10 Pieces to See at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
10 Pieces to See at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Every year, more than seven million people from around the globe visit the celebrated galleries and exhibitions of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

With 17 curatorial departments and more than 2 million works in its permanent collections, The Met contains more treasures than most visitors will ever be able to see in a lifetime. To help guide your trip, here are 5 of the most important artworks to see on your visit!


  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 0:41 - Temple of Dendur
  • 3:12 - Death of Socrates
  • 6:20 - Portrait of Madame X
  • 8:23 - Washington Crossing the Delaware
  • 10:50 - Buddha of Medicine Bhaishajyaguru
  • 12:46 - Conclusion

Part 1

In this next video, we will go beyond the surface and dive deep into the world of art with an in-depth look at 5 MORE artworks from The MET's collection. It's the perfect way to get a preview of what the museum has to offer before your visit, and to get excited about all the art and culture that awaits you!


  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 0:25 - The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer
  • 3:25 - Self Portrait with a Straw Hat/Potato Peeler
  • 6:07 - Young Mother Sewing
  • 8:04 - Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lilies 
  • 10:24 - The Sphinx of Hatshepsut
  • 12:30 - Conclusion

Part 2

What's your reaction?



0 comment

Write the first comment for this!

Facebook Conversations