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    Art Hunt Game at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Looking for a colorful way to spend some time at the Met? Canvas the museum during this artsy scavenger hunt! You'll have 2.5 hours to locate 16 seminal works based on a series of clues. Along the way, you'll have to navigate labyrinthine passages that will have you winding your way through some of the facilities most vaunted galleries, where Van Goghs, Picassos, and Egyptian artifacts await! This is a fun and informative way to see just what the Met has to offer, while challenging your competitive side and getting you moving. Remember, no running in the museum!
    Art Hunt Game at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    1000 5th Ave, New York

    • Get to know the Met during a 2.5 hour art hunt game that will have you moving all throughout one of the most famous museums in the world
    • Check out some of the museum's most famous pieces, including works by Vermeer, Monet, and van Gogh
    • Expand your knowledge of art while having a blast competing against other teams
    • Connect with the Museum in a fun and exciting way
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    The Met Un-Highlights Tour

    Hack The Met for an un-highlights tour! Turn one of New York's most spectacular cultural institutions into a totally unique experience for you and your friends or family! You will be guided through the 2.3 million square feet and 270,000 works of art to see the very best and most intriguing pieces that the Metropolitan Museum of Art has on display. Experience art masterpieces through a completely unique lens designed to bring out wild, crazy, and even scandalous viewpoints that are often overlooked. This is not your average art history lecture. Seamlessly woven into the experience are team building exercises that foster a creative and supportive environment, build a sense of togetherness, and help improve your critical thinking and presentation skills... all within the hallowed walls of New York's greatest cultural institution!
    The Met Un-Highlights Tour

    1000 5th Ave, New York

    • Discover a brand new view of the Met on this intriguing and out of the ordinary tour
    • View art through a unique lens designed to bring out overlooked, wild, and even scandalous viewpoints
    • Enjoy a team building experience that fosters a creative and supportive environment amongst your group
    • Develop a whole new appreciation for one of NYC’s most spectacular cultural institutes
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    70 positive reviews
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    Yum Yum MET Culinary Art Tour

    For those who think that fine art and gourmet cuisine are like peanut butter and jelly, this saliva-inducing MET tour ought to provide plenty of food for thought! Based around works of culinary art, you’ll spend 2 hours touring the museum with an informative guide, viewing works depicting scenes of feasts, sculpted kitchen scenes, kitchen utensils and machinery, and more. As you walk and look, you’ll also learn, hearing food fun facts, anecdotes, and even a few ancient gourmet cooking tips! This is the perfect tour for foodies, or even those just looking to get a unique taste of what the MET has on its menu. It’s sure to leave you starving for more!
    Yum Yum MET Culinary Art Tour

    1000 5th Ave, New York

    • Tour the MET during a 2-hour tour based on arts linked to culinary themes
    • Check out paintings and sculptures depicting feasts, and artifacts from past civilizations
    • Learn about the history of culinary traditions through fun facts and anecdotes
    • Indulge in your love of food during a unique and informative art tour
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    Greenwich Village Jazz Crawl

    Beats, bohemia, and every eclecticism in between, The Village has housed everything from mind-altering poets (literally) to the resurgence of American bohemia. Most importantly, nearly every famous artist within the past century has, at some time, called Greenwich Village home. During this artistic revolution, a jazz transformation occurred in the Village. During the tour, you’ll explore Greenwich Village’s historical jazz clubs such as Cafe Bohemia and Cafe Society and learn their significance. You’ll take in some jazz, seek the Village energy, and enjoy an authentic jazz experience. This is a can’t miss, f’real!
    Greenwich Village Jazz Crawl

    West Village, New York

    • Explore the historical Greenwich Village jazz scene, where famous musicians flourished
    • Learn the history and cultural significance of this Bohemian capital
    • Experience the energy and excitement in Greenwich Village that attracted so many jazz artists, such as Billie Holiday, Charles Mingus and and Art Blakey
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    Bushwick Street Art Tour

    Although relatively unknown, Bushwick Brooklyn is the most exciting neighborhood for street art today with walls featuring the world’s best artists. Take a tour of a neighborhood where real artists live and get down! See over 30 walls from artists like Blek le Rat, Dasic, Nychos, and many more. The tour will be led by a real NYC graffiti artist.
    Bushwick Street Art Tour

    420 Troutman St, Brooklyn

    • The tour will be led by a real NYC graffiti artist.
    • Bushwick is the best street art neighborhood in NYC.
    • Learn the history of the Bushwick Collective
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    Graffiti Tour of Bushwick

    Bring out your inner Banksy! The Brooklyn neighborhood of Bushwick is the most exciting area for street art today, with walls covered with the world's best artists. Check out Bushwick's coolest street art and graffiti and learn about the area from an expert local artist. The Bushwick Collective and curator Joseph Ficalora have put together an outdoor art gallery with an incredible variety, and on this hour-and-a-half walking tour, you'll discover the highlights. Come take a tour in a neighborhood where real artists live and play. Tour the tags and get inspired to throw up your own piece on this exciting tour.
    Graffiti Tour of Bushwick

    420 Troutman St, Brooklyn

    • Let an expert local artist take you around town, teach you about the history of graffiti, and show you the coolest local street art
    • Start with some of the early street artists like Blek Le Rat and Jef Aeroso, who were pioneers in the stencil game in the early 80s
    • Move on to Eelco Virus and Icy and Sot, new school graffiti practitioners like Dasic, Nychos, Rubin, Damien Mitchell, and many more
    • Get inspired with a new appreciation for street art
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    EmptyMet Tour at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Here’s a creative idea. Prowl the Met for 90 minutes during this VIP stroll, and you’ll actually be able to hear yourself think while contemplating the 5,000 history of human ingenuity contained within. You’ll be privy to a guided walk before the doors open for the day. No elbows in your face, no screaming toddlers, and no photo-bombing Swedish tourists. A museum insider will escort you from one masterpiece or artifact to another, offering insights and anecdotes designed to lend context. Each tour is limited to 25 guests to maintain its aura of exclusivity, and afford you the chance to get your questions answered. And when it’s all said and done, exit while passing long lines waiting for their chance to get trampled in the name of sophistication. Sort of paints a pretty picture, no?
    EmptyMet Tour at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    1000 5th Ave, New York

    • Explore the MET before it opens on this exclusive VIP experience
    • Roam vast, empty halls in a small group, led by a professional curator
    • Immerse yourself in over 5,000 years of human history
    • Enjoy a quiet, meditative introduction to NYC’s premier art institute
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    Harlem Juke Joint Tour

    What happens in Harlem after dark should really stay in Harlem... or so we think. What words come to mind when you hear Harlem? Dangerous... far... Globetrotters. Actually, back in the day, Harlem was, and to an extent still is, one of NYC’s jazz hubs. If you’re curious what vintage Harlem nightlife looks like, venture into the neighborhood on this guided tour. You’ll visit at least two unique jazz clubs in the heart of the district, watching some of the finest lineups in the city. Clubs include everything from Prohibition speakeasies to a ‘40s organ bar, and the “Birthplace of Bebop.” If you’re a jazz enthusiast, history buff, or simply just looking for a relaxing night out, this is the perfect tour for you!
    Harlem Juke Joint Tour

    Columbus Circle, New York

    • Visit renown Harlem jazz clubs, steeped with history
    • Learn the stories behind some of these famous venues and historical epicenters
    • Experience a side of Harlem you have never seen before
    • If you’re a musician, maybe even take part in its jazz scene
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    East Village Rock & Punk Tour

    Hey, ho, let’s go... uncover the old punk relics in the East Village. With Rock Junket, you’ll check out the sites and stories of The Ramones, New York Dolls, CBGB’s, Warhol, Zeppelin, and Iggy Pop. Find out where they played, lived, shopped, and formed the history of rock culture. Along the way, you will visit punk favs like CBGB’s, St. Mark’s Hotel, and The Velvet Underground. Hear the stories that led to a punk revolution and an endless supply of ripped, black jeans. This is practically the first course in Rock ‘n Roll High School.
    East Village Rock & Punk Tour

    3rd Ave & E 9th St, New York

    • Check out the sites and stories from the East Village punks like Zeppelin, Warhol, The Ramones, and CBGB’s
    • Visit historical sites like CBGB’s, St. Marks Hotel, and apartments of punk legends
    • Find out where the punks played, lived, shopped, and shot their album covers
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    Big Gay Met

    The Met: bastion of learning, cultural leviathan, and artistic vortex of NYC. . It’s sort of like the pot of gold at the end of the LGBTQ rainbow. Treat yourself to a revelatory stroll as you explore art’s connections to the gay community throughout history. Enjoy insights and anecdotes over the course of two illuminating hours. Celebrate gay artists, and discover hidden connections. Meet others, compete for the best Met dating profile, and pick up some 18th-century courting tips to add to your game. Then, toast with a celebratory glass of wine! It’s going to be pretty fabulous.
    Big Gay Met

    1000 5th Ave, New York

    • Embark on a social group tour designed to out the Met’s gay side
    • Learn about gay artists and hidden connections to the gay community
    • Meet others, compete for the best dating profile, and enjoy a wine toast
    • Educate and entertain your brain during a joyful stroll through history
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    70 positive reviews

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