Take the A train to northern Manhattan to visit the Cloisters, a branch of the Met dedicated to medieval European art and architecture. Located on four acres, the museum of five cloistered abbeys has great views of the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge, and the gardens are a quiet display of medieval life. Concerts at the museum’s Fuentiduena Chapel sound like the echoes of some other time and place far away from New York City. It’s worth planning your visit around one.
The incredibly unique reconstructed Italian medieval Cloister nestled on top of one of New York's most magical parks. Visit one of the Metropolitan Museum's most charming branches.
The Cloisters is one ofnthe three Metropolitan Museum of Art sites. This museum, located in Fort Tryon Park, is devoted to Middle Ages art.
It is America’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the art and architecture of the Middle Ages. Including a museum and gardens within a single complex.
Beautiful Old Fort turned Museum at the northern tip of Manhattan which is part of the Met.
Very serene museum, great art, meditative outdoor area, and nice view of the Hudson River.
“One of New York's best hidden and luscious parks. Constructed by the Rockefeller's in the early 20th century, this park is home to the Met Cloisters, Heather Garden, views of the Palisades, a Dog park, and fairy-garden style hidden winding staircases. Don't miss the many events they host throughout the year! Include nature walks for kids and adults and a full Medieval Festival with turkey legs and jousting in September”
“Upscale beautiful historic restaurant overlooking Inwood, tucked up into Fort Tryon Park near The Cloisters.”
“Park across the street includes primordial forest, nature walks, tennis, baseball, playgrounds, river with ducks and our very own local seal!”
“American farm to table restaurant, breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch. Full drinks bar, coffee bar, live entertainment at night. 1 block away, 3 minute walk. The best place around.”
“There's a poor side and a rich side of these 2 side by side docking/fishing areas. We visit both and sometimes eat at the restaurant, fly kites on one of the docks, stick our toes in the sand and occasionally have splashed in the river. In the summer there are sometimes 2 swans who come to visit. ”