8) The Cloisters
You can’t take a trip to New York without exploring all the Metropolitan Museum of Art has to offer. If you find beauty in architecture, The Cloisters is the branch of the Met that is a must see. It is located in Fort Tryon Park in the northern section of Manhattan. Designed and dedicated to medieval European architecture, The Cloisters offer over two thousand works of art that embody both the domestic and pious elements of medieval Europe. Visitors are offered a variety of options when visiting the Cloisters. While the exhibits change, The Cloisters offer tours that highlight the different artifacts of your choice, gallery talks for guests who are interested in discussing the exhibits with one another, and family programs for guests of all ages. Horticulture enthusiasts will find beauty in the historically accurate gardens located at The Cloisters. Daily tours of the gardens are also available. If your idea of beauty is relics from times passed, The Cloisters is the ideal beautiful New York destination for you.