G = Ground floor. We are on the street, dear. 1000 Fifth Avenue. NY, or New York, dear. Always in Manhattan. The postal code is 10028. If you wanna pick up the phone and call, you should dial the following numbers : 212 – 535 – 7710
1st floor = Entrance and great hall. Welcome, dear, to the MET. Please, buy your tickets. It wont take long. Observe the things around you. What do you see ? Nice ? You re impressed !… i know !
Oh, you bought your tickets ! Great ! Turn around. Breath in. Breath out. Relax. Move to the center. Take a look to the right. And take a look up to the ceiling.
The MET, dear ! Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art …
We re still on the first floor. But lets step outside for a while. We are outside of the building again. The entrance is in the middle.
The right corner of the building -on the first floor- is dedicated to the “Egyptian Art”. “The Arms and Armor” and the “American Wing” are behind. The left corner of the building -on the first floor- is dedicated to the “Greek and Roman Art”. “Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas”, “European Sculpture and decorative Arts”, “Modern and Contemporary Art” are behind.
In the middle is the entrance and the great hall. “The Medieval Art” and the “Robert Lehman Collection” are behind.
Ps 1 : I hope you enjoyed my article, dear friends. There are more to write, since this is a post only for the MET on Fifth Avenue. However, you ll find links in my post in order to click on and to visit the MET Cloisters and the MET Breuer.
Ps 2 : When at NYC, and when at MET, do not forget, to spare a dime and to buy gifts for your family, your friends, and for Thyself ! The Met Store is a wonderful store. You ll find an interesting variety of different kind of things to buy. Especially, you ll find wonderful books. An upcoming article of mine will be on this topic. Until then, though, you may click on the following link to take a look : THE MET STORE