[WATCH] 360° Video Shows The Stunning Exterior of The Met Cloisters in Washington Heights

The Cloisters is a special museum in Washington Heights operated by the Metropolitan Museum of Art that houses their collection of medieval Eurpoean art, architecture, and gardens. In this immersive 360° aerial video from the museum, take a peek at the stunning gardens and facade of the Cloisters, which incorporated medieval ruins, windows and artifacts into the actual 1930's-built structure.

Take to the sky to explore the majestic vistas of The Met Cloisters. This branch of the Museum in northern Manhattan’s Fort Tryon Park is dedicated to the art, architecture, and gardens of medieval Europe. Explore 360° views over the city, across the Hudson River, and high above two richly landscaped gardens. Inside, spin around to admire the medieval cloisters that form the core of the historic building, and listen to the resonant chimes from the bell tower, more than 100 feet above ground.

via The Met

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