The Cloisters

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99 Margaret Corbin Dr (at Fort Tryon Pl)
New York, NY 10040
(212) 923-3700
Museum, Park, Garden
Hours
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–5:15 PM

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  • Like beer? The Bonnefont Garden at The Cloisters grows hops. Take a garden highlights tour MayOctober at 1:00 p.m. (Kamomi, Design)
  • Check out the famous Unicorn Tapestries, the 12th-century Fuentiduea Chapel and the Annunciation Triptych by Robert Campin.
  • At this museum devoted to medieval art, a path winds through the peaceful grounds to a monastery that appears to have survived from the Middle Ages. Dont miss the famed unicorn tapestries.
  • Portions of five medieval French cloisters were combined to create this treasure that is run by the Met. Make sure to visit the "unicorn tapestry," which made a guest appearance in "Harry Potter."
  • Got a date? Bring them here and you will earn another, as their romantic paths will surely seduce. The architecture is astounding and the view of the Palisades and the bridge alone is worth the visit.
  • It's a BG New York City Secret! After a browsing over 3,000 pieces of medieval art, pack a picnic & enjoy the sunset over the Hudson River
  • Explore the Cloisters uptown
  • I unicorns. And the unicorn tapestries here are worth your .
  • Bike up along the west side highway and check out the met's medieval younger brother, the cloisters. On your way back down stop by @pier i cafe for a burger and a beer.
  • It's like Game of Thrones, but IRL.
  • This is a hidden gem in Manhattan, with a medieval museum (part of the Met) & park situated at the north end of the island with incredible 360 views of the Hudson River, Palisades, Bronx & Manhattan.
  • One of the most peaceful and tranquil museums in NYC youll swear you heard the chanting of monks. The medieval tapestries and architecture is divine.
  • enjoy the incredible medieval art collection and one of the best views of the hudson in the entire city.
  • go to the upper garden and read a book in the sun away from noise and wind
  • It's a BG New York City Secret! Nicole Colovos of Helmut Lang loves to escape to this spot, only 20 minutes from the city but seemingly a world away.
  • Entrance Fee is actually a donation of your choice
  • It's a BG New York City Secret! After a browsing over 3,000 pieces of medieval art, pack a picnic & enjoy the sunset over the Hudson River.
  • It's devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe and is completely cool.
  • To get here by bike from the Hudson River Greenway, take the ramp to 181st St and go up Fort Washington Avenue.
  • saw amazing views of the Hudson not to mention 540-year-old playing cards.