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    Great place for art and to see the beauty that people created. It is very, i mean very touristic sometime, so if you have a free week day, and you are looking for something interesting, it may be the best time. Or do what i do, wait for guests from out of NYC, and take them there.And for all people, there is no need to take 1,0000 pictures, the flashes camera can do a lot of damage, so if you want people to still enjoy the place in 100 years, easy on the flash.

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    For an alternative (and highly superior) way to check off this popular tourist destination, I strongly suggest purchasing tickets to one of their evening events. We had the pleasuring of attending a classical music concert. It was a wonderful evening and museum entry is included in your ticket price. Just arrive early and wander the art filled halls…the impressionist collection left me feeling happy.

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    This is the best museum I have ever had the pleasure of visiting. I enjoy the comprehensive collection that have. It takes days to walk around and every time I hit a corner I was immersed in an area of the museum I had never been in before. I seems impossible but they are continuously working and opening new exhibits. Such an enjoyable way to spend the day.

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    Whenever I visit the Met, I feel lay before leaving the house, and feel SOOOO good when I feel that I just can’t walk anymore. This place offer endless amount of History! For me, this is a real Museum that you look at things and just amazed by the beauty and the talent that have been created who we are today.The Egyptian part is stunning, and really add a lot to the place. Few Tips: do not try to have it all at once, promise yourself to return again, and take the time to appreciate the beauty. One more tip, please, there is no need to take 100 pictures of each item, and the flashes are not helping to preserve them.Go there, who knows how long we will have it…

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    7/29/14:This was my first visit to the MET and it was certainly worth it. As overwhelming as it is, I was on a mission to visit at the “The Flowering of Edo Period Painting” and the “Decoding Chinese Calligraphy” exhibits. I was able to successfully visit these breathtaking exhibits but was pleasantly surprised with how much they exceeded my expectations. The exhibit halls were laid out in an inviting way and the level of detail is astounding. The architecture of the MET itself is impressive and I hope to visit again to continue my adventure.