Metropolitan Museum Of Art Visit Essay Writing

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

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Marble sarcophagus with the Triumph of Dionysos and the Seasons

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Piazza San Marco

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Autre Vue Particulière de Paris depuis Nôtre Dame, Jusques au Pont de la Tournelle

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Imaginary View of Venice (undivided plate)

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The Piazza del Popolo (Veduta della Piazza del Popolo)

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Vue de la Grande Façade du Vieux Louvre

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View of St. Peter's and the Vatican from the Janiculum (Gianicolo)

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Johann Joachim Winckelmann (1717–1768)

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Modern Rome

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Ancient Rome

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Portrait of a Young Man

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Gardens of the Villa d'Este at Tivoli

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Veduta dell'Anfiteatro Flavio detto il Colosseo, from: 'Vedute di Roma' (Views of Rome)

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View of the Villa Lante on the Janiculum in Rome

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The Girandola at the Castel Sant'Angelo

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Dining room from Lansdowne House

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The Burial of Punchinello

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Portland Vase

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I'm ready. How do I book a youth group visit?
Appointments are required for all groups visiting the Museum. To request an appointment, please fill out the School Group Visit Request Form for K–12 school groups or the Camp and Community Youth Group Visit Request Form for summer camps and community youth organizations.

Qualified tour operators are eligible for discounted rates.

Do you have lunchroom facilities? May we eat in the public cafeteria?
Unfortunately the Museum does not have indoor lunchroom facilities. Bag lunches can be stored while you are in the galleries, but please plan to eat outside or on the bus. We encourage groups to picnic in neighboring Central Park before or after your visit (weather permitting).

My group includes children with special needs. Should I use the online request form?
Yes. The Museum welcomes children of all abilities. When requesting your youth group visit, please let us know what accommodations we can provide in order to meet your needs. You can also reference a social narrative (PDF; best viewed in Chrome, Safari, or Firefox) that prepares children on the autism spectrum for a guided visit.

We have a guided visit scheduled, but we have additional chaperones that want to attend. Is this okay?
Please notify us as soon as possible at schoolvisits@metmuseum.org so that we can assess the feasibility of your request. We typically permit only three chaperones per assigned guide and may not be able to accommodate the additional adults. If this is the case, the additional adults are more than welcome to do a self-guided visit and meet up with the group afterward.

How do I reschedule or cancel a confirmed youth group appointment?
All requests to change or cancel existing appointments must be made via email to schoolvisits@metmuseum.org. Please include your name, telephone number, confirmation number, name of organization, and date and time of your visit. If you need to reschedule or cancel a guided visit, we kindly ask for as much advance notice as possible so that we can assign your guides to another group.

Do you have a place for buses or large vans to park at the Museum?
There is no school or charter bus parking in the vicinity of the Museum. We recommend referencing the New York City Department of Transportation website for bus layover locations.

Our parking garage can accommodate smaller vans. The clearance is six feet, six inches (6' 6"). Designated spaces are available in the parking garage for visitors with disabilities. Alternate arrangements can be made in advance for visitors with disabilities traveling in oversized vehicles. Please call 212-650-2010, between 9 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday.

If we schedule a guided visit for a specific time, may we arrive earlier and look around on our own?
Due to the number of groups scheduled throughout the day, we ask that you arrive at your scheduled time. Your group is more than welcome to explore the rest of the Museum after your scheduled visit.

I have a guided visit scheduled and want to speak with the guides prior to the tour. Is this possible?
Of course. Our guides will contact you seven to ten days prior to your visit to discuss your tour in more detail. They usually write to the email address you provided when you requested your visit, so be sure to check your email a week or so prior to your visit.

Can we pay upon arrival or do we need to pay in advance?
Payment is expected upon arrival for self-guided visits. Payment is due one week in advance for guided tours. Groups can pay in advance by check, credit card, or purchase order. Checks should be mailed to:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Attn: Visitor Services
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10028

Please send a copy of the confirmation letter with your check. Credit card payments may be made by calling 212-570-3711. Purchase orders referencing your confirmation number may be emailed to schoolvisits@metmuseum.org or faxed to 212-570-3825. Please note that refunds are not provided for overpayments.

How should I prepare for my youth group visit?
We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the Met before bringing your group to the Museum. There are a range of resources for you, including:

  • Lesson Plans
    Search for lesson plans with keywords, or sort them by age, subject area, collection area, and theme.
  • Curriculum Resources
    These comprehensive and fully illustrated guides provide useful background information and ideas for engaging children.
  • K–12 Educator Workshops
    The Museum offers a variety of programs designed for K–12 educators that explore objects in the Museum's collections, interdisciplinary curriculum integration, and methods for teaching with objects.
  • Museum Map
    The Museum's fully interactive map allows you to learn more about the building's layout and the artworks currently on view.
  • Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History
    The Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History presents The Met collection via a chronological, geographical, and thematic exploration of global art history.
  • Curatorial Departments
    Read about the Museum's seventeen curatorial departments and how they study, exhibit, and care for the objects in the collections.

Please also review the Group Guidelines below before bringing your group to the Museum.

I have another question that's not answered here.
We are happy to help. Please email schoolvisits@metmuseum.org or call 212-570-3711. You may also continue to check this page for the most up-to-date information.

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