Patrick Bringley knows the Metropolitan Museum of Art like the back of his hand. From the serpentine backstage passageways to the pubic galleries brimming with priceless treasures, he spent a decade wandering the halls as a guard. Now, Bringley, author of the forthcoming memoir All the Beauty in the World, is sharing an unseen world of fascinating art, interesting characters, and untold secrets with Untapped New York tourgoers. In our newest tour, Secrets of the Met Museum, Bringley will guide you to the most intriguing artifacts he’s found for a new perspective on this iconic New York City institution. New dates have just been added to this tour, which sold out on its debut! Grab your tickets now to join Bringley on December 31st, January 15th, and January 28th for a special Metropolitan Museum tour!

Tour guide Patrick Bringley points to architectural features  on a Metropolitan Museum tour

On this unique walking tour, you will explore the iconic and world-renowned Met museum from the perspective of someone with intimate and first-hand knowledge of its inner workings. As you stop to observe different objects in the Museum’s collection, you’ll be regaled with insider stories and lesser-know facts. Highlights of this Metropolitan Museum tour include a once-stolen Greek statue, the tooth of Mary Magdalen, and more!

Secrets of the Met Museum Tour

Whether you are a devoted museum member or are visiting the Met for the first time, whether you’re a history buff or an art lover, you are sure to learn, see, and experience something new and extraordinary on this brand-new Metropolitan Museum tour. Grab your ticket now for newly added winter dates that are sure to sell quickly!

Secrets of the Met Museum

Grand entrance to the Met museum

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