Afternoon at the Met

It is steamy in here and there are way too many people but a trip to the Met Museum us always worth the trouble.

I especially wanted to see the recovered Velasquez and American Stories.

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5 Responses to Afternoon at the Met

  1. adeodato says:

    FYI: The price recommended for admission ($20 I think) is just that, a recommendation. You may enter with a dime.

  2. edwardo3 says:

    If you are a member of an affiliated museum you can get in for free.

  3. James Locke says:

    I have shamelessly entered with 4 quarters and still received my pin. It is tough and they give you a look of death but hey, it is technically free.

  4. irishgirl says:

    Boy, that looks pretty crowded in there-no wonder you said it was ‘steamy’, Father Z!

    I remember the crowds at the Louvre in Paris, the National Gallery in London, and the Vatican Museum. Didn’t like the mob scenes, but what could I do under the circumstances? Just ‘suck it up’!