Museum Hack, A Subversive Non-Traditional Tour of New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art

Nick Gray's Birthday at The Met

Nick Gray giving a private tour of the Met to celebrate his birthday in December 2012.

Produced by Nick Gray, the newly launched Museum Hack tour of of New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is described as a “highly interactive, subversive, fun,” and “non-traditional.” Gray promises this roughly two hour private group tour will “turn one of New York’s most spectacular cultural institutions into a totally unique experience” and that it will show the “very best and most intriguing that the Metropolitan Museum of Art has on display.” Tickets to this unique tour can be purchased in advance.

This is not a boring art history lecture. What we offer is a fun, group-oriented VIP tour experience. You will be entertained… and learn a bit along the way. We strive to offer a brand new view of the Met, one that you wouldn’t get by simply visiting the museum on your own. Not affiliated or endorsed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art can be intimidating. It sprawls over 2.3 million square feet and 13 acres of Central Park. Filled with some of the world’s greatest masterpieces, the Met is hard to navigate even for the seasoned New York City resident.So we hacked it. Our highlights tour will show you the very best, the most famous, the wild and the sexy… all in about two hours.

photo by Scott Beale