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Travel Giveaway / Met

With prime real estate on the Upper East Side of Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art exudes a grand presence in its Manhattan home. As the largest art museum in the United States, the Met, as it’s affectionately called, holds a special place in the heart of New Yorkers as well as art-lovers and sightseers around the world. Recently, the Museum was ranked one of the Top 25 Museums in the United States by TripAdvisor. While this is quite an accomplishment, it comes as no surprise to those who’ve seen the museum first hand. Housing two million works of art and artifacts, the Metropolitan Museum of Art boasts an ever-evolving collection in numerous galleries as well as expertly curated temporary exhibitions. One of the best things about the Metropolitan Museum of Art is that … [Read more...]

Metropolitan Museum of Art Spring Exhibits 2014

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Spring is a beautiful time to be in New York: the snows melt, the flowers begin to bloom, and Central Park is bustling with people once again. Of course, some of the best things in New York this spring are found indoors, especially if you’re an art lover – like new seasonal exhibits at some of the best art museums in the country! Here’s a sneak preview of some of the new and upcoming exhibits at the world-famous Metropolitan Museum of Art and its sister institution, the Cloisters Museum. You can even pick up a New York City attractions pass for special insider benefits when you visit these museums, like skip the line privileges! Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris Now - May 4, 2014 For those of you interested in the early years of photography and/or the history of 19th … [Read more...]

Top NYC Fall Attractions


Now that summer is in the rearview mirror, it’s time to start planning for fall. If watching the leaves fall and going apple-picking aren’t exactly near the top of your list of things to do, consider taking a trip to the big city and seeing some of the sights that NYC has to offer before the weather gets cold and the snow starts coming down. There are plenty of NYC Attractions to keep you busy! Although it is a very somber place to go, the 911 Memorial is an important place to visit, especially in the fall. Things can get a little busy down near the 911 Memorial (particularly in September), but don’t let that dissuade you from taking a trip to downtown Manhattan and paying your respects. The memorial was dedicated on September 11, 2011, 10 years after the attacks on the World … [Read more...]