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The Cloisters Museum and Gardens (art and architecture of medieval Europe), New York.

A Hidden Gem in New York: The Cloisters Museum and Gardens

The Cloisters Museum and Gardens (art and architecture of medieval Europe), New York. One of my favorite places in NYC.and like the monks who inhabited the Cloisters, it is a wonderful place to meditate.

Find yourself in a medieval wonderland at The Cloisters. | 14 Non-Touristy Things Everybody Should Do In NYC

Non-touristy NYC thing to do Find yourself in a medieval wonderland at The Cloisters.

The Cloisters, NYC. This is a 14th century chapel from Austria. The effigy is 13th century. Simple and beautiful

The Cloisters, ~Met Museum, NYC. This is a century chapel from Austria. The effigy is century. Simple and beautiful

The Unicorn in Captivity (from the Unicorn Tapestries), 1495–1505. South Netherlandish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of John D. Rockefeller Jr., 1937 (37.80.6) #Cloisters

New York City, Metropolitan Museum, The Cloisters The Unicorn Tapestries on “the hunt of the unicorn” Series of seven Flemish tapestries from around 1500 CE. Tapestry no. The Unicorn in captivity

How To Spend Four Days in New York City — #Travel #NYC via @nomadicmatt

New York Itinerary

When my friends visit New York City, they want to see it all. They have laundry lists of places to visit, things to do, restaurants to eat and bars to drink at! It’s a frantic schedule even for this N

Another favorite place: The Cloisters, NYC

Another favorite place: The Cloisters, NYC. with Carol Rifka Brunt in Tell the Wolves I'm Home.

Apse from San Martín at Fuentidueña, ca. 1175–1200. Spanish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Exchange Loan from the Government of Spain (L.58.86) #Cloisters

One small chapel in the Cloisters consists of the "Apse from San Martín at Fuentidueña" (ca. originally from Segovia, Spain. ~ Photo: The Cloisters Collection, NYC

Hidden New York Admit it: NYC is one of the greatest cities on earth (as New Yorkers, we're biased of course). But come on... IT REALLY IS. Whether you've been once or a hundred times, there's always something new to discover in the city. Here, we reveal the secret spots and underrated gems that make our hometown so alluring.

Best things to do in New York

The secret spots and underrated gems that make New York so alluring

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11 Spots To Enjoy Great Pizza in NYC

10 Things To Do That I Personally Recommend!: Have a great experience in New York City with these personal recommendations

Locals' Favorite Activities in NYC: 11 Things You Can't Miss

From my favorite museums to some of NYC's best sightseeing opportunities, these are my personal suggestions for great things to see and do in NYC.: Looking For More Inspiration for Your New York City Trip?

A wonderful museum for medieval art set in Fort Tryon Park, Upper Manhattan. The building is a replica of European monasteries. Originally built for John D. Rockefeller, it's now a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Cloisters and Ft Tryon Park. There's also a free Renaissance Faire held here every year at the end of September.

The Cloisters, Fort Tryron Park, NY Perched on a hill in upper Manhattan, The Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, houses a world-class collection of medieval art surrounded by 67-acres of gorgeous gardens, stunning river views, peaceful vistas, and flowering walkways.  Enjoy lunch at New Leaf Restaurant, housed in a 1930s cottage — the shady patio is perfect for dining al fresco. Getting There: Take the A train to 190th Street (about 30 minutes from Midtown) and another 10…

32 Day Trips Perfect For New Yorkers

Discover the beauty of The Cloisters museum and gardens, located high atop a hill in northern Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park—only 30 minutes by subway from Midtown—devoted to the art and.

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