Lifestyle & Fun
Museum Hack offers unique view of Metropolitan Museum of Art
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Group cheers and power moves are a typical part of Museum Hack's not-so-typical tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Group cheers and power moves are a typical part of Museum Hack's not-so-typical tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Mark Rosen is the Creative Director and Lead Guide at Museum Hack. The small group, VIP tours put a unique spin on the Met, featuring lesser-known works throughout the museum, and alternative sides to the main highlights.
Participants will feel like insiders, like when Mark tells you about the Mona Lisa that hangs at the Met, tucked away in a corner of the museum.
Mark studied museum education, and while he can spend hours here, he knows that people often suffer from museum fatigue. So getting physical (like stopping the tour for a group activity), keeps the oxygen going, and certainly keeps people interested.
With the tours, Mark endeavors to make the Met his own, customizing each one based on the participants. Always promised, however, is an active, fun, and engaging session.
Get more information, and purchase tickets at: http://www.museumhack.com/
metropolitan museum of art, lifestyle & fun, lauren glassberg
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