile god Hapy. Above temple entrance are images of the sun disk wings of Horus, the sky god.
    Upvoted Aug 16
  • Jennifer A.
    Jennifer AiraghiJanuary 5, 2012
    So strange and incredible
  • Srikala R.
    Srikala RoachNovember 21, 2011
    Check P. Scordeo's Tag on the temple walls!
  • Buffy R.
    Buffy RedseckerJanuary 29, 2011
    One of the most romantic places in NYC in the winter after dark!!! Stay till close!
  • Tema S.
    Не для толстячков.
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