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Visite combinée coupe-file du Met & Natural History Museum - Semi-privé 8 personnes maximum

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Rejoignez notre guide enthousiaste et jusqu'à 8 invités lors de cette visite guidée semi-privée de 5,5 heures qui explorera l'histoire, l'art et les merveilles de la nature au Metropolitan Museum of Art et à l'American Museum of Natural History. Vous aurez une courte pause entre les deux musées pour rester à l'aise. Visitez deux des musées les plus emblématiques de la Big Apple en une journée, vous permettant de profiter au maximum de votre séjour à New York.
Ville: La ville de New York
Wed 26 Jun
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Semi-Private Museum Tour
Duration 5.5 Hours (Including A Lunch Break)
All Entrance Fees
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Semi-Private" Means Group Size Is Never More Than 8 Guests Maximum
Semi-Private Museum Tour
Duration 5.5 Hours (Including A Lunch Break)
Information additionnelle
  • Les bébés et les jeunes enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
  • Des options de transport en commun sont disponibles à proximité
  • Les voyageurs doivent avoir au moins un niveau de forme physique modéré
  • Un maximum de 8 personnes par réservation
  • Un nombre minimum s'applique. Cette visite ne se déroulera pas sans un minimum de 2 invités pour répondre aux exigences. Dans ce cas, une alternative ou un remboursement complet vous sera proposé.
  • Remarques : Le Met and Natural History Museum peut être soumis à des fermetures occasionnelles sans avertissement préalable de la direction du musée. Lorsque cela se produit, nous proposerons aux clients une alternative appropriée si l'heure d'ouverture du musée est retardée de plus d'une heure par rapport à l'heure de début de la visite. Dans ces cas, nous ne sommes pas en mesure de fournir des remboursements ou des remises. Une tenue vestimentaire appropriée est requise pour accéder à certains sites de cette excursion. Aucun grand sac ou valise n'est autorisé à l'intérieur du musée, seuls les sacs à main ou les petits sacs à dos fins sont autorisés par la sécurité. En raison des mesures de sécurité renforcées dans de nombreuses attractions, certaines files d'attente peuvent se former lors de visites avec un accès "Skip the Line" ou "No Wait". Certaines salles spécifiques à l'intérieur du musée sont soumises à un droit de parole très calme ou restreint à l'intérieur, dans ce cas, votre guide fournira les informations sur ces lieux avant d'entrer dans les salles spécifiques où cette règle s'applique. Certaines collections peuvent varier au cours de l'année.
À quoi s'attendre
1
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
With no less than 2 million works of art and artifacts on hand, the Met showcases objects from Ancient Greece and Egypt as well as modern art from Europe and beyond. During this tour, you’ll start at the sumptuous Great Hall before moving to the museum’s most important galleries. In the Medieval Europe Gallery you’ll learn about the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace as well as armory worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the iconic portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware River. Learn about the turbulent and inspiring lives of several European painters including Vermeer, Seurat, and Van Gogh in the European wings. 
2
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch, move to the American Museum of Natural History where you’ll take a trip through time and space. The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda before moving onto hear how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence.
3
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
With no less than 2 million works of art and artifacts on hand, the Met showcases objects from Ancient Greece and Egypt as well as modern art from Europe and beyond. During this tour, you’ll start at the sumptuous Great Hall before moving to the museum’s most important galleries. In the Medieval Europe Gallery you’ll learn about the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace as well as armory worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the iconic portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware River. Learn about the turbulent and inspiring lives of several European painters including Vermeer, Seurat, and Van Gogh in the European wings. 
4
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch, move to the American Museum of Natural History where you’ll take a trip through time and space. The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda before moving onto hear how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence.
5
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
With no less than 2 million works of art and artifacts on hand, the Met showcases objects from Ancient Greece and Egypt as well as modern art from Europe and beyond. During this tour, you’ll start at the sumptuous Great Hall before moving to the museum’s most important galleries. In the Medieval Europe Gallery you’ll learn about the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace as well as armory worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the iconic portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware River. Learn about the turbulent and inspiring lives of several European painters including Vermeer, Seurat, and Van Gogh in the European wings. 
6
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch, move to the American Museum of Natural History where you’ll take a trip through time and space. The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda before moving onto hear how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence.
7
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
With no less than 2 million works of art and artifacts on hand, the Met showcases objects from Ancient Greece and Egypt as well as modern art from Europe and beyond. During this tour, you’ll start at the sumptuous Great Hall before moving to the museum’s most important galleries. In the Medieval Europe Gallery you’ll learn about the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace as well as armory worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the iconic portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware River. Learn about the turbulent and inspiring lives of several European painters including Vermeer, Seurat, and Van Gogh in the European wings. 
8
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch, move to the American Museum of Natural History where you’ll take a trip through time and space. The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda before moving onto hear how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence.
9
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
With no less than 2 million works of art and artifacts on hand, the Met showcases objects from Ancient Greece and Egypt as well as modern art from Europe and beyond. During this tour, you’ll start at the sumptuous Great Hall before moving to the museum’s most important galleries. In the Medieval Europe Gallery you’ll learn about the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace as well as armory worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the iconic portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware River. Learn about the turbulent and inspiring lives of several European painters including Vermeer, Seurat, and Van Gogh in the European wings. 
10
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch, move to the American Museum of Natural History where you’ll take a trip through time and space. The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda before moving onto hear how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence.
11
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
With no less than 2 million works of art and artifacts on hand, the Met showcases objects from Ancient Greece and Egypt as well as modern art from Europe and beyond. During this tour, you’ll start at the sumptuous Great Hall before moving to the museum’s most important galleries. In the Medieval Europe Gallery you’ll learn about the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace as well as armory worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the iconic portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware River. Learn about the turbulent and inspiring lives of several European painters including Vermeer, Seurat, and Van Gogh in the European wings. 
12
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch, move to the American Museum of Natural History where you’ll take a trip through time and space. The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda before moving onto hear how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence.
13
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
With no less than 2 million works of art and artifacts on hand, the Met showcases objects from Ancient Greece and Egypt as well as modern art from Europe and beyond. During this tour, you’ll start at the sumptuous Great Hall before moving to the museum’s most important galleries. In the Medieval Europe Gallery you’ll learn about the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace as well as armory worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the iconic portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware River. Learn about the turbulent and inspiring lives of several European painters including Vermeer, Seurat, and Van Gogh in the European wings. 
14
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch, move to the American Museum of Natural History where you’ll take a trip through time and space. The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda before moving onto hear how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence.
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Le musée Métropolitain d'art
Avec pas moins de 2 millions d'œuvres d'art et d'artefacts à portée de main, le Met présente des objets de la Grèce antique et de l'Égypte ainsi que de l'art moderne d'Europe et d'ailleurs. Au cours de cette visite, vous commencerez par la somptueuse Grande Salle avant de vous diriger vers les galeries les plus importantes du musée. Dans la galerie de l'Europe médiévale, vous découvrirez le Studiolo du palais ducal ainsi que l'armurerie portée par Henri VIII. L'aile américaine accueille l'escalier de la Bourse de Chicago ainsi que le portrait emblématique de Washington traversant le fleuve Delaware. Découvrez la vie turbulente et inspirante de plusieurs peintres européens, dont Vermeer, Seurat et Van Gogh dans les ailes européennes.
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Musée américain d'histoire naturelle
Après une pause pour le déjeuner, rendez-vous au Musée américain d'histoire naturelle où vous ferez un voyage dans le temps et dans l'espace. Les 33 millions d'objets du musée sont répartis dans 28 bâtiments différents. Vous commencerez par apprendre l'histoire du musée dans la majestueuse rotonde Roosevelt avant de découvrir comment les dioramas sont créés tout en explorant les mammifères africains géants de l'Akeley Hall. Les créatures deviennent encore plus grandes au fur et à mesure que vous vous dirigez vers les expositions de dinosaures présentant certaines des collections de squelettes de dinosaures les plus complètes au monde. Du Titanosaure gargantuesque au T-Rex préféré de la foule, même l'adulte le plus sérieux se sent comme un enfant regardant ces bêtes. Vous passerez ensuite à la découverte des forêts nord-américaines, mettant en vedette le séquoia géant, avant de rester bouche bée devant la baleine bleue suspendue au-dessus de la tête dans le Hall of Ocean Life. Visitez des mammifères américains tout en découvrant les parcs nationaux des États-Unis. Terminez votre visite par un voyage dans l'espace, en explorant la voie cosmique qui détaille les pas moins de 13 milliards d'années d'existence de notre univers.
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Commentaires (39)
O2231BIcatherines
Oct 2022
When we decided to visit the Natural History Museum, we knew we wanted a guide to help us get more out of the experience and Mark did not disappoint! His enthusiastic and knowledgeable helped us to get the most out of all of the amazing exhibits! Highly recommend.
dennisandjanm
Oct 2022
AMAZING TOUR with Mark at the Met and Natural History Museum! He was so engaging and personable with each one of us ( we had 8 ) and encouraged us to really see what was behind all of the art we saw, just not the picture or object. His expertise and upbeat personality made this one of the best tours we have ever had. I truly believe our experience at these two museums wouldn’t have been the same if it weren’t for Mark’s guidance and explanations. Thank you Mark! We will highly recommend Babylon tours and Mark to all our traveling friends !
julieK229DJ
Sep 2022
We had the absolute pleasure of enjoying a tour with Mark around the Met Gallery. I cannot recommend this tour and Mark highly enough. It was our first ever visit to The Met and I know we will always remember this special and unique experience. Mark did not just show us around he made the artists come alive to us. His enthusiasm and passion for Art is infectious. I was on this tour with my Mum and 2 teenage daughters and each one of us got so much from this tour. Mark also has lots of anecdotes and information around The Met Gala Ball (which my daughters loved to hear) and around the artisits and who they were. We simply loved it - this tour is a must if you plan to viist The Met. Thank you Mark for a very special visit

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