[WATCH] 360° Video Shows The Charles Engelhard Court Inside the Met Museum

The Charles Engelhard Court is a special section of the Metropolitan Museum of Art which houses sculptures, stained-glass windows, and the former exterior facade of the Museum. In this immersive 360° video from the museum, peek inside the court from all angles.

Come explore the crown jewel of The Met's American Wing in spherical 360° video. Float in mid-air among the sculptures, including cheek-to-cheek with the gilded sculpture of Diana on its tall pedestal. Try tipping your view over the upper balcony's edge to witness the crowd below in time-lapse—all using your mouse, track pad, or smartphone. You can even peek at the easels of two artists at work. Flanked by stunning Tiffany stained-glass windows, The Charles Engelhard Court in The American Wing houses some of the Museum's most iconic sculptures, mosaics, and architectural elements.

If you can't move the view around, you need to use the Google Chrome browser on desktop, or the YouTube App for iOS or Android to move around inside the video.

via The Met

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