Lucy Liu held hands with her son here to promote “Culture at any age @metropolotanmuseum” in March 2017.
On Super Bowl Sunday in February 2017, Sarah Michelle Gellar checked out the Met’s Masterworks: Unpacking Fashion exhibit and said, “My kind of football fashion” when she came across Tom Ford‘s sequined jersey-inspired dresses.
Alicia Keys “saw this MIND EXPANDING #kerryhamesmarshall exhibit” during a January 2017 “#datenight” here and said, “Wooooooow!!”
Rose McGowan stood “In front of the Psycho house” on the roof of “#themet” in September 2016.
“Spent my last day in NYC at the Met” is what Nolan Gould said in August 2016 and added, “See you soon New York.”
Whitney Port made this wish while at Metropolitan Museum of Art in August 2016: “NOT at the #metgala. Maybe next year.”
While staring down a dress with a super long train, Debra Messing shared, “At the Met-i jokingly told my dad, ‘I can’t believe you didn’t get me a train like that for my wedding’ . . . He reminded me that he had nothing to do with my wedding planning and was merely a guest. #oy.”
Miranda Cosgrove “Made some friends at the MET” and posed for a pic with them on the museum’s famous steps in April 2016.
While at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in December 2015,Lauren Parsekian called the “Boatmen of Barcelona” by Dionisio Baixeras y Verdaguer “One of the most beautiful paintings I have ever seen,” adding, “You can feel the light.”
Uzo Aduba admired a statue that embodied “African Beauty” when she wandered around the Metropolitan Museum of Art in August 2015.
Jamie Chung enjoyed “#mykindofday” in July 2015 — “The Met, hot dogs, a stroll thru Central Park and a quick stop at Bergdorf Goodman.”
Kelly Rutherford and her kids spent some time together at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in July 2015.
Debra Messing played chaperone for her son’s class when they had a “SCAVENGER HUNT IN THE MET” inside the “#Egyptiantomb” in June 2015.
Cheryl Burkehad her “first time at The Met” in December 2014 and enjoyed observing Van Gogh’s work.