This booking provides 2 tickets valid for consecutive 3-Day General Admission to all three Met locations: The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters. Check hours and addresses at metmuseum.org. Reservation is for 1 adult (retail price $25). Children under 12 are free.
**Please print your booking confirmation and bring it with you. Present the confirmation at any Admissions Desk to receive your admission tickets.**
You are not limited to the 2-hour window reserved, that is just an approximation of length to enjoy the exhibits and activities available at each museum. There is no need to call KidPass or The Met if you are running late or want to begin your visit earlier in the day.
Note: Admission to the Met is free for NYC residents. Your KidPass booking goes towards making their suggested donation!
**Please print out the booking confirmation and bring it with you. You must exchange this voucher at the box office for a reserved entrance time admission ticket. Express Admission: This is not your ticket. Redeem your valid booking confirmation for admission at The Met Fifth Avenue (located at Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street) Advance Sales Desk located in the Great Hall to the left of the Grand Staircase, at any desk in the lobby at The Met Breuer (located at Madison Avenue at 75th Street), or at the Admissions Desk located in the entrance hall in the Met Cloisters (located in Fort Tryon Park). All visitors must go through security prior to exchanging this voucher for admission.
1 hour in advance
Upcoming Schedule for The Met 3-Day Pass (Adult + Child Under 12)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in the Upper East Side features art for everyone. Visitors can see various types of art including European, Modern and Contemporary, Medieval, Greek and Roman, Egyptian, Africa and the Americas, European Sculpture, Arms and Armor—you name it, this museum has got it. Before you go, explore #MetKids with your kids to get them primed, ready and excited to learn all about the world of art. On the big day, forget the adult map of the museum—download the Family Map instead. If your child has a particular interest in, say, arms and armor, you can even download curated Family Guides that take you through themes or ideas in a fun-filled, kid-friendly way. Once you've done as many guides as humanly possible, participate in one of the museum's fun Family Programs that include the likes of story time and art-making!