Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Cloisters

Museum, Park, and Garden
Hudson Heights, New York
  • Gerard Y.
    "Unicorn tapestries are my favorite"(12 Tips)
    Sean F.
    "Beautiful views from the Museum of the Hudson river."(8 Tips)
    Dante S.
    "famous unicorn exhibit"(3 Tips)
    Linh (Kelly) N.
    "Great view over the Hudson, especially in the fall"(35 Tips)
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  • Michael A.
    Michael Anthony1 week ago
    Don't bother going into the cloisters just walk around
  • Victoria O.
    Victoria O'DonnellSeptember 12
    Loved the gardens and medieval herbs. The museum itself is not that interesting.
  • Owen H.
    Kind of a long trip, but a really nice museum of medieval and religious artifacts. They basically transported an entire European monastery to NYC on a boat. Only go if there’s nice weather outside.
  • Albert T.
    Albert TongAugust 27
    Fun gardens. One of them is a fruit garden.
  • Albert T.
    Albert TongAugust 27
    Free drinking water fountain downstairs by restrooms. Don't need to pay $4 for bottled water.
  • Tina S.
    Tina SammonAugust 21
    The Hudson views
  • Roseann L.
    This place is so outstanding, a gem buried in NYC!
  • Candice R.
    The tapestry is really intricate and the castle itself is a work of art. The outdoor courtyards are amazing and peaceful. Once you're outside you can go on a variety of scenic walks in the area!
  • Guest of a Guest
    Inside the Cloisters, a medieval French castle transplanted into Washington Heights, Met horticulturalists have recreated a series of medieval gardens. Read more
  • David M.
    Definitely go in the spring/summer. It's beautiful and worth the trip uptown.
  • Steff H.
    Beautiful outdoor areas. Be sure to get off he subway at 190 and walk through the the park for great views over the Hudson
  • Latha S.
    Latha SJuly 1
    Cloisters contain 12th to 15th century European medieval architecture. The tapestries room with "The hunt of the Unicorn" is interesting!
  • George Z.
    George ZJune 25
    Don't get gored by a unicorn
  • Linda A.
    Must see! Such amazing history and natural beauty.
  • PureWow
    PureWowJune 2
    July 15th: Take a day trip uptown to the Cloisters--check out medieval European art, then explore the gorgeous grounds. Read more
  • Candice R.
    The tapestry is amazing, architecture is a marvel.
  • Zeba S.
    Best way to spend an afternoon away from the city hustle! The european architecture is beautiful. transports you in Europe! Loved it. Entry fee is suggested price just like MET
  • Thelocaltripper
    Beautiful quiet spaces filled with history! Highly recommend walking through this place with enough time to sit and enjoy the views.
  • Guy F.
    Great views. Interesting art: unicorn tapestries. Pretty gardens. But CROWDED.
  • Rodrigo A.
    Nice place to visit. Small museum though
  • Alyssa B.
    p. sick ass art.
  • Alexander L.
    Best time to go is during the spring summer and early fall when they have the gardens open. So peaceful and just a beautiful collection!
  • Carl G.
    Carl GriffinDecember 25, 2015
    Best museum of medieval art in North America.
  • LittleLs D.
    LittleLs Dog TreatsDecember 21, 2015
    Is the Cloisters at Fort Tryon dog friendly? The beautiful lawn outside the museum is a great place to chill with your furbabies. If you have a small dog, you can try sneaking it inside in the bag ;)
  • Andrew C.
    Andrew CDecember 18, 2015
    This place is a gem. The medieval artifacts transport you back in time.
  • Scott G.
    Scott GellmanDecember 16, 2015
    You don't need to go when it's warm. Most is indoors
  • George Z.
    George ZinkgrafDecember 10, 2015
    Unicorn tapestries -a personal,and private time ,shared there with a friend.
  • Adam
    AdamNovember 16, 2015
    Entry is price is only a suggested donation. You can pay what you think.
  • Chelsea L.
    Chelsea LawrenceNovember 15, 2015
    Check out the unicorn tapestries, and the espalier trees in the garden!
  • Danielle E.
    Danielle ElliotNovember 12, 2015
    Do t miss the trees on the veranda, they're rad.
  • Juliano R.
    Juliano RossiNovember 11, 2015
    Beautiful place, one of my top 5 places to recommend to friends. Yet, I was robed while climbing the park that leads to the museum. I highly recommend you to take care while getting to the museum.
  • R K.
    R KOctober 31, 2015
    Oh wow! This museum amazes me every time. I love anything medieval. Thank you Manhattan.
  • jennifer v.
    jennifer von mayrhauserOctober 29, 2015
  • Emmanuel G.
    Emmanuel GalvanOctober 29, 2015
    Wow, what a place. You wouldn't think you're in New York. It feels like the south of France! Did you know this is the only museum of medieval art in America? This is a must !
  • Donna Z.
    Donna ZeidlerOctober 21, 2015
    Just a lovely day for art and gardens.
  • Matthew B.
    Matthew ByeOctober 17, 2015
    Great museum wonderful collections
  • Sally M.
    Sally MelvilleOctober 13, 2015
    Beautiful grounds
  • Sara .
    Sara 🌈⚔🍾October 12, 2015
    Amazing scenic views and fascinating exhibits.
  • Adna
    AdnaSeptember 29, 2015
    Hidden gem in northern Manhatten!
  • Charlotte S.
    Charlotte ScarfSeptember 28, 2015
    Incredible collection, pillaged from Europe. The tapestries are particularly stunning, and look out for the pear trees in the garden.
  • Kavita B.
    Kavita BabaSeptember 10, 2015
    Great views of the Hudson in a scenic spot. Beware if you're trying to bike up here. There are hills
  • Kavita B.
    Kavita BabaSeptember 10, 2015
    Medieval art
  • Shena
    ShenaSeptember 1, 2015
    It is so beautiful! So many hidden treasures!
  • Dylan P.
    Dylan PereraAugust 31, 2015
    Amazing medieval art museum with a beautiful view and park
  • Richard R.
    Richard RevillaAugust 27, 2015
    The museum is a collection of medieval art. Not too extensive, it can be completed in under 2 hours. Enjoy the views on the Hudson from the outdoor gardens.
  • Myer
    MyerAugust 13, 2015
    So tranquil
  • Mariana P.
    Mariana PantalenaAugust 12, 2015
    For those who like medieval art it's the place to visit. The cloister's castle was built to show the medieval architecture. Beautiful gardens with plants that were used back than for medicine.
  • Sam H.
    Sam HAugust 7, 2015
    Explore Fort Tryon if you want something different to do in the city. Walk up from 190th and get some amazing views of the GWB
  • Dee C.
    Dee CJuly 10, 2015
    It has great beauty. I prob don't suggest kids coming bc (no offense) tbh, can be rowdy, boisterous so (haha) no trouble makers. The garden has rlly cool things there and there is more 2 c 4 urself.😃
  • Heejung K.
    Heejung KimJuly 9, 2015
    Love it! Beautiful. theres an m4 bus that goes directly.from and to the metropolitan. If you access the cloisters you can go to the met on the same day as well!
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