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Эксклюзивный комбинированный тур в музей метрополитена и естественной истории без очереди

Обзор
В этом 5,5-часовом эксклюзивном комбинированном туре по музеям ваш энергичный гид покажет вам лучшее, что могут предложить эти роскошные музеи. Нет более эффективного и увлекательного способа познакомиться с лучшими музеями Нью-Йорка, чем этот эпический комбинированный тур. Проведите день, изучая искусство в Метрополитен-музее, прежде чем отправиться на частную экскурсию к научным чудесам в Американском музее естественной истории.
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Fri 21 Jun
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Wheelchair Friendly
Duration 5.5 Hours (Including Lunch Break)
Professional Tour Guide Exclusively For You
All Entrance Fees
Private Museum Tour
Wheelchair Friendly
Duration 5.5 Hours (Including Lunch Break)
Дополнительная информация
  • Доступен для инвалидных колясок
  • Младенцы и маленькие дети могут кататься в детской коляске
  • Остановки общественного транспорта поблизости
  • Все районы и поверхности доступны для инвалидных колясок
  • Путешественники должны иметь как минимум средний уровень физической подготовки
  • Максимум 8 человек на бронирование
  • Примечания: Музей Метрополитен может подвергаться периодические закрытия без предварительного предупреждения руководства музея. Когда это произойдет, мы предоставим гостям подходящую альтернативу, если время открытия музея задерживается более чем на 1 час с начала тура. В этих случаях мы не можем предоставить возмещение или скидки. Для входа на некоторые сайты в этом туре требуется соответствующая одежда. В музей не допускаются большие сумки или чемоданы, через службу безопасности пропускаются только дамские сумки или небольшие пакеты с тонкими сумками. Из-за усиленных мер безопасности на многих аттракционах могут образовываться очереди на экскурсии с пропуском без очереди или без ожидания. В некоторых определенных комнатах внутри музея действует очень тихое или ограниченное право говорить внутри, в этом случае ваш гид предоставит информацию об этих местах, прежде чем войти в определенные комнаты, где действует это правило. Некоторые коллекции могут меняться в течение года.
Что ожидать
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Start with the Met and its roughly 2 million works of art and artifacts covering everything from Ancient Egypt to modern art. From the Great Hall, you’ll visit the museum’s most important galleries. Pass through the Medieval Europe Gallery on your way to the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace. Explore armory from the Middle Ages, including pieces worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the famed portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware. A host of European painters including Vermeer, Picasso, and Van Gogh awaits you as you learn about their troubled yet exciting lives. 
2
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch (at your own expense), check out a few of the 33 million objects housed in the American Museum of Natural History, covering basically all of Earth’s history. Begin with the museum itself as you learn about its history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda. Your guide will then reveal how the dioramas are made as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  Then move towards the dinosaur exhibits where you’ll explore some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the more familiar T-Rex, you’ll feel like a kid again as you learn their stories. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gazing up at the giant 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. Finally, blast off beyond our orbit in the Rose Center for Earth and Space to feel unbelievably insignificant facing the mysteries of the cosmos.
3
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Start with the Met and its roughly 2 million works of art and artifacts covering everything from Ancient Egypt to modern art. From the Great Hall, you’ll visit the museum’s most important galleries. Pass through the Medieval Europe Gallery on your way to the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace. Explore armory from the Middle Ages, including pieces worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the famed portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware. A host of European painters including Vermeer, Picasso, and Van Gogh awaits you as you learn about their troubled yet exciting lives. 
4
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch (at your own expense), check out a few of the 33 million objects housed in the American Museum of Natural History, covering basically all of Earth’s history. Begin with the museum itself as you learn about its history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda. Your guide will then reveal how the dioramas are made as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  Then move towards the dinosaur exhibits where you’ll explore some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the more familiar T-Rex, you’ll feel like a kid again as you learn their stories. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gazing up at the giant 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. Finally, blast off beyond our orbit in the Rose Center for Earth and Space to feel unbelievably insignificant facing the mysteries of the cosmos.
5
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Start with the Met and its roughly 2 million works of art and artifacts covering everything from Ancient Egypt to modern art. From the Great Hall, you’ll visit the museum’s most important galleries. Pass through the Medieval Europe Gallery on your way to the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace. Explore armory from the Middle Ages, including pieces worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the famed portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware. A host of European painters including Vermeer, Picasso, and Van Gogh awaits you as you learn about their troubled yet exciting lives. 
6
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch (at your own expense), check out a few of the 33 million objects housed in the American Museum of Natural History, covering basically all of Earth’s history. Begin with the museum itself as you learn about its history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda. Your guide will then reveal how the dioramas are made as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  Then move towards the dinosaur exhibits where you’ll explore some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the more familiar T-Rex, you’ll feel like a kid again as you learn their stories. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gazing up at the giant 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. Finally, blast off beyond our orbit in the Rose Center for Earth and Space to feel unbelievably insignificant facing the mysteries of the cosmos.
7
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Start with the Met and its roughly 2 million works of art and artifacts covering everything from Ancient Egypt to modern art. From the Great Hall, you’ll visit the museum’s most important galleries. Pass through the Medieval Europe Gallery on your way to the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace. Explore armory from the Middle Ages, including pieces worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the famed portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware. A host of European painters including Vermeer, Picasso, and Van Gogh awaits you as you learn about their troubled yet exciting lives. 
8
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch (at your own expense), check out a few of the 33 million objects housed in the American Museum of Natural History, covering basically all of Earth’s history. Begin with the museum itself as you learn about its history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda. Your guide will then reveal how the dioramas are made as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  Then move towards the dinosaur exhibits where you’ll explore some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the more familiar T-Rex, you’ll feel like a kid again as you learn their stories. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gazing up at the giant 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. Finally, blast off beyond our orbit in the Rose Center for Earth and Space to feel unbelievably insignificant facing the mysteries of the cosmos.
9
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Start with the Met and its roughly 2 million works of art and artifacts covering everything from Ancient Egypt to modern art. From the Great Hall, you’ll visit the museum’s most important galleries. Pass through the Medieval Europe Gallery on your way to the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace. Explore armory from the Middle Ages, including pieces worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the famed portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware. A host of European painters including Vermeer, Picasso, and Van Gogh awaits you as you learn about their troubled yet exciting lives. 
10
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch (at your own expense), check out a few of the 33 million objects housed in the American Museum of Natural History, covering basically all of Earth’s history. Begin with the museum itself as you learn about its history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda. Your guide will then reveal how the dioramas are made as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  Then move towards the dinosaur exhibits where you’ll explore some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the more familiar T-Rex, you’ll feel like a kid again as you learn their stories. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gazing up at the giant 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. Finally, blast off beyond our orbit in the Rose Center for Earth and Space to feel unbelievably insignificant facing the mysteries of the cosmos.
11
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Start with the Met and its roughly 2 million works of art and artifacts covering everything from Ancient Egypt to modern art. From the Great Hall, you’ll visit the museum’s most important galleries. Pass through the Medieval Europe Gallery on your way to the Studiolo from the Ducal Palace. Explore armory from the Middle Ages, including pieces worn by Henry VIII. The American wing hosts the staircase from the Chicago Stock Exchange as well as the famed portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware. A host of European painters including Vermeer, Picasso, and Van Gogh awaits you as you learn about their troubled yet exciting lives. 
12
American Museum of Natural History
After a break for lunch (at your own expense), check out a few of the 33 million objects housed in the American Museum of Natural History, covering basically all of Earth’s history. Begin with the museum itself as you learn about its history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda. Your guide will then reveal how the dioramas are made as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  Then move towards the dinosaur exhibits where you’ll explore some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the more familiar T-Rex, you’ll feel like a kid again as you learn their stories. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gazing up at the giant 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. Finally, blast off beyond our orbit in the Rose Center for Earth and Space to feel unbelievably insignificant facing the mysteries of the cosmos.
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Метрополитен-музей
Начните с Метрополитена и его примерно 2 миллионов произведений искусства и артефактов, охватывающих все, от Древнего Египта до современного искусства. Из Большого зала вы посетите самые важные галереи музея. Пройдите через галерею средневековой Европы по пути в Студиоло из Герцогского дворца. Исследуйте средневековый арсенал, в том числе предметы, которые носил Генрих VIII. В американском крыле находится лестница Чикагской фондовой биржи, а также знаменитый портрет Вашингтона, пересекающего Делавэр. Множество европейских художников, включая Вермеера, Пикассо и Ван Гога, ждут вас, когда вы узнаете об их беспокойной, но захватывающей жизни.
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Американский музей естественной истории
После обеденного перерыва (за свой счет) осмотрите несколько из 33 миллионов объектов, хранящихся в Американском музее естественной истории, охватывающих практически всю историю Земли. Начните с самого музея, когда вы узнаете о его истории в величественной Ротонде Рузвельта. Затем ваш гид расскажет, как создаются диорамы, пока вы исследуете гигантских африканских млекопитающих в Экли-холле. Затем отправляйтесь к экспонатам динозавров, где вы изучите одну из самых полных коллекций скелетов динозавров в мире. От гигантского Титанозавра до более знакомого T-Rex, вы снова почувствуете себя ребенком, узнавая их истории. Затем вы услышите о лесах Северной Америки с гигантской секвойей, а затем посмотрите на гигантского синего кита, висящего над головой в Зале океанской жизни. Посетите некоторых американских млекопитающих, узнав о национальных парках Соединенных Штатов. Наконец, вылетите за пределы нашей орбиты в Центре Земли и Космоса Роуз, чтобы почувствовать себя невероятно незначительным лицом к лицу с тайнами космоса.
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Отзывы (21)
allisonj297
Sep 2022
Jeff was a great tour guide, especially for the Met. We would not have been able to figure out that place on our own.
honestmidwesternmom
Jul 2022
We did the private skip the line met tour with Jeff and he was amazing. He went at a pace than worked for our tween and teen and kept it engaging and fun. We would recommend to any history or art loving families.
Audra E
Jul 2022
We had a wonderful experience- from before the time of booking when I asked a question and got an immediate response to the very end. I had requested to see a couple of exhibits that are usually extra on top of a general admission ticket. Babylon immediately told me it was no problem and to just make sure that I made that request in the notes at the time of purchase. The entire process was easy and I felt confident that the company was attentive due to the quick responses that I received. Directions for meeting our guide were very clear. We were open to seeing whatever the guide planned, but if you have something specific in mind, I would contact the company before purchasing the tour to make sure that you can be accommodated. In such large museums, there is no way to cover more than a fraction in only a few hours, so keep that in perspective. Our guide was knowledgeable and eager to share. He was personable and had a sense of humor. He was able to keep our 12 year old son interested from 10:30 to 4:00, covering two museums, so that speaks volumes! I highly recommend Babylon tours (and our tour guide, Matt)!

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