The Cloisters has been on my radar for a while now. So with a few hours to kill yesterday, I made my way north of Manhattan, like past 190th Street north, to finally see the museum for myself. The Cloisters is situated on a hill that overlooks the Hudson River. It is made up of a combination of art and architecture from medieval Europe. And it was such a pleasant surprise. While the museum is dedicated to showing it's collection of architecture and art from cloisters around the world, I was especially taken by the greenery throughout. All three of the gardens are inspired by poetry, garden documents, and other elements from medieval times and they compliment the space so well.