The Great Hall of the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened to the public in 1902 and has served as the main entrance for visitors ever since. The hall is celebrated for its stunning features, and expert craftsmanship. In this immersive 360° video from the museum, see the Great Hall from all angles.
Architect Richard Morris Hunt designed this majestic space in 1902. He never could have imagined that today the Museum's main entry greets more than six million visitors a year. Now you can experience its Neoclassical grandeur in a way no one ever has before. Come explore not just behind the scenes, but everywhere in 360°. This video lets you soar past the colonnades, up toward the oculus in the ceiling, and cast a look down over the Grand Staircase and balcony. Aren't you curious who creates those colossal flower arrangements when you're still asleep?
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